Knock to consider running flights from Galway Airport

A radical proposal has been put forward for the resumption of flights in and out of the closed Galway Airport – by the rival Knock Airport. Management at the Mayo facility said yesterday that they were willing to enter discussions with the owners of Galway Airport about the possibility. Passenger services were…

50 staff back to work as city centre hotel reopens

All 50 employees at the four star House Hotel are set to return to work this week when the city centre hotel re-opens. The premises has been given a complete re-fit after it was gutted by the previous owner and is set to re-open its doors on Friday . General Manager Margaret…

Ten million Indian viewers to see the best side of Galway

A major Indian travel TV channel, travelxp HD, visited Galway and Ireland last week, as guests of Tourism Ireland. They were here to record some of the unique experiences that their viewers can enjoy on holiday in this part of Ireland. The travel programme, which will air in the autumn, will…

Arts festival is on track for a record breaking year

The Galway International Arts Festival is on track for a record-breaking year with tickets flying out the door for practically all the music and theatre shows. As the annual arts and music extravaganza enters its second week, crowds have thronged the streets in hot, humid conditions for all the free events,…

Galway FC draw a blank against Finn Harps

The bit of momentum created by Galway FC was checked by Finn Harps on Friday night as two well-organised sides cancelled each other out in scoreless draw. Tommy Dunne named the same team that started the win over the Hoops ‘B’ side the previous week, but the outcome was very different…

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Knock to consider running flights from Galway Airport

A radical proposal has been put forward for the resumption of flights in and out of the closed Galway Airport…

50 staff back to work as city centre hotel reopens

All 50 employees at the four star House Hotel are set to return to work this week when the city…

Ten million Indian viewers to see the best side of…

A major Indian travel TV channel, travelxp HD, visited Galway and Ireland last week, as guests of Tourism Ireland. They…

Arts festival is on track for a record breaking year

The Galway International Arts Festival is on track for a record-breaking year with tickets flying out the door for practically…

Sport

Galway FC draw a blank against Finn Harps

The bit of momentum created by Galway FC was checked…

Clean bill of health for Galway footballers

The Galway senior footballers have no fresh injury concerns ahead…

Michael Byrne Cup saga is resolved

The long drawn-out saga of the Michael Byrne Cup looks…

Business

WDC rejects notion of ‘too many airports’

A suggestion that Shannon Airport should be prioritised for the awarding of fifth freedom air rights and an assertion the Government is subsidising too many…

Enterprise stats show East/West imbalance

The West is lagging significantly behind other regions in terms of job creation by Enterprise Ireland-assisted companies, new figures show. It’s the latest in a series…

Lifestyle & Ents

Bishop on a bike sees life Down Under

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell Let’s start at the beginning –…

Jazz trio Dinosaur for city show

Amsterdam-based jazz trio Dinosaur bring their blend of rock, folk,…

Luke McMullan at Kenny Gallery

The Kenny Gallery in Liosbán is the venue for Those…

Music and football in new show at Fringe

Comedian, actor and musician Aindrias de Staic will present his…

Farming

Farmers asked to reduce risks of eye injuries

FARMERS have been warned this week to take care of their eyes and to wear goggles when carrying out any…

Healy to be chair of new commonage committee

THE new Commonage Implementation Committee under the chairmanship of Athenry’s Joe Healy has been welcomed by Galway Hill and Commonage…

Opinion

Hildegarde’s soccer match: Jimmies v Corrib Ranges

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara…

Frasier star inspired by creative Christian

City Lives - Bernie Ní Fhlatharta meets resourceful playwright and…

Galway Arts Festival has grown up and moved out!

In the past, your scribbler has been guilty of clinging…

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Knock to consider running flights from Galway Airport

A radical proposal has been put forward for the resumption of flights in and out of the closed Galwa…

Read more

50 staff back to work as city centre hotel reopens

All 50 employees at the four star House Hotel are set to return to work this week when the city cent…

Read more

Ten million Indian viewers to see the best side of…

A major Indian travel TV channel, travelxp HD, visited Galway and Ireland last week, as guests of To…

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Leonie King pays artistic homage to father’s rich history

When English born Commander Bill King settled in Oranmore in 1949 following his marriage to Anglo-Ir…

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School’s out as music rules for Featuring X

The young and upcoming Featuring X play The Victoria Hotel on Wednesday, July 23 as part of this yea…

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Galway In Days Gone By

1914 Connemara Volunteers Letterfrack, Galway  was the scene of an imposing turn-out of a larg…

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GAA ignores call to revise Pearse Stadium floodlights plan

The GAA has ignored Galway City Council requests to revise their plans for floodlights at Pearse Sta…

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Alcohol still tops list of Galway addictions

Alcohol remains the single-biggest drug abused by Galway people availing of addiction treatment – he…

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Leisureland warned it could lose water sports clubs

A Board member of Leisureland has warned that competitive rates must be offered to the clubs which u…

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