‘Extraordinary deterioration’ in Galway’s homelessness

Cope Galway has advised the Government on a range of measures to tackle the city’s worsening homeless emergency. Describing the current crisis as “unprecedented”, Martin...

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Rough sleeper in Galway

‘Extraordinary deterioration’ in Galway’s homelessness

Cope Galway has advised the Government on a range of measures to tackle the city’s worsening homeless emergency. Describing the current crisis as “unprecedented”, Martin...
Apple Athenry

Fears that delay in court decision may spark Apple change of heart

The Commercial Court case involving plans for a multi-million euro Apple data centre in Athenry are to be deferred until Autumn. The case was previously...
Races fashion

Last bets for kids as Galway set for €60m Race Week

It will be the end of an era at the 148th Galway Races as the 2017 meeting will mark the last time youngsters can...

1,000 Connemara GP patients to be left in the lurch

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has moved to try to reassure patients in Connemara that adequate cover for the imminent retirement of a GP...

Rejuvenated Tribesmen put out of sorts Donegal men to the sword

GALWAY 4-17 DONEGAL 0-14 KIPLING’S observation about treating the two impostors of triumph and disaster just the same could well become the mantra of Galway footballers...

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Galway's Damien Comer leaves Donegal's Neil McGee trailing in his wake during the All-Ireland football qualifier at Markievicz Park on Saturday. Photo: Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile.

Rejuvenated Tribesmen put out of sorts Donegal men to the sword

GALWAY 4-17 DONEGAL 0-14 KIPLING’S observation about treating the two impostors of triumph and disaster just the same could well become the mantra of Galway footballers...
Galway midfielder Niamh Kilkenny who was on the scoresheet in their weekend championship win over Clare at Cusack Park.

Green flags for Hennelly and Cooney as Galway carry day

Galway 2-11 Clare 0-11 GALWAY’S senior camogie team responded last Saturday to their previous loss to Kilkenny by booking their place in the All-Ireland senior quarter-finals,...

Galway company nominated for prestigious DatSci Awards

A Galway-based company, who have worked with Olympic athletes and elite professional sports teams around the world, Orreco, have been nominated for the prestigious...

BUSINESS

Dr Brian Moore, Founder and MD of ORRECO.

Galway company nominated for prestigious DatSci Awards

A Galway-based company, who have worked with Olympic athletes and elite professional sports teams around the world, Orreco, have been nominated for the prestigious...
Sandra Divilly: winner of 30% Club MBA Scholarship at NUI Galway.

Businesswoman Sandra heading back to school!

A Galway businesswoman fought off tough competition to win a scholarship worth over €13,000 for NUIG’s Executive Master of Business Administration programme. Sandra Divilly’s selection...

Baile An Salsa turn to public for album funds

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – tribunegroove@live.ie With their trad and salsa fusion going from strength to strength, Baile An Salsa play Monroe’s Live on...

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Baile An Salsa

Baile An Salsa turn to public for album funds

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – tribunegroove@live.ie With their trad and salsa fusion going from strength to strength, Baile An Salsa play Monroe’s Live on...
Susan Webb's A Moment in Time, in oil.

New show celebrates a six-decade relationship

Arts Week with Judy Murphy At 90 years of age, artist Kenneth Webb is still going strong and his latest paintings can currently be seen...

Family Fun Day – is that the ultimate contradiction?

A Different View with Dave O’Connell here are few phrases in life more guaranteed to bring you out in a cold sweat than the threat...

OPINION

Dave O'Connell

Family Fun Day – is that the ultimate contradiction?

A Different View with Dave O’Connell here are few phrases in life more guaranteed to bring you out in a cold sweat than the threat...
Galway defender Liam Silke can't prevent Donegal's Michael Murphy from setting up an attack during Saturday evening's All-Ireland football qualifier at Markievicz Park.

Galway footballers get mad to show what they are made of

Inside Track with John McIntyre IT was an evening when the Galway footballers got mad and reaped a spectacular reward for having the fire in...

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 A courageous act Eye witnesses of the incident are loud in their praise of the action of Constable Carragy, of Eglinton-st. barracks, who on Saturday...

LIFESTYLE

Galway was en fete for the visit of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to the city in 1903. This photo from the National Library of Ireland collection was taken as the large crowds dispersed some time after the royal couple had passed through the town centre on their way to Galway Docks where the Royal Yacht awaited them. On left a carriageman awaits the return of his employer.

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 A courageous act Eye witnesses of the incident are loud in their praise of the action of Constable Carragy, of Eglinton-st. barracks, who on Saturday...
The lure is still the same . . . The late Seán Purcell leads Galway in the parade before their 1959 All-Ireland final encounter with Kerry in front of a packed Croke Park. (Photo from Galway GAA website. 1956 Photographs courtesy Sean Keeley).

Mecca beckons for pilgrims whose dreams never die

Country Living with Francis Farragher At this stage, it’s seems more like a kind of pilgrimage . . . another trip along the road and...

New Koleos tops-off Renault’s SUV range

Renault launched the new Koleos to their SUV range this week in Dublin. It is a car that tops Renault’s crossover range alongside Captur...

MOTORS

The new Renault Koleos.

New Koleos tops-off Renault’s SUV range

Renault launched the new Koleos to their SUV range this week in Dublin. It is a car that tops Renault’s crossover range alongside Captur...
The multi award-winning Peugeot 3008.

Peugeot 3008 fully deserves its International Car of The Year award

In sport, business and in life itself, winning is all that matters and winners come in all shapes and sizes. In the world of...
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‘Extraordinary deterioration’ in Galway’s homelessness

Cope Galway has advised the Government on a range of measures to tackle the city’s worsening homeless emergency. Describing the current crisis as “unprecedented”, Martin...

SPORT

Rejuvenated Tribesmen put out of sorts Donegal men to the sword

GALWAY 4-17 DONEGAL 0-14 KIPLING’S observation about treating the two impostors of triumph and disaster just the same could well become the mantra of Galway footballers...

Green flags for Hennelly and Cooney as Galway carry day

Galway 2-11 Clare 0-11 GALWAY’S senior camogie team responded last Saturday to their previous loss to Kilkenny by booking their place in the All-Ireland senior quarter-finals,...

BUSINESS

Galway company nominated for prestigious DatSci Awards

A Galway-based company, who have worked with Olympic athletes and elite professional sports teams around the world, Orreco, have been nominated for the prestigious...

Businesswoman Sandra heading back to school!

A Galway businesswoman fought off tough competition to win a scholarship worth over €13,000 for NUIG’s Executive Master of Business Administration programme. Sandra Divilly’s selection...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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Galway In Days Gone By

1917 A courageous act Eye witnesses of the incident are loud in their praise of the action of Constable Carragy, of Eglinton-st. barracks, who on Saturday...

Mecca beckons for pilgrims whose dreams never die

Country Living with Francis Farragher At this stage, it’s seems more like a kind of pilgrimage . . . another trip along the road and...

FARMING

Seaweed to be our cure for methane emissions

INTERNATIONAL research indicating that the introduction of seaweed to the diet of cattle could help to significantly reduce methane emissions, should be followed up...

Massive turnout for open day on safety

A CROWD of over 600 people – some of whom travelled from as far away as Malin Head in Donegal and from Kerry –...

MOTORS

New Koleos tops-off Renault’s SUV range

Renault launched the new Koleos to their SUV range this week in Dublin. It is a car that tops Renault’s crossover range alongside Captur...

Peugeot 3008 fully deserves its International Car of The Year award

In sport, business and in life itself, winning is all that matters and winners come in all shapes and sizes. In the world of...
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