Galway one of worst affected areas by bus strike

Galway is one of the worst affected areas in the country by today's Bus Eireann strike due to the fact that the bus and...

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Galway one of worst affected areas by bus strike

Galway is one of the worst affected areas in the country by today's Bus Eireann strike due to the fact that the bus and...

Parking ‘free for all’ in Galway City as meters are out of order

It is now ‘open season’ for motorists in Galway City who are ‘free to park for free almost wherever they like’, a city councillor...

GMIT ‘Peeping Tom’ faces teaching ban under new vetting policy

A lecturer at GMIT – previously the subject of a student toilets ‘Peeping Tom’ investigation – could be banned from teaching under Garda vetting...

Fairgreen CIE site earmarked for new courthouse

Negotiations are at an advanced stage to secure a site for a new state-of-the-art courthouse in Galway City – it would be part of...

Galway’s destiny in own hands as they head to Newry for...

GALWAY might have mixed the good with the bad so far in their Division 2 National Football League campaign, but with the longer days...

SPORT

Football League tie at Tuam Stadium. Photo: Enda Noone.

Galway’s destiny in own hands as they head to Newry for difficult assignment

GALWAY might have mixed the good with the bad so far in their Division 2 National Football League campaign, but with the longer days...
Galway WFC's Tessa Mullins and UCD Waves' Dearbhaile Byrne in a tussle for possession during Saturday's National League tie at Eamonn Deacy Park. PHOTO: EIREFOTO.

Plenty of graft but little return for Clery’s squad on home turf

Galway WFC kicked off their new season with a solid showing in their first outing at Eamonn Deacy Park, but the final output was...

Galway company named one of the best workplaces in Ireland

A the Galway-based and recruitment firm has been named as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland in 2017. This is the third consecutive year...

BUSINESS

The team from Collins McNicholas, which was named as one of Ireland’s best managed companies in the Deloitte Best Managed Companies Award Programme, pictured at the awards ceremony (from left): Fiona Collery, Payroll Manager; Antoinette O’Flaherty, Director; Regional Manager of the Mid-west region, David Fitzgibbon; Michelle Murphy, Director and Niall Murray, Managing Director. Photo: Jason Clarke.

Galway company named one of the best workplaces in Ireland

A the Galway-based and recruitment firm has been named as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland in 2017. This is the third consecutive year...
Hygeia Marketing Manager, Elisha Daniels at the Hardware Association of Ireland's national trade show with the award for Best Garden Product. Photo: David O'Shea Photography.

City firm’s lawncare product is a winner

Galway firm Hygeia Garden Care has won a major award for innovation for its organic-based lawn fertiliser product GreenForce Lawn Gold, taking the first...

Clubbers ready to Bounce at Róisín in new music venture

A new club night for young adults with intellectual disabilities is kicking off in the city’s Róisín Dubh next Monday night, March 27, and...

ENTERTAINMENT

Club Tropicana has been so popular that there will be a monthly night from now on.

Clubbers ready to Bounce at Róisín in new music venture

A new club night for young adults with intellectual disabilities is kicking off in the city’s Róisín Dubh next Monday night, March 27, and...
Warsaw Radio.

Heavenly show in store in The Loft from ambitious Warsaw Radio

Led by Limerick man Brían McNamara, Warsaw Radio come to The Loft in Seven, Bridge Street, Galway City, this Saturday, March 25. The show...

Top basketballer still putting opponents through the hoops

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Oranmore native Claire Rockall is a basketballer on top of her game right now. This was reinforced just last week...

OPINION

Oranmore native Claire Rockall, seen here in action for her side, Ambassador UCC Glanmire, has already picked up the 'Player of the Month' award twice this season. Photo: INPHO/Tommy Dickson.

Top basketballer still putting opponents through the hoops

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Oranmore native Claire Rockall is a basketballer on top of her game right now. This was reinforced just last week...
Cllr Billy Cameron pictured outside the Museum of the Revolution in the Old Havana section of Habana, Cuba, before he got the Che Guevara tattoo.

Radical Galway politician got Ché Guevara inkwork in Cuba!

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley A grey-haired, young-at-heart, left-wing revolutionary male politician in his sixties, with connections to the...

A troubled soul in a lost limbo of piety and love

Country Living with Francis Farragher It was one of those Rubicon days in the social history of Ireland – May 6, 1992, when word eventually...

LIFESTYLE

Different times: The then Bishop, Eamon Casey, with the monstrance, during the Corpus Christi Procession at Nuns Island, Galway, in June 1985.

A troubled soul in a lost limbo of piety and love

Country Living with Francis Farragher It was one of those Rubicon days in the social history of Ireland – May 6, 1992, when word eventually...
Irish dancers marching in the St Patrick's Day parade in Galway in 1970.

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 The malicious intermeddler Sir, on behalf of the West Galway District Board G.A.A., I find it very essential to offer an explanation about the failure...

New Alfa Romeo Giulia set to take on Jaguar and the...

Car companies in Ireland can only play the hand that they get in terms of product. Alfa Romeo have been well off the pace...

MOTORS

The Alfa Romeo Giulia.

New Alfa Romeo Giulia set to take on Jaguar and the big German brands

Car companies in Ireland can only play the hand that they get in terms of product. Alfa Romeo have been well off the pace...
The new-look Suzuki Swift.

Suzuki makes Swift change

Suzuki launched the second generation of the popular Swift at the Geneva Motor Show this week and we can expect it to arrive here...
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Galway one of worst affected areas by bus strike

Galway is one of the worst affected areas in the country by today's Bus Eireann strike due to the fact that the bus and...

SPORT

Galway’s destiny in own hands as they head to Newry for...

GALWAY might have mixed the good with the bad so far in their Division 2 National Football League campaign, but with the longer days...

Plenty of graft but little return for Clery’s squad on home...

Galway WFC kicked off their new season with a solid showing in their first outing at Eamonn Deacy Park, but the final output was...

BUSINESS

Galway company named one of the best workplaces in Ireland

A the Galway-based and recruitment firm has been named as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland in 2017. This is the third consecutive year...

City firm’s lawncare product is a winner

Galway firm Hygeia Garden Care has won a major award for innovation for its organic-based lawn fertiliser product GreenForce Lawn Gold, taking the first...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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LIFESTYLE

A troubled soul in a lost limbo of piety and love

Country Living with Francis Farragher It was one of those Rubicon days in the social history of Ireland – May 6, 1992, when word eventually...

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 The malicious intermeddler Sir, on behalf of the West Galway District Board G.A.A., I find it very essential to offer an explanation about the failure...

FARMING

Online is the way to go for BPS ‘17

FARMERS have been strongly advised to make their Basic Payment application online this year to ensure early processing, the reduction of errors and payments...

Credit Union loan package aims to tackle issue of cashflow woes

THERE are over 13,000 herd owners in Co. Galway – the vast majority of them into livestock farming – and cashflow is their main...

MOTORS

New Alfa Romeo Giulia set to take on Jaguar and the...

Car companies in Ireland can only play the hand that they get in terms of product. Alfa Romeo have been well off the pace...

Suzuki makes Swift change

Suzuki launched the second generation of the popular Swift at the Geneva Motor Show this week and we can expect it to arrive here...
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