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Trill calls on Maroon Army support

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Determined to extend their perfect start to the season, manager Phil Trill has demanded home support for Galway United Women against Bohemians. The game is this Saturday, April 13 at 5pm in Eamonn Deacy Park.

Monday blues for United v Bohs

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The new season is only eight games old, but it can already be neatly split into two categories. Against the Dublin teams, Galway United have lost four from four. Against the rest, they are unbeaten with ten points to show for their considerable efforts.

Portiuncula Hospital and CHW formally launch ‘Patient Communications Passport’

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Portiuncula University Hospital (PUH) and Community Healthcare West (Galway, Mayo and Roscommon) are delighted to introduce the new ‘Getting to know what matters to me’ Communication Passport for people living with dementia.

More gongs for DADS before Town Hall premiere

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The Dunmore Amateur Dramatic Society is cleaning up at competitive theatre festivals around Ireland with performances of Brian Friel’s ‘Faith Healer’ to be showcased in Galway’s Townhall Theatre next week.

Three wins on the trot for United Women

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From his appointment, Galway United Women’s manager Phil Trill has always struck a confident and optimistic tone. Yet, he could scarcely be any other way after three wins from as many matches to start this season.

Galway Ladies enter relegation dogfight

Galway pushed champions Kerry all the way in this Lidl NFL Division 1 contest, played in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney.

Renowned country singer Susan McCann announces April Tuar Ard concert date

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After a hugely successful concert tour in 2022 and not being able to tour in 2023 due to overcoming health issues, Susan McCann is delighted to be bringing her own concert tour back on the road this year, with a live date taking place in Tuar Ard Arts Centre Moate on April 4.

New communication passport to help people with dementia introduced in the west

A new initiative, designed to reduce communication barriers for people with dementia when accessing health services, has been introduced locally.

Free talk on radical Seventies theatre in Galway

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Controversial Scottish agitprop theatre troupe 7:84 visited Galway in 1974 and left a lasting impression on the city and its nascent arts scene.

Paint like a pro - what to consider when choosing exterior paint colours

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Bryan Mulledy - Manager, Pat McDonnell Paints Athlone


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