Beyoncé’s role in new approach to Novena at Galway Cathedral!

Rather than hymns, the faithful may well be bouncing home from the Novena with Beyoncé’s hit Crazy in Love ringing in their ears as they attend this year’s Novena in Galway Cathedral fresh from its makeover for its 50th anniversary. The theme of the 33rd Novena by the Redemptorists is inspired…

Late Late’s leg up for Galway inventor’s sports injury preventor!

AN invention by Galway man Ned Burns to measure and compare leg flexibility to help prevent many recurring sports injuries, was featured on last weekend’s Late Late Show. The SpeedFlexer was demonstrated to an estimated audience of 650,000 viewers using Russian high jumper Olga Kaliturina and an audience member. An athlete with…

Banks put the squeeze on Galway families in mortgage arrears

Banks are putting the squeeze on Galway families struggling to repay mortgages, startling new figures reveal. The banks have initiated court proceedings against 70 homeowners in Galway who are in mortgage arrears in the past fortnight alone. The listing in court hearing is the first legal step by the financial institutions to…

Four days on a trolley at Galway hospital – then €300 bill for a bed

A 53 year old Galway man who was admitted to UHG with viral pneumonia spent the next 96 hours on a trolley – and was then hit with a €300 bill for a bed he never saw. That’s according to Galway Senator Fidelma Healy Eames, who revealed this week that the man…

South Park pitch more like a bird sanctuary due to pipe problem

A city GAA club has been discommoded for almost a year because its local authority owned pitch is submerged in water. Fr Griffin/Éire Óg football club’s training sessions at South Park have been disrupted for nearly 12 months because of a drainage problem that occurred during the winter storms of 2013/2014. The…

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News

Beyoncé’s role in new approach to Novena at Galway Cathedral!

Rather than hymns, the faithful may well be bouncing home from the Novena with Beyoncé’s hit Crazy in Love ringing…

Late Late’s leg up for Galway inventor’s sports injury preventor!

AN invention by Galway man Ned Burns to measure and compare leg flexibility to help prevent many recurring sports injuries,…

Banks put the squeeze on Galway families in mortgage arrears

Banks are putting the squeeze on Galway families struggling to repay mortgages, startling new figures reveal. The banks have initiated court…

Four days on a trolley at Galway hospital – then…

A 53 year old Galway man who was admitted to UHG with viral pneumonia spent the next 96 hours on a…

Sport

Galway hurlers make short work of hapless Offaly

Galway 2-22 Offaly 1-13 THE temptation to qualify Galway hurlers’ convincing victory…

Cappataggle's lack of firepower proves costly

Kilburn Gaels     0-11 Cappataggle       0-10 CAPPATAGGLE’S bid to become the first…

Sensational finish sees Connacht into last eight

La Rochelle 20 Connacht 30 THERE is no way of placing value…

Business

Sales success beckons for early risers

The early bird catches the worm, they say – and that’s a phrase that Galway’s Sales Master Minders hold true for their meetings and workshops.…

O’Donnellan & Joyce planning next auction

“When is your next auction?” is the big question from callers to the offices of O’Donnellan & Joyce’ over the past few weeks. The company say…

Lifestyle & Ents

Zita takes on Duchess of Malfi challenge

For a woman taking on the main role in one…

New trad-rock fusion from Iron Mountain

Instrumental rock and Irish traditional music might sound like they…

Galway In Days Gone By

1915 Smeared with tar An extraordinary and wanton attack on three young…

Destress your life and reap benefits

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy meets Clinical Psychologist Clare Gormley and…

Farming

Workshop project to help tackle suicide rise

COMMUNITIES and individuals across the county affected by mental health issues and the ongoing scourge of rural suicide have been…

A new IFA ‘baby’ is born in Cois Fharraige

THE South Connemara rural community of Cois Fharraige made history last week when they formed the 948th branch of IFA…

Opinion

Even great leaders have to live in a mobile world

A Different View with Dave O’Connell The first thing that most…

Brighter days on way but watch out for groundhog

Country Living with Francis Farragher Poor old February might have a…

Offaly hurling on its knees and prospects look bleak

Inside Track with John McIntyre THESE are harrowing times for Offaly…

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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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Zita takes on Duchess of Malfi challenge

For a woman taking on the main role in one of the darkest, most violent plays in English-language th…

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Sales success beckons for early risers

The early bird catches the worm, they say – and that’s a phrase that Galway’s Sales Master Minders h…

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New trad-rock fusion from Iron Mountain

Instrumental rock and Irish traditional music might sound like they belong in two different worlds, …

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Galway depleted for opening round of National League against Meath

GALWAY’S bid to make a winning start to their Division 2 National League campaign against Meath at P…

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South Park pitch more like a bird sanctuary due to…

A city GAA club has been discommoded for almost a year because its local authority owned pitch is su…

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Galway Port faces terminal decline

Grim predictions that Galway Harbour could go into a terminal decline unless a proposed €126 million…

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