Labour Party is FOI-cking everything up!

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column by Dara Bradley The Labour Party really is alienating everyone these days. Workers, the unemployed, sick, students, the squeezed middle classes, rich, drinkers,...

Tom’s missionary zeal for the wonders of science

City Lives - Denise McNamara meets Tom Hyland, Chairman of Galway Science & Technology Festival When we meet for coffee one rainy Wednesday afternoon, Tom Hyland has just arrived back from the funeral of...

You think you’ve lost touch until life happens!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Got a text from my mate in Yorkshire. “Call me.” We’d almost lost touch. Back in the mid-80s, we’d been fairly inseparable, in what today they’d call a ‘bromance’....

Poisonous abuse of players cannot be allowed continue

Inside Track with Ciaran Tierney Leaving the press area under the Cusack Stand after the Galway minor hurlers had lost their All-Ireland final at Croke Park back in September; it was interesting to chat...

Technology brings us closer to a world without people

A Different View with Dave O’Connell We are moving inexorably closer to a world without human contact, where you can carry on most of your day-to-day business without ever laying eyes on another face....

Shutting out the media will damage GAA in the long term

Talking Sport - Stephen Glennon argues change in attitude towards the press is detrimental to the Association  Former Cork goalkeeper, All-Ireland winner, All-Star and Sunday Game analyst Donal Óg Cusack wrote a very interesting...


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