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Relegation battle looms for Maigh Cuilinn after Griffith College loss

On the week where Maigh Cuilinn native James Connaire was called up to the Irish Senior Men’s squad, his team were unable to overcome a polished Griffith College Éanna outfit who left Galway with a well deserved 65 to 90 road win.

House swapping offering an alternative and cost effective family holiday in 2024


Aspirations abound as Athlone Town prepare for start of new League of Ireland campaign

Aspirations for a positive season will be to the fore in Lissywollen on Friday night as Athlone Town commence their League of Ireland First Division campaign.

Tribesmen hunt Tyrone for first League win

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Galway travel to Tyrone this weekend for round three of the league. Galway's performance two weeks ago against Roscommon was better than the game against Mayo last month. The team will need to raise its standard against the 2021 All-Ireland champions on Sunday.

Immersive education in the heart of the Kerry Gaeltacht

Coláiste Íde is an all-Irish seven-day boarding school for girls situated in the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. The majority of the students enrolled at Coláiste Íde attended English-medium primary schools.

First livestream auction of 2024 for O’Donnellan & Joyce

The countdown is on for the highly anticipated first livestream auction for O’Donnellan & Joyce, happening Friday, February 23 at 12 noon. Brace yourself for an excellent auction catalogue that promises something special for everyone.

Galway look to League opener against Mayo following defeat in the FBD final

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After a disappointing result against Roscommon in the FBD final Galway now face into a league opener against old rivals Mayo in Pearse stadium this coming Sunday at 1.45pm.

Clockworks' ticking timebomb to success

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“The advice might seem obvious: do the thing you talk about you want to do, that is the key,” says James McGregor, singer, songwriter, guitarist and thinker of four-piece rock and rollers The Clockworks.

Aoife Raftery set to create motorsport history in Galway

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Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy driver Aoife Raftery will help create an unusual piece of Irish motorsport history on the Corrib Oil Galway International Rally next month.

Living by the water — new TG4 series meets those who make water a feature of their lives

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As an island nation, we have been building houses by the water for thousands of years, between dramatic cliffs off our coasts, to tranquil lakes in the middle of the country and to the banks of the rivers all around us. ‘Tithe Cois Uisce’ is an 8-part series that follows on from the popular “Tithe Cois Farraige’ series. Each week Síle Nic Chonaonaigh will visit a different location to meet those who have built houses by the water. With a different theme in each episode, between big and small, old and new, ordinary and extraordinary.


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