Decision looms on outline plans for new ‘Ceannt Quarter’

Galway City Tribune - A decision is looming from CIE management on outline proposals for the development of ‘Ceannt Station Quarter’ – a project which will cost several hundred million euro and shape the...

First steps taken in plan to overhaul Galway City’s pedestrianised zone

Galway City Tribune - The first step in a long-awaited plan to overhaul the pedestrianised thoroughfare through the city has begun. Irish Water has started to mark out manholes on the sewer ahead of calling...

No rental properties available in Galway within State support limits

Galway City Tribune - Increases in the limits for State supports for people renting in Galway City have been wiped out by spiralling market rents, according to a new report. A snapshot study by Simon...
The Maree BC side which retained its Super League status with back-to-back wins at the weekend. Back row, from left: Mary Rockall (manager), John Finn (coach), Padraig Burke, Eoin Rockall, Corey Hammell, Kenneth Hansberry, Charlie Crowley, Enda Walsh, Jamelle Tolliver, Alin Costache, and Mike Lynch (assistant coach). Front: Jim Crowley, Stephen Commins, Colm O’Hagan, Cathal Finn, and John Burke.

Maree win thriller to secure their Super League status

Eanna 102 Maree 113 Maree secured their Super League status for next season when coming out on top in a double overtime thriller in Templeogue on Saturday night. They looked to have the job done in regulation...
NUIG President Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh; NUIG researcher and Árainn native, Dr Deirdre Ní Chonghaile; members of Mná Fiontracha and Árainn natives, Áine Uí Fhlaithearta agus Bairbre Uí Chonghaile; and NUIG researcher and exhibition curator, Síobhra Aiken. pictured with items from the Máirtín Ó Direáin exhibition at NUIG’s Hardiman Building.

New exhibition at NUIG offers fresh insight into poet Máirtín Ó Direáin

Iconic Irish language poet Máirtín Ó Direáin is the subject of a new exhibition at NUIG, which marks the 30th anniversary of his death in March 1988. Curated by Síobhra Aiken, a PhD researcher...
Majella Kelly

Two Galway writers make the shortlist for Hennessy Awards

Two Galway writers have been shortlisted for this year’s annual Hennessy Literary awards, which will take place in Dublin next Wednesday. Majella Kelly from Tuam has been shortlisted in the Best Emerging Poetry section for...


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