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Galway FC on the cusp of promotion tomorrow
Having staged a dramatic late recovery mission at the UCD Bowl on Monday evening to accumulate a 2-1 SSE Airtricity League promotion/relegation play/off advantage, Galway FC will be hoping to claim top flight status in front of a bumper Eamonn Deacy Park crowd tomorrow.
Brothers in victory
There was no denying the joy of the Ballyhaunis players and supporters at the final whistle in Tooreen on Sunday. Keith Higgins and his brother Pierce were two of the vital cogs in Ballyhaunis' victory and both were bursting with emotion after the game. Keith who played a huge role in the clubs success in the intermediate football final the previous weekend looking back on the last seven days said, “It's been some two weekends not just for the players but for the supporters, they were behind us every step of the way, not just the hurlers but the footballers too.”
Husband and wife team launch online shopping business
An innovative, new website, developed by a husband and wife team from Mayo, is aiming to help local businesses reach the growing number of people who are shopping online.
The future is bright, but it is still going to be tough
Just over 12 hours after he addressed the nation in a live Sunday evening (December 16) broadcast on Ireland’s exit from the Troika bailout, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, was back at his desk in his constituency office on Tucker Street in Castlebar. His familiar voice could be heard outside the door of the office as he chatted to old school friends and passers-by as he arrived to the door of the office, ready for another full day of engagements on his home turf. After 38 years in national politics, the Islandeady native is heading into his third Christmas as leader of the country and is very positive about the future for Ireland in the coming years.
Nolan calls for new jobs policy to target long-term unemployed
The number of people in Galway who are long-term unemployed has risen and more needs to be done to provide jobs for people in this situation.
Nolan urges more funding for mental health services for young people
Many young people across Galway struggle with mental health issues daily and there needs to be stream-lined, responsible, and dependable services to which they can turn.
Don’t fight change
Now that we have settled into 2013 many of us will have taken a long, hard look at the year gone past and how it impacted on our lives.
Thirty five new jobs created in the City Bin Company following a €15 million investment
Award-winning waste collection operators, the City Bin Co., recently confirmed the creation of 35 new jobs within Dublin and Galway regions. This decision will come into effect over the next few months and follows significant investment from averda – the largest private environmental solutions provider in the Middle East - the Gulf co-operation council, and North Africa.
Donnellan hopeful of playing his part
It has been a very productive and eventful season thus far for Galway wing-forward Cyril Donnellan. The Pearses man has been in scintillating form in the past few months and has played a key role in getting the county to the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final.
Hanley wants league final trip to Croke Park
Galway team captain and experienced full-back Finian Hanley is hopeful of victory this Sunday over Kildare and an opportunity to take on Tyrone in Croke Park in three weeks in the league final.