New group set up to wage war on unfair working conditions

Galway City Tribune - Galway workers, students and community activists are uniting as one to wage war on precarious work. ONE Galway is a new...

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New group set up to wage war on unfair working conditions

Galway City Tribune - Galway workers, students and community activists are uniting as one to wage war on precarious work. ONE Galway is a new...

Airbnb adds to Galway’s housing crisis – councillor

Galway City Tribune - The growth in popularity of online short-term holiday letting websites is worsening the city’s housing shortage, it was claimed this...

Fury over decision to delay South Park sports project

Galway City Tribune - The deferring of a vote in relation to sports developments at South Park has pushed back the project for another...

Campaigners pledge to keep up momentum for city light rail

Galway City Tribune - Campaigners for a light rail system in Galway city may have received a setback to their ambitions last week, but...

Burke and Canning remain sidelined for Galway

Joseph Cooney is a major injury concern for All-Ireland champions Galway as they travel to face Dublin at Parnell Park in what is sure...

SPORT

Galway's Conor Whelan receives treatment during the game against Offaly last Sunday. Photo: Enda Noone.

Burke and Canning remain sidelined for Galway

Joseph Cooney is a major injury concern for All-Ireland champions Galway as they travel to face Dublin at Parnell Park in what is sure...
Moycullen's Patrick Lyons and Isaac Westbrooks of Swords. Photo: INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Moycullen play-off hopes suffer a blow on the road

Swords Thunder 81 Moycullen 61 Moycullen’s postseason playoff hopes suffered a heavy blow on Saturday evening, as a late game scoring drought led to a road...

Dental practice is crowned in glory!

A Galway dental practice was recognised for its longstanding commitment to the highest of standards – after it was named the best in Ireland...

BUSINESS

Dr Paul Moore and Dr Brian Delgado.

Dental practice is crowned in glory!

A Galway dental practice was recognised for its longstanding commitment to the highest of standards – after it was named the best in Ireland...
IEDR Chief Executive David Curtin

Big increase in Galway domains

There were 1,807 new .ie domains registered in Galway in 2017 – representing a jump of 19.5 percent on the previous year, according to...

Night of song in Galway to remember Dolores

The late Dolores O’Riordan will be remembered at a special tribute event in Róisín Dubh in Galway this Sunday night, February 25. The Cranberries singer’s...

ENTERTAINMENT

The late Dolores O'Riordan: to be remembered in Galway.

Night of song in Galway to remember Dolores

The late Dolores O’Riordan will be remembered at a special tribute event in Róisín Dubh in Galway this Sunday night, February 25. The Cranberries singer’s...
Photographer Markus Voetter

Exhibition puts crafts in the frame

Kinvara Area Visual Arts (KAVA) will host an exhibition of portraits by photographer Markus Voetter from Friday March 2 to Sunday March 18 at The...

Amenity plans to give ‘mini’ rugby club a foothold in the...

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Galway Bay Rugby Club – formerly Barna Knocknacarra Rugby Club – may be one     of the youngest sporting entities in...

OPINION

At the launch of the Galway Bay Rugby Club’s Thousandaire fundraiser in O’Reilly’s Bar, Salthill, were: Anthony O’Reilly, sponsor; Brian Harte, club chairperson; Peter McCabe, Connacht Rugby Club prop; Richard Hartmann, of Hartmann’s Jewellers; John Ryan, sponsor from the Ardilaun Hotel; Aengus Burns, sponsor from Grant Thornton; Steve Crosbie of Connacht rugby; Conor Carey, Connacht Rugby; and Jimmy Duffy, forwards coach with Connacht Rugby.

Amenity plans to give ‘mini’ rugby club a foothold in the community

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Galway Bay Rugby Club – formerly Barna Knocknacarra Rugby Club – may be one     of the youngest sporting entities in...
Charlie Adley

Has progress destroyed our loos?

Double Vision with Charlie Adley I was on the side of the road, in the middle of nowhere between Sydney and Melbourne. Must have been...

All bets should be off as gambling menace grows

Country Living with Francis Farragher I’ve never quite mastered the art of ‘minding money’ and after spending the best part of four decades on the...

LIFESTYLE

All bets should be off as gambling menace grows

Country Living with Francis Farragher I’ve never quite mastered the art of ‘minding money’ and after spending the best part of four decades on the...
The Bermuda Showband from Loughrea pictured at Silver Strand in 1967. Among the line-up were Brendan Shaughnessy (Vocals), John Colohan (Lead Guitar), Larry Cooley (Second Guitar), John Small (Bass), Noel Donnellan (Trunmpet), Donal Herlihy (Sax/Clarinet), Benedict Donnellan (Trombone) and Paddy Fallon (Drums).

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 House tarred A startling occurrence is reported from Athenry, where, on Wednesday night week, the house of Mrs. K. O’Neill, The Square, was tarred. Mrs....

Opel Combo Life will suit most families

Opel has set its sights on delivering even more vehicles with the launch of their true all-rounder, the new Opel Combo Life. As a...

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The new Opel Combo Life.

Opel Combo Life will suit most families

Opel has set its sights on delivering even more vehicles with the launch of their true all-rounder, the new Opel Combo Life. As a...
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Ford Fiesta gets better and better

For more than 40 years the Ford Fiesta has been a mainstay mode of transport with Irish buyers. Through the years in all its...
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New group set up to wage war on unfair working conditions

Galway City Tribune - Galway workers, students and community activists are uniting as one to wage war on precarious work. ONE Galway is a new...

SPORT

Burke and Canning remain sidelined for Galway

Joseph Cooney is a major injury concern for All-Ireland champions Galway as they travel to face Dublin at Parnell Park in what is sure...

Moycullen play-off hopes suffer a blow on the road

Swords Thunder 81 Moycullen 61 Moycullen’s postseason playoff hopes suffered a heavy blow on Saturday evening, as a late game scoring drought led to a road...

BUSINESS

Dental practice is crowned in glory!

A Galway dental practice was recognised for its longstanding commitment to the highest of standards – after it was named the best in Ireland...

Big increase in Galway domains

There were 1,807 new .ie domains registered in Galway in 2017 – representing a jump of 19.5 percent on the previous year, according to...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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LIFESTYLE

All bets should be off as gambling menace grows

Country Living with Francis Farragher I’ve never quite mastered the art of ‘minding money’ and after spending the best part of four decades on the...

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 House tarred A startling occurrence is reported from Athenry, where, on Wednesday night week, the house of Mrs. K. O’Neill, The Square, was tarred. Mrs....

FARMING

Learner drivers won’t have room for a qualified person beside them...

PROPOSED new laws in relation to learner drivers could end up crippling the agricultural contracting industry as well as ‘pulverising’ small farmers across the...

Low uptake on fodder transport scheme

COMPLETED application forms for the fodder transport subsidy are expected to start trickling through over the coming weeks as many farmers try to source...

MOTORS

Opel Combo Life will suit most families

Opel has set its sights on delivering even more vehicles with the launch of their true all-rounder, the new Opel Combo Life. As a...

Ford Fiesta gets better and better

For more than 40 years the Ford Fiesta has been a mainstay mode of transport with Irish buyers. Through the years in all its...
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