Oonagh on the scent of success with doggie care

People could be forgiven for thinking that Oonagh O’Brien was barking mad when she decided to quit a career with a six-figure salary to set up a daycare and training centre for dogs. ...

Galway In Days Gone By – A Browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Strike continuesThe Galway strike has now reached an acute stage. Although up to the present, the utmost good order has prevailed, there is a good deal of patient and uncomplaining suffering that does...

Adventures of a young writer in Galway during the 1970s

Arts Week by Judy Murphy Belfast-born poet and critic Gerald Dawe, Director of the Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing at TCD, recalls life in Galway and the publication of his first book in...

Staying local makes butcher Justin a cut above the rest

It’s as modern and pristine a butcher’s shop as you would see in the most urban shopping centre, but Justin Flannery’s outlet in Peterswell just outside Gort is also old fashioned in the...

Galway In Time Gone By

1913 Clever ruseAn interesting story of how the police outwitted poteen makers in Connemara was disclosed at a Special Court in Connemara, when Tom Carter, Mucknigh, was fined £6 for being concerned in illicit...

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

 1913 Manhunt in the mountainsThree weeks ago, a man named Thomas Lydon, Carraroe, was waylaid by two men and brutally assaulted. In consequence of information received, the police endeavoured to arrest two men –...


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