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Best of luck to our Junior A girls as they travel to London this weekend to take on Fulham Irish in the Junior A All Ireland Quarter Finals on Saturday. Congratulations to our 2011 U14 team who have been selected as  ‘Team of the Year’ in the Galway Bay FM Sports Awards for 2011.  The Awards ceremony will take place… Read more »

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Claregalway Neighbourhood Watch is being launched by the Claregalway Community Development Association Venue is Claregalway Hotel Date – 7th November 2011 Time – 8.30pm Speakers include: Garda Pat Flanagan – Galway Crime Prevention Officer

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From a correspondent- Absence of a proper sewage treatment plant and disposal facility in Claregalway or any evidence of actions to deliver same is a matter of major import. It is now 18 months since Ryan Hanly published their report on flooding on the Clare river. In particular, in Section 6.4.1. on Human Health they… Read more »

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CLAREGALWAY-based company Team BDS has secured a major international framework agreement that will see them provide innovation and lean management support to over 200 businesses in Britain. Team BDS, who have their head office in Claregalway, have just been awarded the three-year contract by the Scottish government’s economic development agency.

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Congratulations to our Junior A Ladies who had an outstanding win over Sligo champions Cloonacool/Tubbercurry in Kiltimagh on Sunday last. Right across the Field, every player played magnificently with Claregalway opening the score with a goal after just 36 seconds. This set the tone for a very convincing first half performace which finished Claregalway 2-13 to 0-4 …. Read more »

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Operators vow to fight on but absence of commercial airline leaves a massive hole By Dara Bradley, Connacht Tribune. Aer Arann delivered a hammer blow to beleaguered Galway Airport yesterday when the airline announced it was withdrawing its services from Carnmore, effectively closing the commercial element of the facility and putting scores of jobs at… Read more »

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Dear Editor, The 7 Presidential Candidates have either got the Nomination of their Political Parties or have got the nomination or 4 Councils. This is no easy achievement so it is quite disturbing to see those people being the subject of tabloid journalism. Each of the 7 candidates have given to the community over many… Read more »

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R.I.P. Mary Mannion (née O’Loughlin), Lydican, Oranmore, Co Galway. Peacefully, surrounded by her family. Beloved wife of John and loving mother of Maria, Sean and Eamon; sadly missed by her loving husband and children, her brother Patrick, sister Kathleen, mother-in-law Nellie, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephew, nieces, grandnephews and grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and many sincere friends. Reposing… Read more »

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Fine Gael Seanad spokesperson on Social Protection, Fidelma Healy Eames, has proposed an innovative new approach that increases support for parents and simultaneously saves the State millions of Euro. By diverting a portion of monies spent on the Back to School Allowance (BTSA) and investing it in a School Book Rental Scheme, parents in receipt… Read more »

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Active in Age – Getting to know your local organisations and seryices! Venue: Respond Housing, The Old Convent, Ard na Mara, Oranmore Date: Thursday, October  20th Time: 11am-2pm

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TWO of the three Romanians, charged last week with handling items stolen from graves in Lackagh cemetery, were remanded to appear again next Wednesday when they appeared before Galway District Court yesterday. Last Thursday, Crisa Rostas (30) and Marian Lingurar (35), of Loughgeorge, Claregalway, were refused bail, while a third (16), who cannot be named… Read more »

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