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Apr 17, 2021

Crews complete repairs to second burst watermain in Kiltimagh

Crews have completed repairs to a burst watermain in Kiltimagh. The second burst in the area in 24 hours affected supply to approximately 50 houses in the Treankeel area. The works were expected to be completed by 4pm this afternoon, and full supply has now…
Apr 17, 2021

Four more deaths from Covid-19 & 420 new cases

420 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed along with four more patient deaths. The National Public Health Emergency Team says all of the deaths happened this month. 183 covid 19 patients are in hospital, of which 50 are in intensive care. Seven more…
Apr 17, 2021

Galway historian wins SAOL Project's Irish Women of the Year award 2021

Galway native Catherine Corless has won the SAOL Project’s Irish Women of the Year award 2021. The East Galway historian is best known for her work in compiling information concerning the deaths of children at the Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam.…
Apr 17, 2021

Man released without charge following seizure of firearms in Mayo

A man arrested following the production of a firearm in Swinford on Wednesday has been released without charge. Gardaí from the Claremorris Community Engagement area, the Mayo Crime Unit, and the armed support unit carried out a search of a property in…
Apr 17, 2021

INHFA say farmers will be the 'big losers' in climate change and biodiversity proposals

There is “a real danger that farmers will once again be the big losers” in the push by politicians and NGO’s to embrace ambitious proposals to increase biodiversity and address climate change through designated land policy. That's the view of the Irish Natura…
Apr 17, 2021

Galway fashion outlet threatens reopening to stand against alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules by larger retailers

A fashion retailer in Galway City is reluctantly threatening to reopen its doors in the coming weeks to highlight the “grossly unfair” situation caused by larger retailers allegedly breaking Covid-19 rules. The owners of Lanidor on Eyre Street say they’re…

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Apr 17, 2021

Sligo Rovers earn maximum points in North-West Derby

Johnny Kenny’s first senior goal has given Sligo Rovers a third win of the season. Rovers overcame neighbours Finn Harps by a goal to nil this evening to move level on points with Shamrock Rovers and St. Patrick’s Athletic at the top of the table. Next up for…
Apr 17, 2021

Galway WFC suffer first defeat of the season

Goals from Kate Mooney and Katie Malone were enough for DLR Waves to take all three points in UCD this evening against Galway. Rachel Kearns scored a header to equalise with ten minutes to go but DLR responded in the final few minutes to take the spoils.
Apr 17, 2021

Ireland suffer defeat to France in the Women's Six Nations

Ireland have been beaten by 56 points to 15 in their Women's Six Nations in association with Guinness game today. Valerie Wheeler was at Energia Park.
Apr 16, 2021

Late Galway United goal earns them a point at home to Treaty United

An injury time Wilson Waweru goal salvaged a 1-1 draw for Galway at home to Treaty United. The visitors went ahead after 18 minutes through Ed McCarthy but the Tribesmen battled hard throughout and got their just reward in the third minute of injury time to…
Apr 16, 2021

Galway WFC looking to continue fine form away to DLR Waves tomorrow

Galway WFC who sit second in the Women’s National League travel to DLR Waves for a 6pm kick-off tomorrow. After a win and a draw Galway have managed three goals in each of those opening two fixtures. Mayo native Rachel Kearns has been the start performer…
Apr 16, 2021

Hotel quarantine exemption for elite athletes now signed into law

Elite and professional athletes can now be granted exemptions from hotel quarantine on arrival into Ireland. There had been uncertainty about this week's Women's Six Nations rugby clash between Ireland and France but that game will now go ahead at Donnybrook…

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 Below is a copy of the Homily that Fr. Terence Harrington gave on the Sunday Morning Mass broadcast on Sunday January 20th. The Homily deals with the power of the tongue to speak good or speak evil. That's followed by a reflection he gave at the end of mass on the subject of grief.

 

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