Galway lobby sees registration of deaths abroad

Irish citizens who die abroad will now finally be allowed to have their deaths registered in Ireland thanks to a Galway-led campaign. Government has passed an amendment, which allows Irish citizens who die abroad to have their deaths registered in their home country. The long awaited amendment to the Civil Registration Act…

Missionary nun celebrates Centenary

It has been something of an adventure for Sister Sarah Jordan who experienced some of the toughest conditions while working in South Africa. Sarah spent a life of giving to others but the 60 sisters in the Franciscan Order in Ballinasloe rallied round to give her a very special 100th birthday. Sister…

Galway President acknowledges low morale among teachers

The Galway woman elected to head the country’s school principals and deputy principals has acknowledged the low morale among teachers that she said was behind their recent decision to strike. Mary Nihill – the new President of National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals – is Principal of Calasanctius College Oranmore. And…

Minister boosts Galway Garda fleet by 31 cars

The fleet of Garda patrol cars in Galway has been boosted with an influx of new vehicles in the past two years, new figures confirm. A government backbencher says the investment in 31 additional Garda patrol cars allows Gardaí to move up a gear in its crackdown on rural crime, particularly…

Cancer strategy for the West outlined

Plans are progressing to develop a centralised ‘comprehensive cancer centre’ to cater for the West and North West region. The ‘vision’ for a cancer centre, which would streamline services to cancer patients in Galway and the west, was outlined this week by chair of the Cancer Strategy Group, Professor Michael J…

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Galway lobby sees registration of deaths abroad

Irish citizens who die abroad will now finally be allowed to have their deaths registered in Ireland thanks to a…

Missionary nun celebrates Centenary

It has been something of an adventure for Sister Sarah Jordan who experienced some of the toughest conditions while working…

Galway President acknowledges low morale among teachers

The Galway woman elected to head the country’s school principals and deputy principals has acknowledged the low morale among teachers…

Minister boosts Galway Garda fleet by 31 cars

The fleet of Garda patrol cars in Galway has been boosted with an influx of new vehicles in the past…

Sport

Kiltullagh back in the groove after surprise win over Bohemians

WHEN Kiltullagh’s nine match unbeaten league run in the Second…

Buccaneers come up trumps in low key provincial decider

Buccaneers 28 Galwegians 14 ONE of the oldest trophies in club rugby…

Monivea club celebrate young star’s matchwinning display for Connacht

Mentors at Monivea Rugby Club knew one of their own,…

Business

Taoiseach urges Galway companies to SMILE!

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has invited companies across Galway to join up to Ireland's fastest growing upcycling network. The Taoiseach was speaking at the national launch of…

€6m of Galway property auctioned last week

More than €6 million worth of residential and commercial properties was sold under the hammer last week. Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers said investors…

Lifestyle & Ents

Bolshoi Ballet’s The Nutcracker Live at the Eye

There’s live ballet from Moscow this Sunday, December 21, at…

Postcards provide a peek into times past of Galway

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy meets Paul Duffy, a man whose…

Fusion of trad and world music from talented Kíla

Dublin band Kíla bring their fluid, sometimes riotous, fusion of…

Arts Festival making big plans for 2015

A new show by Olwen Fouéré and an autobiographical exhibition…

Farming

IFA welcomes Coveney intervention on meat plant ‘stalling’

FARM leaders have expressed serious concerns that the meat plants are trying to pull back on the main points agreed…

Killing fields haunt Irish farm families

A HORROR year on Irish farms – that has so far claimed the lives of 28 people – has prompted…

Opinion

‘Mayor’s Secretary’ a demotion for Mairéad

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara…

The Atheist Jew prays for peace in Holy Land!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley At Christmas we’re meant to think…

Galway golfing invention proving international hit

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon A Corofin man, who is rubbing…

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High hopes for Galway airport’s future

A decision on the future usage of Galway Airport should be made in the early months of next year whe…

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Nicola strikes right note

The city’s best known wedding singer has now created a soundtrack of her own, with the launch of her…

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Conference hears of medical breakthrough

A major conference on neurodegenerative diseases in Galway last week has been hailed a huge success …

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Galway lobby sees registration of deaths abroad

Irish citizens who die abroad will now finally be allowed to have their deaths registered in Ireland…

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Missionary nun celebrates Centenary

It has been something of an adventure for Sister Sarah Jordan who experienced some of the toughest c…

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Galway President acknowledges low morale among teachers

The Galway woman elected to head the country’s school principals and deputy principals has acknowled…

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Kiltullagh back in the groove after surprise win over Bohemians

WHEN Kiltullagh’s nine match unbeaten league run in the Second Division came to an end two weeks ago…

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Buccaneers come up trumps in low key provincial decider

Buccaneers 28 Galwegians 14 ONE of the oldest trophies in club rugby in Connacht will be in th…

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Monivea club celebrate young star’s matchwinning display for Connacht

Mentors at Monivea Rugby Club knew one of their own, rising star Caolin Blade, would be razor sharp …

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