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‘Brirish’ – two languages joined as one, now, so!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Twenty very odd years ago years ago I was ensconced in Pádraicín’s bar in Furbo, relating a heinous anecdote to my good friends The Body and Blitz. “Whereabouts was this in...

Man sets up home in grounds of City Hall

Galway’s homeless crisis landed literally on Galway City Council’s doorstep this week when a man set up camp at their College Road offices. The man, who came with a sleeping bag and sought shelter under...
Students Èabha, Lauryn and David, from Scòil Pàdraig Naofa, Cregmore, with Cushla Dromgool-Regan of the Marine Institute (left) and artist Louise Manifold.

Art project exploring secrets of the ocean

TULCA Festival of Visual art is collaborating with artist Louise Manifold and the Galway Marine Institute in Rinville for a special project as part of this year’s Sea-Fest, which will kick off in late...
Margaret Hickey.

Exploring Irish food and its role in history

Food writer Margaret Hickey will be giving a reading and answering food-related questions in Charlie Byrne's at 6.30pm this Friday. There'll be a glass of wine and some wonderful home-made sausage rolls for guests, plus...
Galway captain David Burke who is struggling to recover in time from a thumb injury for Sunday's National League quarter-final.

No shadow boxing expected as Galway host Waterford in league quarter-final

GALWAY’s hearts may have lifted when they won the toss to host Sunday’s National Hurling League quarter-final at Pearse Stadium (4pm), but a word of warning . . . opponents Waterford haven’t suffered from...
Outgoing Duggan Park Committee Chairman Christy Browne who has maintained the Ballinasloe stadium could be upgraded for less than €200,000.

Eager to develop Duggan Park into top modern-day GAA venue

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon OUTGOING Duggan Park Committee (Ballinasloe) Chairman Christy Browne believed the report commissioned following his resignation and that of his committee, which highlighted breaches of governance in Galway GAA, can bring...

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