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Charlie Adley

Writing all about having nothing to say

Double Vision with Charlie Adley “Howya Charlie!” “Well hello Seamus!” “You recognised my voice! Fair play to you!” “Well, you have a very, erm, how can I say, individual voice mate. What can I do for you? How...
The Galway edition of the Historic Towns Atlas, pubilshed by the Royal Irish Academy, Jacinta Prunty of Maynooth University, who co-authored the collection, will be speaking at this year's Heritage Conference.

Free heritage conference puts focus on maps and art

The seventh annual Galway City Heritage Conference will take place on Saturday, June 24, in the Harbour Hotel, Galway City. It includes several discussions of special local interest.  They include a talk on the recently...
Fine Gael Party leader Enda Kenny drumming up support while on a General Election walkabout in Eyre Square in April 2007

Kenny’s fondness for Galway – and the city’s golden girls

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley Like many ‘Mayos’, perhaps bored with the back of beyond, Enda Kenny was drawn to Galway. And, as the first West of Ireland Taoiseach,...

Merlin to UHG shuttle bus service to be expanded

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The HSE is to further develop off-site parking for visitors and staff at UHG The matter has been raised at HSE Regional Health forum level. The executive says it currently runs...
Galway’s Shane Walsh eyes up his options against Roscommon's Conor Devaney during Sunday's Connacht football final at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway are left reeling as resurgent Roscommon pull off surprise triumph

THE cheers of the Roscommon fans were echoing around the tunnel underneath the stand at Pearse Stadium as Galway players walked silently back into their dressingroom with only the thought of at least one...

Galway City’s traffic control system gears up for driverless cars

Galway City Council has put to tender a contract for the upgrade and continued maintenance of the city’s traffic control system – the most innovative system currently in operation in Ireland. Works are set...


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