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. ...

Capturing Cúirt’s magic on camera

Connacht Tribune photographer Joe O’Shaughnessy has been covering the Cúirt International Festival of Literature since it was first held 1986 in Galway City, when it was exclusively dedicated to poetry. Since...

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

1913 Strike settledWe are pleased to announce that, after a struggle lasting over a month, the strike of labourers in Galway has been settled. On Wednesday evening, Mr. N.S. Reyntins, Chief Industrial Commissioners’ Dept,...

Men’s Sheds – a space to forge new friendships

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy hears about a movement for men that is spreading all over the county The differences between men and women are many and well documented – and one of the most...

Floored by ME – the condition that defies diagnosis

Sleeping problems, headaches, and constant pain in my body like broken razor blades were being pulled through the inside of my veins,” is how Des Doherty from Woodlawn describes the impact of Mylagic Encephalomyelitis...

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

1913 Frightening visitors At the Galway Urban Council, Mr. R.W. Simmons, photographer, came before the Council and said he wanted to make a few observations as to the statements and articles appearing in a...

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