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KAVA artists put plastic and print in the spotlight

KAVA artists put plastic and print in the spotlight

The Kinvara based artists’ collective, KAVA, is doing its bit to put the spotlight on the scourge of single-use plastic, with a new exhibition at the Russell Gallery in New Quay. The artworks were created...
Daughters of the Revolution arose from Kate Harris' experience of the Irish maternity services.

Ground-breaking drama aims to create dialogue about experience of childbirth

Daughters of the Revolution, a drama exploring women’s experience of Ireland’s maternity services will be staged at Druid’s Mick Lally Theatre next Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, at 8pm nightly. The three-hander was...
Noriana Kennedy: her session at Salt on Sundays is one of a range of free music events in the city at weekends.

Top-class music sessions to help while away the weekends

If you’re looking to spend the weekend catching some music, there are plenty of session in Galway City to keep you going, with free events occurring across town. Every Friday in The Crane, there’s a...
Galwegians out half Morgan Codyre who landed the winning conversion in their priceless Division 2A victory over Nenagh Ordmond last Friday night.

Revitalised Galwegians snatch the spoils with late show

Galwegians 16   Nenagh Ormond 14 IF a week is a long time in politics, it can sometimes feel like an eternity in sport. Within the space of six days, Galwegians, who had been on a winless...
NUIG defender Sean Mulkerrin celebrates their Sigerson Cup semi-final victory over DIT in Mullingar on Wednesday night.

Galway students close in on first Sigerson Cup triumph since 2003

NUI Galway 2-12 Dublin IT 0-15 NUI Galway footballers moved a big step closer to their first Sigerson Cup triumph since 2003 when holding off a committed Dublin IT challenge in a hard-fought semi-final in Mullingar...
Galway city athlete Gary Thornton who won seven marathons on seven continents in seven days in winning the World Marathon Challenge.

Harsh Irish weather helps to give marathon-man Thornton an edge

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon There are not too many in this neck of the woods who can see the positive side of these harsh winter days of snow and sleet and wind and rain...

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