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Two of the cars destroyed at St Patrick's Avenue.

Eyre Square arson attack causes €25,000 worth of damage to cars

Four parked cars were destroyed in an arson attack on a laneway off Eyre Square at the weekend. An estimated €25,000 worth of damage was caused in the fire, which was started at around 1am...
Paul Cluskey, who is organising an arts fair in the city in August, and is inviting submissions form interested artists.

Submissions invited for city art fair in August

Galway artists have been invited to make submissions for inclusion in an art fair that will take place in the city this August. Connections Art Fair has asked professional contemporary artists to submit work for...
Here’s a photograph of a Galway City Councillor posing with a potential future Taoiseach of our country. And here’s one of Pádraig Conneely, and his Fine Gael colleague, Leo Varadkar.

Tom, get it right – Mary is no lady of the night!

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column by Dara Bradley Mary Hoade, the Galway County Councillor, has been a member of the HSE West Regional Health Forum for donkey’s years. She even goes back...
Charlie Adley

If you’re feeling confused, read despots for dummies!

We all might be dead by the time you read this.  “Aha!” you say, “You’re wrong there, because if I’m dead I can’t be reading anything at all!” That just shows you’re confused. Anything is...
Galway United's Colm Horgan clears his lines against St Patrick's Athletic during the clubs' Premier Division tie at Eamonn Deacy Park last Friday night.

United aiming to build on EA Sports Cup progress in league tie with Limerick

VINNY Faherty found the net twice the last time Galway United and Limerick FC met in the league, and United fans will be hoping that he will fill his boots again tonight when Shane...
Galway defender Adrian Tuohy breaking away from Limerick's Gearóid Hegarty during Sunday's National League semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds.

Galway hurlers continue to build up a big head of steam

Inside Track with John McIntyre THE silence told its own story. The Limerick supporters simply don’t believe in their team as there was hardly a murmur of excitement when captain Diarmuid Byrnes led his men...


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