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AC/DC tribute band IE/DC.

Prepare to be thunderstruck by tribute show from IE/DC

Rock music reached something of a peak with AC/DC – the Australian’s rockers’ music hasn’t aged, and they remain as popular as ever. The riffs from Highway to Hell and Back in Black, the choruses...
Noel Lane during his days as Galway team manager.ey will be ready too. We know that we have to be prepared for anything that’s thrown at us.

Ex-great Lane has big hopes for men of the West

THERE’S one word and one principle that three times All-Ireland winner, Noel Lane, keeps on harking back to when it comes to Galway hurling and that’s consistency. Like everyone following the great dream of Galway...

Residents’ anger at proposal to create access route through cul de sac

A proposal to create an access route through an already congested cul de sac in Renmore has met with fierce opposition from agitated residents – with fears surrounding traffic and access for emergency vehicles...
Aoife Sheehy, right, from Dunmore Community School, races ahead of Ellen McGeough, Sligo Grammar School, in winning the Senior Girls 400m Hurdle.

Local athletes sparkle at the Connacht track and field finals

THERE were several notable Galway performances at the Irish Life Health Connacht Schools Track and Field finals held in Athlone last Thursday. In the boys events, among the highlights were the sprints. Jack Dempsey of...
Hildegarde Naughton (FG) and Catherine Connolly (Ind), who have both declined the latest €2,707 annual salary increase awarded to Dáil deputies.

Viewers short-changed as RTÉ interviews short

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley Presenters on RTÉ, the national broadcaster, are forever cutting interviews short.  Be it on radio or television, when it comes to news and current...
Galway United's Ronan Murray takes on Finn Harps' Patrick McCourt and Ethan Boyle during Friday night's Premier Division tie at Eamonn Deacy Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Tribesmen aiming for home win over Bohemians to ease relegation worries

GALWAY United will hope for a return to home comforts this Friday night when they host fellow strugglers Bohemians in Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm) looking for the win that would lift them out of...


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