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United face Shels’ tough test away

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After the mid-season break, Galway United return to action tomorrow night as they travel to league leaders Shelbourne.

Councillors count their blessings in city count centre

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Count centres are like catnip for political reporters: we just can’t resist visiting them. And politicians – usually button-lipped around pol corrs – tend to want to chat about everything under the sun when ballots are being sorted, as the uniquely democratic adrenalin of fear and anticipation courses through their party-political veins.

Galway United are at a crossroads – it’s time for an attacking shakeup

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Winless and goalless in their last three league games, the adrenaline wave of a return to the top-flight has worn off for Galway United. John Caulfield's side have established themselves as one of the toughest defences to face this season. However, in terms of attacking, United leave a lot to be desired. It could be the perfect moment for a reshuffle in attack for Caulfield.

Disappointment for United on Premier Division return

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Galway United’s return to the Premier Division had loomed large in the collective imagination for fans but it was not a night that will live long in the collective memory. Despite a spirited performance, the air of anti-climax was hard to dispel.

United host Wexford in final pre-season game before Premier Division opener

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After a busy pre-season, Galway United are in the final week of preparations for the Premier Division. They will complete their series of friendlies this Saturday when they entertain Wexford FC in Eamonn Deacy Park (Kick-Off 7pm).

Moore & Clonfad Drama Society present latest comedy production ‘The Stations’

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Moore & Clonfad Drama Society have returned to the stage as they continue rehearsals of their postponed 2020 production of ‘The Stations’ a three act comedy by Carole King.

Embracing biodiversity on the Christmas tree farm

The Christmas tree which is the focal point of the festive season has had a very eventful nine or 10 years before reaching your living room.

Be environmentally aware and recycle your used Christmas tree

With the Christmas season in the rear view mirror for another year, for those of you who availed of the opportunity to decorate your home with a real tree the time is nigh to recycle with the environmental benefits firmly to the fore.

Chain gang — City mayors declare support for Galway 2020

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The surviving mayors of Galway city have this week stated their committment to becoming ambassadors for the embattled Galway 2020 project. With less than 50 weeks until the city becomes the official European Capital of Culture, the group of mayors have promised to do all they can to ensure that the project is a resounding success.

 

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