Enda Kenny, pictured here in Galway some years ago, stepped down as Taoiseach this week, and immediately changed his job description on Twitter. Perhaps his Fine Gael colleague in Galway Frank Fahy should do the same. Photo: Joe Shaughnessy.

Councillors knock Noel in a rules protest walk-out

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley Noel Larkin’s year in the mayoral hot seat is fast descending into farce. For many – and possibly even for the man himself –...
Charlie Adley

Truth comes in fifty shades of grey

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Galway's Heather Cooney and Cork's Briege Corkery in action in the 2015 Championship.

Cooney says mindset of players needs to be right

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Dave O'Connell

Shouldn’t we be first of our kind instead of an imitation?

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Changing of the guard...Enda Kenny and Leo Varadkar on a seismic week for both.

Varadkar can make history with his future not his past

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Charlie Adley

Writing all about having nothing to say

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