Census: Galway is Ireland’s most multicultural city

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway is officially Ireland's most multicultural city. The majority of non-Irish residents in Galway city come from Poland, while UK...

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Census: Galway is Ireland’s most multicultural city

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway is officially Ireland's most multicultural city. The majority of non-Irish residents in Galway city come from Poland, while UK...

Liquidator appointed to Galway Independent

Galway Bay fm newsroom – A liquidator has been appointed to the company behind city-based freesheet paper, the Galway Independent. A creditors' meeting took place...

Irish not a priority for Gaeltacht teenagers

Only one in five Gaeltacht teenagers speak Irish to their friends on a regular basis – and almost two-thirds of them never use the...

Broadcaster turns radio diary into new book

A Galway author who has been described as Ireland’s (older) answer to Adrian Mole has turned her radio diary into a bestselling book. And 2FM...

Brilliant Portumna go on the rampage – but is it too...

Portumna 2-24 Gort 1-17 THEY say there’s no show like a Joe show and that certainly proved the case in Loughrea on Saturday evening as Portumna...

SPORT

Portumna defender Martin Dolphin breaking away from Gort's Aiden Helebert during Saturday's senior hurling championship clash in Loughrea. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Brilliant Portumna go on the rampage – but is it too late?

Portumna 2-24 Gort 1-17 THEY say there’s no show like a Joe show and that certainly proved the case in Loughrea on Saturday evening as Portumna...
Turloughmore's Seán Loftus battling for possession with Pearses' Kerril Hardiman during Saturday evening's Senior A hurling championship clash at Duggan Park.

Hard work as Turlough do enough to rescue title hopes

Turloughmore  0-16  Padraig Pearses 0-13 TURLOUGHMORE overcame this tough hurdle last Saturday to take a top four spot in Group 2 of the senior A hurling...

Galway companies on Q Mark shortlist

A number of Galway businesses have made the shortlist for the National Q Mark Awards – led by Meehans SPAR Roscam which has been...

BUSINESS

Chanelle McCoy, Chanelle Pharmaceuticals and Dragon’s Den and Organiser Maria Staunton, Manager of the EMPOWER programme and GMIT Mayo iHub, at the launch of “Empower” – a new enterpreneurship programme for women.

Galway companies on Q Mark shortlist

A number of Galway businesses have made the shortlist for the National Q Mark Awards – led by Meehans SPAR Roscam which has been...
Poultry spend....Pat McDonagh at Supermac's in Eyre Square.

Supermac’s golden egg!

Supermac’s has announced that it is on target to spend upwards of €7 million on Irish poultry this year. And the good news for Irish...

Niall Connolly gig to showcase impressive new album

Celebrating the release of his impressive new album, Dream Your Way Out Of This One, Niall Connolly comes to Róisín Dubh on Thursday, September...

ENTERTAINMENT

Niall Connolly.

Niall Connolly gig to showcase impressive new album

Celebrating the release of his impressive new album, Dream Your Way Out Of This One, Niall Connolly comes to Róisín Dubh on Thursday, September...
John Doherty and Ryan McCloskey of Little Hours.

Donegal band Little Hours look set to hit the big time

The Groove Tube  with Jimi McDonnell – tribunegroove@live.ie Little Hours, a Donegal duo with a great ear for a tune and a melody, come to...

Back when the bedsit was the height of sophistication

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Like war stories, we all have our bedsit tales from back in the day – life in pokey holes...

OPINION

Back when the bedsit was the height of sophistication

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Like war stories, we all have our bedsit tales from back in the day – life in pokey holes...
Claregalway captain Luke Roche and goalkeeper Mark King raise the cup aloft after their North Board Minor A Final win over Monivea/Abbey at Tuam Stadium on Saturday.

Vaughan’s red card proves fatal as Mayo left heartbroken again

Inside Track with John McIntyre OUR hearts ache for the greatest Gaelic football team to now probably never win the All-Ireland title. Another cruel, devastating...

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 Fined for driving At Galway Petty Sessions, Mrs. Julia Dowling, Ballinasloe, was charged under the Petrol Restrictions Order for using petrol in going to the...

LIFESTYLE

Galway goalkeeper Johnny Geraghty clears the ball upfield in the 1964 All-Ireland defeat of Kerry,at a jam-packed Croke Park the county's first title in their legendary three-in-a-row triumphs. Players frequently wore caps in those days and, as well as the goalie, Galway's Sean Meade is also sporting one. Other players in the photo are Tom Lowry and Mick O'Dwyer of Kerry and Enda Colleran of Galway.

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 Fined for driving At Galway Petty Sessions, Mrs. Julia Dowling, Ballinasloe, was charged under the Petrol Restrictions Order for using petrol in going to the...
Damian Browne.

Addicted to adventure

Lifestyle - Former professional rugby player Damian Browne has found a new focus for his energies –  extreme sports. As he prepares for his...

Flagship A8 has wow factor

Audi Ireland has revealed the pricing of its new heralded Audi A8. This is Audi’s flagship model and is set to redefine the future...

MOTORS

The new Audi A8.

Flagship A8 has wow factor

Audi Ireland has revealed the pricing of its new heralded Audi A8. This is Audi’s flagship model and is set to redefine the future...
The Honda Civic Type R.

New Honda Civic Type R now available to order from dealerships

As one of the few star breeds of hot hatchbacks, it is 25 years since the first Honda Type R became a symbol for...
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Census: Galway is Ireland’s most multicultural city

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Galway is officially Ireland's most multicultural city. The majority of non-Irish residents in Galway city come from Poland, while UK...

SPORT

Brilliant Portumna go on the rampage – but is it too...

Portumna 2-24 Gort 1-17 THEY say there’s no show like a Joe show and that certainly proved the case in Loughrea on Saturday evening as Portumna...

Hard work as Turlough do enough to rescue title hopes

Turloughmore  0-16  Padraig Pearses 0-13 TURLOUGHMORE overcame this tough hurdle last Saturday to take a top four spot in Group 2 of the senior A hurling...

BUSINESS

Galway companies on Q Mark shortlist

A number of Galway businesses have made the shortlist for the National Q Mark Awards – led by Meehans SPAR Roscam which has been...

Supermac’s golden egg!

Supermac’s has announced that it is on target to spend upwards of €7 million on Irish poultry this year. And the good news for Irish...

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Galway In Days Gone By

PROPERTY

LIFESTYLE

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 Fined for driving At Galway Petty Sessions, Mrs. Julia Dowling, Ballinasloe, was charged under the Petrol Restrictions Order for using petrol in going to the...

Addicted to adventure

Lifestyle - Former professional rugby player Damian Browne has found a new focus for his energies –  extreme sports. As he prepares for his...

FARMING

ANC payments arrive for 12,000 Galway farmers

ANC or ‘headage’ monies are arriving this week to about 12,000 Co. Galway farmers this week – the payments normally coincide with the National...

Ban on animal access to rivers on way

THE days of farmers being able to let their cattle drink from rivers and streams bordering or running through their lands could be coming...

MOTORS

Flagship A8 has wow factor

Audi Ireland has revealed the pricing of its new heralded Audi A8. This is Audi’s flagship model and is set to redefine the future...

New Honda Civic Type R now available to order from dealerships

As one of the few star breeds of hot hatchbacks, it is 25 years since the first Honda Type R became a symbol for...
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