Galway footballers book date with Kerry

The Galway footballers are back in an All-Ireland quarter-final for the first time in six years after brushing aside the challenge of Tipperary in the qualifiers on Saturday evening at Tullamore on a 4-17 to 4-12 scorelines. Alan Mulholland’s men were full value for this five points win, although there is…

Planners want restaurant in Fairgreen Webworks building

The owner of the Webworks building at the Fairgreen has been told to make space available for a restaurant for commuters, before Galway City Council will consider plans for new Department of Social Protection offices there. The building was bought earlier this year by Irish millionaire Jason Williams through his Connaught…

City abuzz as it prepares for €60m boost from Races

The city is abuzz for the annual Galway Races Festival, which got underway yesterday. Around 150,000 punters are expected to make the pilgrimage to Ballybrit racecourse for famous Galway Race week. On course bookmakers are expected to turn over in excess of €8 million while the Tote will handle well over €4…

Record breaking year for city’s premiere arts event

There will be no rest for the wicked-ly good organising team behind the Galway International Arts Festival. On the back of a record-breaking year for the city’s premiere arts event, key staffers are planning to decamp to Edinburgh to check out work that may appear in next year’s festival. Artistic director Paul…

Pearse Stadium parking plan by GAA described as ‘laughable’

Galway City Council that the idea of Pearse Stadium patrons parking as far away as Merlin Park is “laughable”. And one added that if the GAA ignores planning conditions in regard to Croke Park, the same will happen in Salthill and engaging with the sporting body is “futile”. It comes just a…

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News

Planners want restaurant in Fairgreen Webworks building

The owner of the Webworks building at the Fairgreen has been told to make space available for a restaurant for…

City abuzz as it prepares for €60m boost from Races

The city is abuzz for the annual Galway Races Festival, which got underway yesterday. Around 150,000 punters are expected to make…

Record breaking year for city’s premiere arts event

There will be no rest for the wicked-ly good organising team behind the Galway International Arts Festival. On the back of…

Pearse Stadium parking plan by GAA described as ‘laughable’

Galway City Council that the idea of Pearse Stadium patrons parking as far away as Merlin Park is “laughable”. And one…

Sport

Faherty grabs a hat-trick as Galway FC defeat Cobh

Having come so close to grabbing a hat-trick against Shamrock…

Galway minor hurlers brush aside Antrim

Goals from Jarlath Mannion and substitute Jack Grealish helped to…

Galway footballers book date with Kerry

The Galway footballers are back in an All-Ireland quarter-final for…

Business

Export sales surge leads to new jobs for retail technology…

CBE, one of Europe’s leading innovators in retail technology, are currently recruiting for IT Systems Engineers due to unprecedented growth in export sales. Against worldwide competition,…

Galway’s top honour at event industry awards

A Galway company specialising in inbound corporate travel won one of the top gongs at the prestigious annual Irish Event Industry Awards in Dublin last…

Lifestyle & Ents

Sweet dreams are made of this!

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell There are many reasons we should…

A far cry from Hollywood – it’s a matter of…

Lifestyle -  Judy Murphy meets up with some  of the…

Taking Trad to another level

Taking trad to another level, The Olllam play Róisín Dubh…

Melodic hard rock to get your jaw working

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell Hard-rocking yet still melodic, Fox Jaw…

Farming

Cattle trade is on the up

THE corner may have been turned in relation to cattle prices, according to a number of mart and farming representatives…

Big multiples to hold sway in new laws

PRIMARY food producers will still remain vulnerable to the whims of the supermarket multiples even in the wake of the proposed…

Opinion

Rónán’s ‘sprinkler’ sparks awkward silence

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column by Dara…

The Gaza / Israel chestnut? I’ve gone and cracked it!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley That Gaza chestnut? I reckon I’ve…

Matt settling in to new city and new school role

City Lives -  Denise McNamara meets Matt Wallen, the new…

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Galway minor hurlers brush aside Antrim

Goals from Jarlath Mannion and substitute Jack Grealish helped to book Galway’s place against Limeri…

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Faherty grabs a hat-trick as Galway FC defeat Cobh

Having come so close to grabbing a hat-trick against Shamrock Rovers B two weeks ago, Galway FC stri…

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Galway footballers book date with Kerry

The Galway footballers are back in an All-Ireland quarter-final for the first time in six years afte…

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Melodic hard rock to get your jaw working

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell Hard-rocking yet still melodic, Fox Jaw play Monroe’s Live on Mon…

Read more

Cattle trade is on the up

THE corner may have been turned in relation to cattle prices, according to a number of mart and farm…

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Call goes out from new Sky Road TV and Film…

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Sky Road TV & Film Festival, a new three-day event which takes pla…

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Half of trees on €16.5m road project in Galway have…

BY CLODAGH McGRATH At least half of the trees on Seamus Quirke Road are either dead or dying, acc…

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Irish Water unable to say when Newcastle mains will be…

Irish Water have committed this week to replacing the crumbling water main in the Newcastle area tha…

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Fears over razor-sharp pooper-scoopers in Salthill

The worst of the pooper -scooper dispensers on the Salthill Promenade are being replaced following t…

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