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  The AGM of the Claregalway Ladies GAA Committee which was held on Monday 27th November in Knockdoemore was well attended. Chairman Tony King welcomed all to the Meeting.  Reports were presented to the Meeting from the Officers and all Managers. Again 2017 was a very successful year for the Club, Some of the highlights from… Read more »

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It’s only when you get a few women together that you realise when it comes to raising kids, everybody seems to think that the person next to them is doing a better job than they are! Somewhere between our grandmother’s time and here we’ve captioned child-rearing as being the most important job of all. For… Read more »

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The death has occurred of PETER JOSEPH (PJ) CARROLL LAKE VIEW, Claregalway, Galway / Mohill, Leitrim And formerly of Carrolls Pub, Main Street, Mohill, Co Leitrim. Peacefully at Aras Mhuire, Tuam. Beloved husband of KITTY and father of PETER, SEAMUS, CATHAL, FERGUS, CYRIL and JARLATH. Also, sisters, brother, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives,… Read more »

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The need for traffic calming measures through Claregalway will be reassessed in the New Year, Galway Council has said. Senior engineer Damien Mitchell confirmed plans for traffic calming through the village have been delayed until the impact of the new M17 motorway on traffic patterns is assessed. “Claregalway traffic-calming plans have been put on the… Read more »

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Tuam Herald. SINCE taking over as principal in September, Lorraine Burke has found her new role in Tuam’s Scoil Mhuire to be both exciting and rewarding. A native of Claregalway, Lorraine was a teacher in the primary school for 14 years before becoming principal. “I suppose I was fortunate in that I knew all the… Read more »

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Notice # 1 Claregalway/Carnmore Text Alert service are holding annual re-registration evening on Wednesday 29th November between 8pm & 9pm in the Arches Hotel. The fee remains at €5 to cover administration costs, insurance and on-going cost of texts themselves. New members most welcome, come along and register on the night. AGM will be held… Read more »

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By Anne Byrne Galway Advertiser, Mon, Nov 20, 2017, Galway Advertiser. Regular readers of Gardenwise will know that I’m firm believer in making your garden work all year round and in enjoying it for twelve months of the year. It’s very tempting as the days grow shorter and colder to retreat inside and forget all about… Read more »

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By Francis Farragher, Galway City Tribune. November 17, 2017   Part of the Council-owned lands on Sandy Road. City councillors are set to discuss a motion next week calling for a masterplan to be drawn up for 11 acres which the local authority owns at Sandy Road. If approved, it will set in motion a… Read more »

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          GALWAY RURAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY CLG   Registration Form for Keeping the Community Informed – Community Mailing Lists:   PLEASE COMPLETE ALL QUESTIONS   Local Community Group name:                                                                                                   Name:                                                                                                                                      Role on Committee:                                                                                                                         Numbers on Committee:                                                                                                                Address for Correspondence:                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Telephone                                       … Read more »

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Monday 20 November 20 ‘There’s just too much machinery’: Contractor on how margins are being affected by the rise in competition’ 2Eamonn Burke Ken Whelan 17 2017 3:00 PM Returns are flat on the three strands of Eamonn Burke’s farming enterprise in Galway. He describes tillage as “a complete struggle”; the contracting business is literally… Read more »

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Woman saves newborn baby’s life by performing CPR on kitchen table 3Jonah Murphy (2) needs vital funds to aid his recovery via Jingle Bells for Jonah Facebook Mary McDonnell, Irish Independent. November 18 2017 3:21 PM A YOUNG Galway woman has told how she helped save her baby cousin’s life when, at just 7 weeks… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Denis (Denny) HYNES Barnaboy, Turloughmore, Galway Denis (Denny) Hynes, Barnaboy, Turloughmore, Co. Galway. November 18th, 2017.   Devoted husband of Mary. Passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family. He was the best father to his heartbroken children Tom, John, Chris and Rose. Sadly missed by his loving family, sons-in-… Read more »

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