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The death has occurred of Bernadette Holland (née Moylan), School Road, Oranmore, Galway / Claregalway, Galway (Peacefully in the loving care of the staff of Galway Hospice); Beloved wife of Brendan and cherished mother to Ruth, Jonathan and Jamie, Sadly missed by her family, sisters Carmel, Mary, Frances, Teresa, Annemarie and Fiona, mother in law Monica, in-laws, uncle,… Read more »

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It’s exciting times for Claregalway’s Educate Together school which has increased in numbers from 29 when it opened in 2005 to over 150 now and with a waiting list for places. And there was egg-citement in the school last week as two chickens were hatched in an incubator in the senior infants and first class… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Una Kerrigan, Caherlea, Claregalway, Galway (unexpectedly); Daughter of the late Michael and Mary Kerrigan. Beloved sister of Nora, Bridget, Mary, Anne, Kate, Martin, Paddy and John. Sadly missed by her family, in-laws, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, relatives, neighbours and friends. Rest in Peace Remains reposing at Síoraíocht in the grounds of the Church… Read more »

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Claregalway woman Eileen Crowe Lynch is on the homestretch of her epic 1,500m walk along the length of the Wild Atlantic Way, with plans to finish up with a final leg from Spiddal to Carnmore this Sunday. Speaking at the end of an eight-hour jaunt between Leenane to Louisburg on Tuesday, Eileen was optimistic about… Read more »

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Female Entrepreneur is an expression Helen McArdle of Feed the Pulse hadn’t given much thought to over the years—even though she has almost always worked for herself. In 2010 Helen started McArdle catering with her husband, Owen and sons, Glen and Dan. They started to provide healthy meals for the elite sports men and women… Read more »

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Dragons were always synonymous with fire anyway—but the modern version of the mythical beast has now made an investment that will ensure a family firm from Galway has a grate future ahead! That’s after EcoGrate—the Claregalway business owned by Joseph Goodfellow and his daughter Carmel—agreed to a major cash injection from two of the modern-day Dragons after… Read more »

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In just over a decade from now, Salthill will celebrate a century of being one of the best known seaside resorts in Ireland, in the roaring twenties, thousands flocked westward annually to get their taste of Ireland’s Riviera. Walking along the Prom, sampling the fresh sea air, eating ice-creams and partaking in the seaside activities,… Read more »

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Galway’s iconic Pádraic Ó Conaire statue could be making its way back to Eyre Square before the end of the summer. A replica of the popular original statue is currently being completed in the Cast Foundry in Dublin. A final coating is required and it is hoped that the Ó Conaire replica, which is made… Read more »

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The death has occurred of Michael Walsh, Gortatleva, Claregalway, Galway. Sadly missed by his sons Hugh and Brendan, grandchildren Aisling and Senan, daughter-in-law Meg, brother Johnny, sister Mary, in-laws, relatives, neighbours and friends Reposing at his home on Friday evening from 6–8pm. Funeral Mass in the Church of the Assumption and St James’ Claregalway on Saturday at 11am… Read more »

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From thousands of entries, the Budweiser Dream Big campaign is now down to the final four and among them is the only representative from the West of Ireland, Galway actor Eugene Horan. At stake is the ultimate prize, a €50,000 trip to the USA to pursue their dream, along with their Best Bud. Mr Horan… Read more »

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