Galway's long serving Geraldine Conneally who is looking forward to another Connacht final against Mayo on Sunday.

Long serving Galway star still relishing the battle

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon If you could bottle the enthusiasm and love of the game that former All-Ireland winner and Galway ladies football midfielder Geraldine Conneally has and put it on the open market...
Gar has been surviving mostly on coffee and cigarettes in the run-up to the Fleadh.

Gary revels in job that lets him share the joy of film

City Lives - Bernie Ní Fhlatharta meets the Programmer of Galway Film Fleadh Gar O’Brien It’s not every day you meet someone who really loves their job, but Gar O’Brien, the Programmer for the Galway...
Eamonn Coghlan... positivity shouldn’t be a negative.

Begrudgery shouldn’t be a national pastime

World of Politics with Harry McGee One of the great Irish books of the last few decades is one that is sadly no longer in print. It was written by the great Aran Islands journalist...
Chairman, of the Galway Race Commitee, Terry Cunningham, with trainer Gordon Elliott and John Moloney, General Manager, Galway Racetrack, at the launch of the Galway Summer Festival at Elliott’s yard in Longwood, Co Meath. Photo: Andrew Downes.

Galway men are no busted flush heading to Thurles

Inside Track with John McIntyre Galway hurling supporters would have travelled to Tullamore last Saturday evening with renewed faith in the team on the back of their explosive finish to the drawn Leinster semi-final, but...
The road to hell . . . on earth – Death Valley, California.

A warm summer so far for Galway and Mother Earth

Country Living with Francis Farragher We’ve had a warm early start to the Summer in Galway and apparently all over the world as well, according to the latest figures released by the National Oceanic and...
The Leaving Cert class of 1964, celebrating the Golden Jubilee of their graduation from Scoil Mhuire, Ballinasloe, on Saturday night in Hayden’s Hotel (back from left) Kitty Molloy, Mary Kelly, Mhuire McLoughlin, Noreen Connaire, Margaret McDonnell, Josephine Cahill, Heather Carr, Nancy Connell and Kathleen Donnellan, with (front) Mary B Kelly, Mary Madden, Ursulla Comertey, Margaret Kelly, Carmel Jennings, Úna Burke, Maura Cleary and Kathleen Cahill.

We are elevating the humble sandwich to new heights

A Different View with Dave O’Connell There was a time when a sandwich was a simple affair….a slice of ham between two pieces of buttered bread – and the height of sophistication was to cut...


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