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Climate crisis plans never as relevant — Galway Energy Summit to hear tomorrow

Delegates from more than 20 countries attending the second Galway Energy Summit which is being held in the city tomorrow (Friday) will hear that discussions on carbon emissions and the climate crisis were never as necessary as they are now.

Buccaneers host mixed ability rugby event

It may be the off-season for rugby but Buccaneers Rugby Football Club is busy preparing to host an All-Ireland Mixed Ability Rugby tournament at Dubarry Park on Saturday, June 10.

Plans for Coole Park Visitor Centre about to go to tender

Plans to redevelop the Coole Park Visitor Centre are about to go to tender, with plans well advanced to create a state of the art visitor experience at the South Galway location.

Galway rack up massive score in one-sided clash in Mullingar

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Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Galway Wind Park to host climate-smart EU rewilding project

Galway Wind Park has been chosen as one of eight sites across Europe to host an ambitious new €8.5 million rewilding project which aims to find solutions to the threats caused by climate change and biodiversity loss.

Connacht sign off home season and Friend's tenure on Saturday

The penultimate URC round before knock-out rugby already as a cup final feel about it.

Westmeath senior footballers conclude league campaign with win over Premier County


Cunningham comes good for Celtic

Mark Cunningham provided the heroics for Castlebar Celtic in the Calor Gas Super Cup last weekend when he grabbed a last gasp winner for the Hoops' against Ballyheane in Celtic Park.

Buccaneers host fellow promotion contenders Highfield in crucial AIL Division 1B fixture

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Buccaneers take on fellow promotion contenders Highfield in their penultimate Energia All-Ireland League Division 1B home fixture at Dubarry Park on Saturday.

ALDI spent €20 million with Galway food and drink producers in 2022

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ALDI Ireland has announced details of its continued significant contribution to Galway’s economy and the impact of its charity partnerships across the county. In its annual ALDI Economic Impact Report published today, the company said it paid €7.5 million in wages and salaries last year and opened two new stores in Tuam and Mountbellew.


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