Claddagh joins City Central Ward in electoral shake-up

The Claddagh has been annexed into the Galway City Central electoral area in an otherwise uneventful rejig of the city’s local election boundaries announced...

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Claddagh joins City Central Ward in electoral shake-up

The Claddagh has been annexed into the Galway City Central electoral area in an otherwise uneventful rejig of the city’s local election boundaries announced...

Lifeguard cover in Galway restricted to weekends only

Irish Water Safety has called on the local authority in Galway to deploy lifeguards when heatwaves hit. The three-week fine spell drew thousands of young...

2020 chief to address concerns before Galway City Council

Galway 2020 CEO Hannah Kiely has been invited to give Galway City Council an update on the status of the project, after serious concerns...

Carjacker in high-speed chase with Gardaí

A carjacker drove ‘like a lunatic’ to get away from Gardaí, while roaring “drive it like you stole it” at the terrified owner, who...

United out of tune in home loss to Harps

Galway United 1 Finn Harps 2 GALWAY United might be set to strike oil off the field following reported investment from a Saudi businessman, but they...

SPORT

United out of tune in home loss to Harps

Galway United 1 Finn Harps 2 GALWAY United might be set to strike oil off the field following reported investment from a Saudi businessman, but they...

Poor discipline proves costly for 13-man Galway

Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-11 POOR finishing and ill-discipline ultimately cut short Galway’s involvement in the inaugural U20 football championship. The Tribesmen were the architects of their own...

Galway reaps the rewards of global reputation

Galway’s rapidly developing global reputation as a centre of excellence for medical device companies was behind the decision of another American multi-national to open...

BUSINESS

Galway reaps the rewards of global reputation

Galway’s rapidly developing global reputation as a centre of excellence for medical device companies was behind the decision of another American multi-national to open...

Knock for a big welcome to the west!

Work has commenced on a new innovative and state of the art Visitor Discovery Centre at Ireland West Airport, under the Rural Economic Development...

Baboró summer course on the benefits of drama

Baboró International Arts Festival for Children will present a five-day summer course from July 2-6, which is designed to explore the use of drama,...

ENTERTAINMENT

Baboró summer course on the benefits of drama

Baboró International Arts Festival for Children will present a five-day summer course from July 2-6, which is designed to explore the use of drama,...
ConTempo will conclude their Ballinasloe residency next Thursday, June 14.

ConTempo to hit right note in Ballinasloe

Galway Ensemble in Residence, the ConTempo Quartet, will conclude its Ballinasloe Lunchtime Series next Thursday, June 14, at 1pm in the town’s Church Gallery...

Civic reception snub leaves ex-mayors out in the cold

Joe Considine was an exemplary civil servant. An employee of Galway City Council for many years, he held various roles, and carried out his...

OPINION

Civic reception snub leaves ex-mayors out in the cold

Joe Considine was an exemplary civil servant. An employee of Galway City Council for many years, he held various roles, and carried out his...

A retrospective through the Taoisigh of the modern era

World of Politics with Harry McGee Charlie Haughey was still Taoiseach when I first set out in journalism over quarter of a century ago. I...

A ‘balancing of the books’ as Summer rides into town

Country Living with Francis Farragher It is quite amazing what the impact a good spell of weather can have on the humour of people and...

LIFESTYLE

THE SUMMER COMETH: Soaking up the sunshine on the banks of the Corrib in the Claddagh Basin against the backdrop of the Long Walk. PHOTO: JOE O'SHAUGHNESSY.

A ‘balancing of the books’ as Summer rides into town

Country Living with Francis Farragher It is quite amazing what the impact a good spell of weather can have on the humour of people and...
A juggler performing at the junction of Quay Street-Cross Street in Galway in the 1990s.

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Drowning tragedy A sad drowning accident occurred in the Corrib, near Carrick Lodge, Clonbur, on Sunday. It would appear that three military officers, viz., Captain...

Kia’s gran turismo Stinger is a real head-turner for all the...

In the words of Victor Meldrew: “I don’t believe it!!!” This is the reaction of many I met last week when driving the new...

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The stunning new Kia Stinger.

Kia’s gran turismo Stinger is a real head-turner for all the right reasons

In the words of Victor Meldrew: “I don’t believe it!!!” This is the reaction of many I met last week when driving the new...
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Ford gets Active with Fiestas

Ford launched two new Fiesta derivatives in south of France last month at either end of the model spectrum – the Fiesta Active and...
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Claddagh joins City Central Ward in electoral shake-up

The Claddagh has been annexed into the Galway City Central electoral area in an otherwise uneventful rejig of the city’s local election boundaries announced...

SPORT

United out of tune in home loss to Harps

Galway United 1 Finn Harps 2 GALWAY United might be set to strike oil off the field following reported investment from a Saudi businessman, but they...

Poor discipline proves costly for 13-man Galway

Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-11 POOR finishing and ill-discipline ultimately cut short Galway’s involvement in the inaugural U20 football championship. The Tribesmen were the architects of their own...

BUSINESS

Galway reaps the rewards of global reputation

Galway’s rapidly developing global reputation as a centre of excellence for medical device companies was behind the decision of another American multi-national to open...

Knock for a big welcome to the west!

Work has commenced on a new innovative and state of the art Visitor Discovery Centre at Ireland West Airport, under the Rural Economic Development...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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LIFESTYLE

A ‘balancing of the books’ as Summer rides into town

Country Living with Francis Farragher It is quite amazing what the impact a good spell of weather can have on the humour of people and...

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Drowning tragedy A sad drowning accident occurred in the Corrib, near Carrick Lodge, Clonbur, on Sunday. It would appear that three military officers, viz., Captain...

FARMING

A dry May saves the day for West’s Farmers

A WARM, dry and sunny May seems to have saved the day in terms of fodder and grass problems for farmers across the West...

Average annual income for dairy farmers in 2017 was €86,000+ after...

A SURGE in milk prices coupled with major increases in output, gave Ireland’s 15,639 dairy farmers an average annual income of just over €86,000...

MOTORS

Kia’s gran turismo Stinger is a real head-turner for all the...

In the words of Victor Meldrew: “I don’t believe it!!!” This is the reaction of many I met last week when driving the new...

Ford gets Active with Fiestas

Ford launched two new Fiesta derivatives in south of France last month at either end of the model spectrum – the Fiesta Active and...
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