Health deal to create 250 new construction jobs

A successful Galway building firm is leading the construction of 14 primary health care centres across the country – with the creation of 250 new jobs in the process. Six of the centres are in the West of Ireland, including one in Tuam which is located on the site of the…

Hundreds have cancer appointments cancelled

Hundreds of patients undergoing cancer treatment had their clinic appointments cancelled at short-notice this year at University Hospital Galway, according to shameful new statistics. The Health Service Executive (HSE) West has confirmed that it cancelled a total of 866 clinic appointments for cancer patients at UHG since January. The HSE has admitted…

Son of Galwayman signed to Real Madrid – at twelve!

Already he’s being called ‘Jonaldo’ . . . and the latest soccer ‘wonder-kid’ to join Real Madrid’s youth system has Galway blood! At just twelve years of age, John Joe Finn’s soccer skills are catching the eyes of coaches and scouts at the Los Blancos Youth Academy at Real Madrid, one…

Man made ‘nest’ sees five cygnets reared in estuary after years of failure

After the better part of a decade of their nests being washed away, Oranmore has this Spring seen five cygnets born to a set of swans thanks to a man made raft. Peter Butler, who works in GMIT is the man behind the raft, having moved to Oranmore just last year.…

Bid for Culture Capital calls for innovative project ideas

Galway’s bid to become the European Capital of Culture in 2020 represents an opportunity for us to come together as a community – to reflect on the uniqueness of our Galway culture and the richness, vitality and diversity of our shared European culture. More excitingly, this bid represents an opportunity for…

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Health deal to create 250 new construction jobs

A successful Galway building firm is leading the construction of 14 primary health care centres across the country – with…

Hundreds have cancer appointments cancelled

Hundreds of patients undergoing cancer treatment had their clinic appointments cancelled at short-notice this year at University Hospital Galway, according…

Son of Galwayman signed to Real Madrid – at twelve!

Already he’s being called ‘Jonaldo’ . . . and the latest soccer ‘wonder-kid’ to join Real Madrid’s youth system has…

Man made ‘nest’ sees five cygnets reared in estuary after…

After the better part of a decade of their nests being washed away, Oranmore has this Spring seen five cygnets…

Sport

Bane inspires Caherlistrane to surprise first round win

Caherlistrane 0-13 Milltown 1-8 This much-anticipated first round clash delivered on some…

Late points from O Ceallaigh and Breathnach swing it for…

Leitir Mór 0-15 Killererin 0-14 THEY left it very late, and almost…

Daly goal proves decisive in dull opening round affair

Mountbellew-Moylough 1-6 St. James' 0-8 A Michael Daly goal early in the…

Business

Seapark - Galway’s most sought-after address

This is an opportunity to acquire an apartment in one of the most exclusive developments in Galway. It is located in Taylors Hill, widely regarded as…

Charity begins at home for Galway businesses

Twenty nine companies in Galway contributed just short of three-quarters of a million euro to support community groups and organisations last year. Over 300 community partnerships…

Lifestyle & Ents

Amazing Apples are pick of the bunch

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell Young, ambitious and with an energetic…

Derbhle shines in Druidshakespeare

Arts Week with Judy Murphy DruidShakespeare has been the hottest ticket…

Galway In Days Gone By

1915 German spy arrested On Wednesday evening last, a well-dressed man named…

Druid create magic with epic Shakespeare work

REVIEW BY JUDY MURPHY English history and English wars are the…

Farming

Aughty farmers look for cash back

SLIEVE Aughty commonage farmers – who met earlier this month to review issues relating to land eligibility – are hoping…

Cashflow and expansion prospects continues to drive market for dairymen

LAND prices declined in the West of Ireland last year in contrast to Munster and Leinster, according to the findings…

Opinion

Referendum proves it is time for next generation to lead

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Despite popular – and populist…

In the dark about what the Galway team might deliver

Inside Track with John McIntyre IT would take a smart man…

Laying bare the great myth of that healthy country lifestyle

Country Living with Francis Farragher A lot of the time, ‘we…

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Health deal to create 250 new construction jobs

A successful Galway building firm is leading the construction of 14 primary health care centres acro…

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Amazing Apples are pick of the bunch

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell Young, ambitious and with an energetic live show to boot, the Ama…

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Hundreds have cancer appointments cancelled

Hundreds of patients undergoing cancer treatment had their clinic appointments cancelled at short-no…

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Bid for Culture Capital calls for innovative project ideas

Galway’s bid to become the European Capital of Culture in 2020 represents an opportunity for us to c…

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19,000 visits to Croí stroke centre in 2014

There were nearly 19,000 visits to the Croí Heart and Stroke Centre in Newcastle in 2014, according …

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Five months’ jail for man armed with stun gun

Gardaí who were carrying out a drugs search at a city centre address, recovered a stun gun on a Poli…

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