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BBC News
Ireland's abortion laws: Rose of Tralee becomes latest battleground in divisive debatethe 8th' campaign mural in Dublin In 2012, 31-year-old Savita Halappavnavar di
Ireland's abortion laws: Rose of Tralee becomes latest battleground in divisive debate
BBC News / Posted 7 hours ago
the 8th' campaign mural in Dublin In 2012, 31-year-old Savita Halappavnavar died after being refused an abortion at a Galway hospital. Following her death, an amendment to the law allowed for abortion when the life of the mother is in... Read more
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The North West Star
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
The North West Star / Posted 8 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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The Courier
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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The Young Witness
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
The Young Witness / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Ireland MFC: Three-in-a-row chasing Kerry send Lilywhites packing0-10 after the Kingdom outscored the Leinster champions by 2-15 to 0-3 in the s
Ireland MFC: Three-in-a-row chasing Kerry send Lilywhites packing
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 9 hours ago
0-10 after the Kingdom outscored the Leinster champions by 2-15 to 0-3 in the second-half to set up a final date with Galway on the third Sunday in September. The Brendan Hackett managed Kildare enjoyed a bright start with Jimmy Hyland... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Clifford turns focus to finalscoring machine David Clifford is looking forward to a 'massive three weeks' ah
Clifford turns focus to final
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 9 hours ago
scoring machine David Clifford is looking forward to a 'massive three weeks' ahead of their All-Ireland final date with Galway. The number 13 clocked up eight points against Kildare into today's comfortable semi-final victory and, afterwards,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Manning River Times
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Manning River Times / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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RTE News
Kerry hammer Lilywhites en route to minor deciderwhile David Shaw's 1-03 tally was significant too as Peter Keane's side cruised
Kerry hammer Lilywhites en route to minor decider
RTE News / Posted 9 hours ago
while David Shaw's 1-03 tally was significant too as Peter Keane's side cruised through to the final. They will play Galway in an intriguing decider on 18 September and will hope their strong form continues having won every game in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Adventure tourism in Irelandand swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures wit
Adventure tourism in Ireland
The Border Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
and swimming) and kayaking on coastal lakes. I begin my coastal adventures with a kayaking trip in the seaside city of Galway, nicknamed the "Venice of the West" by WB Yeats for its network of waterways. Guided by local Jim Morrissey, a... Read more
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Sporting Life
Irish Eyes: Trust in-form Weldclassy meeting at the Curragh. The first of his three runners, Eziyra, was deep
Irish Eyes: Trust in-form Weld
Sporting Life / Posted 13 hours ago
classy meeting at the Curragh. The first of his three runners, Eziyra, was deeply impressive when slamming Hydrangea at Galway, despite a poor draw on that occasion. She did, rather ominously, swish her tail once she hit the front but as it was... Read more
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Daily Record
Festival brings redheads together as they go go nuts for ginger hair31-year-old admitted he loved being part of a festival where red rules. As he s
Festival brings redheads together as they go go nuts for ginger hair
Daily Record / Posted 15 hours ago
31-year-old admitted he loved being part of a festival where red rules. As he stood with the lovely Terrins family from Galway, holding seven-month-old Philomena in his arms, he said: “This event is such a positive thing for all redheads. There... Read more
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Irish Examiner
McDonald’s opposes Supermac’s overseas expansion plans againis to attempt to frustrate Supermac’s expansion plans into Europe for a second
McDonald’s opposes Supermac’s overseas expansion plans again
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 hours ago
is to attempt to frustrate Supermac’s expansion plans into Europe for a second time after formally objecting to the Galway firm using the Supermac’s logo to sell its curry chips, snack box, and other fast food in the EU outside... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Good day for Galway champions27 August 2016 The Corofin team before the national anthem. Corofin and Sarsf
Good day for Galway champions
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
27 August 2016 The Corofin team before the national anthem. Corofin and Sarsfields remain on course to retain their respective Galway SFC and SHC titles. Four-in-a-row chasing Corofin defeated An Cheathru by 1-14 to... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Underage treble for Cork hurlinghalf. Meanwhile, the Rebels' U16 hurlers just missed out on another double at
Underage treble for Cork hurling
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
half. Meanwhile, the Rebels' U16 hurlers just missed out on another double at the Arrabawn tournament. They accounted for Galway by 2-8 to 1-8 in the 'A' final, but succumbed to the host county by 1-7 to 3-14 in the 'B' John Doyle final. In the... Read more
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RTE News
'Confused' Fitzgerald unsure of Clare futurefifth year at the Banner helm came to a disappointing end when they fell to a 2
'Confused' Fitzgerald unsure of Clare future
RTE News / Posted yesterday
fifth year at the Banner helm came to a disappointing end when they fell to a 2-07 to 0-17 defeat to Galway in the All-Ireland quarter-finals: the third successive year they've failed to make it to Croke Park for the business... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Davy Fitz' won't be watching hurling finalhurling final27 August 2016 Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald on the sideline duri
Davy Fitz' won't be watching hurling final
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
hurling final27 August 2016 Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald on the sideline during the All-Ireland SHC quarter-final against Galway at Semple Stadium, Thurles. Davy Fitzgerald says watching next Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final would be too... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Vandals did 'doughnuts' on Kinvara pitch27 August 2016 A GAA club in Galway has been left reeling after one of its pit
Vandals did 'doughnuts' on Kinvara pitch
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
27 August 2016 A GAA club in Galway has been left reeling after one of its pitches was damaged by vandals. Kinvara club members were shocked to discover last Sunday morning tyre track marks on the training... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
No rest for St. Eunan's dual playersBrian McIntyre, Kevin Kealy and Niall O’Donnell – who captained the Donegal min
No rest for St. Eunan's dual players
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
Brian McIntyre, Kevin Kealy and Niall O’Donnell – who captained the Donegal minors in their All-Ireland semi-final loss to Galway last Sunday – facing a hectic weekend. Incidentally, St. Eunan's lost last night's SHC semi-final by 3-10 to 3-13 to... Read more
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RTE News
The jury have spoken: Dublin to march onwill emerge from Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final to face Mayo in the d
The jury have spoken: Dublin to march on
RTE News / Posted yesterday
will emerge from Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final to face Mayo in the decider in three weeks' time. Ray Silke - Galway All-Ireland winning captain 1998 "I think Dublin's superior fitness and greater mobility will see them get over the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Furniture mover saved Galway woman’s life with CPRleft, surrounded by her family. On the first anniversary of her near-death exp
Furniture mover saved Galway woman’s life with CPR
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
left, surrounded by her family. On the first anniversary of her near-death experience, the family of Ita Winston, from Galway, said they will be forever grateful to Emmet O’Sullivan for saving her life. Ita’s husband, Barney, said if it wasn’t... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why I secretly photographed GAA pitches for seven yearsInis Oirr, Co Galway: Carroll found himself ferry-hopping between islands. He h
Why I secretly photographed GAA pitches for seven years
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Inis Oirr, Co Galway: Carroll found himself ferry-hopping between islands. He had been to Inis Oírr and was told a game was taking place on neighbouring Inis Meáin. It wasn’t so he returned to the smaller island and got the shot. The boys with the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why I secretly photographed GAA pitches for seven yearscan stand up on the bank and look down on the field and get the mountain and wa
Why I secretly photographed GAA pitches for seven years
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
can stand up on the bank and look down on the field and get the mountain and water and the game in, too.” Inis Oirr, Co Galway: Carroll found himself ferry-hopping between islands. He had been to Inis Oírr and was told a game was taking place on... Read more
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The Irish Times
State seeks adviser to help boost midlands tourismarea, generally referred to in tourism marketing circles as “Ireland’s Lakeland
State seeks adviser to help boost midlands tourism
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
area, generally referred to in tourism marketing circles as “Ireland’s Lakelands” district, takes in parts of east Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, much of north Tipperary, and runs down as far as the northern reaches of Cork. Marketing... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘You can’t replace family so we’re moving home to Ireland from Perth’guys that the Irish fellas will turn up for work every single day without fail,
‘You can’t replace family so we’re moving home to Ireland from Perth’
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
guys that the Irish fellas will turn up for work every single day without fail, they won’t let me down. I am going back to Galway, and the price of accommodation is a big concern. Prices have gone up so much. It will cost us about €1,300 for a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Wandering Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way by Paul Clementswords native to that place. The roads less travelled are few on this well-trodd
Wandering Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way by Paul Clements
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
words native to that place. The roads less travelled are few on this well-trodden route, but the Doorus Peninsula in south Galway and Leitrim’s little coastline of 4km do pique the reader’s interest. Clements’s journey is also a coffee odyssey; the... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Patriots recover to defeat Gloversvillewith a 60. Jeff Schmitt carded a 61 and Cormac Marz shot a 67 to account for D
Patriots recover to defeat Gloversville
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
with a 60. Jeff Schmitt carded a 61 and Cormac Marz shot a 67 to account for Duanesburg's team scoring. Fort Plain 11.5, Galway 3.5 GALWAY - Galway's Ryan Lovelass earned medalist honors with his round of 42 but it was not enough as Fort Plain... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘You can’t replace family so we’re moving home from Perth’guys that the Irish fellas will turn up for work every single day without fail,
‘You can’t replace family so we’re moving home from Perth’
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
guys that the Irish fellas will turn up for work every single day without fail, they won’t let me down. I am going back to Galway, and the price of accommodation is a big concern. Prices have gone up so much. It will cost us about €1,300 for a... Read more
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RTE News
At a glance: Championship weekendSEMI-FINAL Kildare v Kerry The action at Croke Park gets under way with Kilda
At a glance: Championship weekend
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
SEMI-FINAL Kildare v Kerry The action at Croke Park gets under way with Kildare and Kerry meeting for the right to face Galway in the minor decider. All-Ireland champions Kerry, after defeating Cork by six points in the Munster final, were then... Read more
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The Irish Times
Going out: the best of what’s on this weekendpunk (Trouble Pilgrim) and graceful Americana-hued rock (The Drays). Tunes In
Going out: the best of what’s on this weekend
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
punk (Trouble Pilgrim) and graceful Americana-hued rock (The Drays). Tunes In The ChurchSt Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Galway, Fri-Mon, 8pm, €15 tunesinthechurch.com Solo harper Kathleen Loughnane kicks off the final weekend of concerts... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dorothy Molloy: ‘a powerful statement of self-worth in being in the world at large’During the early 1970s I used to spend a lot of time on the CIE coach between G
Dorothy Molloy: ‘a powerful statement of self-worth in being in the world at large’
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
During the early 1970s I used to spend a lot of time on the CIE coach between Galway and Ballina as my girl was from the town. Occasionally I travelled by train from Athlone via the mysteriously named Manulla Junction. Ballina intrigued me.... Read more
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Farming Life
It’s been a good year for the apples and the McKeevers at Long Meadow Ciderwhen launched at this year’s Balmoral Show in May and at the Clogher Valley Sho
It’s been a good year for the apples and the McKeevers at Long Meadow Cider
Farming Life / Posted 2 days ago
when launched at this year’s Balmoral Show in May and at the Clogher Valley Show in July the family was presented with a Galway Crystal Vase by the Duchess of Gloucester for having the most attractive display in the Food Hall. “It’s been a... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Molloy wary of Waterford26 August 2016 Dublin's Jake Malone with Brian Molloy of Galway. Galway capta
Molloy wary of Waterford
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
26 August 2016 Dublin's Jake Malone with Brian Molloy of Galway. Galway captain Brian Molloy knows that they will have to be at their best to defeat Waterford in the All-Ireland U21 HC final. The teams meet at Semple... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Allen calls for league overhaulenough games, doesn’t give managers much scope for experimentation and is total
Allen calls for league overhaul
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
enough games, doesn’t give managers much scope for experimentation and is totally stacked in favour of the top six. "Galway and Limerick have promised intermittently. All the rest, however, are out in the cold. As it stands too many counties... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Referees confirmed for All-Ireland camogie finalscamogie finals26 August 2016 Cork players stand for the national anthem before
Referees confirmed for All-Ireland camogie finals
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
camogie finals26 August 2016 Cork players stand for the national anthem before the 2015 All-Ireland camogie final against Galway. The referees for the 2016 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals have now been confirmed. Armagh,... Read more
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Limerick Post
Bruff is living the teenagers' dream #Bruff #Limerick #Munster #Rugbyand this is very worrying. “We have a great under 18 team but they’ll go to th
Bruff is living the teenagers' dream #Bruff #Limerick #Munster #Rugby
Limerick Post / Posted 2 days ago
and this is very worrying. “We have a great under 18 team but they’ll go to the third level in either Waterford, Cork, Galway or Dublin and take a job wherever they can. “Education comes first so it’s a difficult cycle but again you can’t... Read more
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Irish Central
Thirty-two years of heinous crimes in 19th century Ireland go onlinemurder of Seán Seoighe (John Joyce), his wife, mother and two of his children i
Thirty-two years of heinous crimes in 19th century Ireland go online
Irish Central / Posted 2 days ago
murder of Seán Seoighe (John Joyce), his wife, mother and two of his children in the small Maamtrasna townland on the Mayo/Galway border is a crime that has echoed through the decades and is still very much in the minds of those who live there... Read more
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Irish Central
Notre Dame announce Kylemore Abbey will be a new Irish campusNotre Dame’s new Education Center at Kylemore Abbey, in Connemara, County Galwa
Notre Dame announce Kylemore Abbey will be a new Irish campus
Irish Central / Posted 2 days ago
Notre Dame’s new Education Center at Kylemore Abbey, in Connemara, County Galway, has been officially opened by Provost Thomas Burish. The Notre Dame Center at Kylemore’s mission is to cultivate academic excellence, facilitate faith formation and... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Gleeson keen to make historyfacile win over Antrim in the semi-final last weekend has earned the Decies a p
Gleeson keen to make history
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
facile win over Antrim in the semi-final last weekend has earned the Decies a place in the final where they will now face Galway. Three years ago, this side lifted the All-Ireland MHC title and now they are just sixty minutes away from glory... Read more
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RTE News
Cork hope to end winless streak against Longfordfor Champions League group stage football but they will need to arrest a slump
Cork hope to end winless streak against Longford
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
for Champions League group stage football but they will need to arrest a slump that has seen them beaten by both Bray and Galway on the home front. The Louth side, however, still remain three points clear at the top of the table with Derry City... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bon Secours healthcare to take over Barrington’s for €15mSecours is the bigger of the two companies. It runs private hospitals and healt
Bon Secours healthcare to take over Barrington’s for €15m
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
Secours is the bigger of the two companies. It runs private hospitals and healthcare facilities in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Tralee and Limerick. Its latest accounts show that its operations generated a €1.9 million surplus in 2014, almost... Read more
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Herald.ie
'Europe is not a holiday for us'was such a novelty with Rovers that year, us being in the Europa League group s
'Europe is not a holiday for us'
Herald.ie / Posted 2 days ago
was such a novelty with Rovers that year, us being in the Europa League group stages, that anything was a bonus," added the Galway native. "We only spoke about this last week, it (2011) was all new to us as players, that a group of Irish players... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Call to strengthen legislation as 47,000 Irish homes owned by vulture fundsestimates that more than 13,000 properties in Dublin are owned by vulture funds
Call to strengthen legislation as 47,000 Irish homes owned by vulture funds
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
estimates that more than 13,000 properties in Dublin are owned by vulture funds, while more than 2,500 properties in Galway may be owned by such funds. It said its ‘vulture shock’ campaign was being launched as the Central Bank indicated... Read more
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The Washington Times
‘Batman’ enters Guinness World Records: Julian Checkley’s costume has 23 functioning gadgetsa functional Batman suit straight out of the Caped Crusader’s video game. Juli
‘Batman’ enters Guinness World Records: Julian Checkley’s costume has 23 functioning gadgets
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
a functional Batman suit straight out of the Caped Crusader’s video game. Julian Checkley, a special effects expert from Galway, Ireland, will appear in “The Guinness World Records 2017: Gamer’s Edition” for creating a one-of-a-kind costume. His... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Firestone celebrates 80 yearsthe test of time and remains an institution in Woodstock’s industrial sector.
Firestone celebrates 80 years
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 3 days ago
the test of time and remains an institution in Woodstock’s industrial sector. “It’s a very significant achievement,” Bob Galway, general manager of the Woodstok Firestone plant, said. “It goes with all manufacturing in Ontario and North America,... Read more
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