Galway was clearly saying no to something – but what was it?

It was shortly before lunchtime on Sunday that the raggle-tag band of protestors made their way across from the Cathedral towards the Salmon Weir Bridge – almost sheepish for the paucity of their numbers...

Talented Galway kickboxer on the trail of World title fight

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon EUROPEAN kickboxing champion Gary Manogue has certainly been making a name for himself in the sport on the international scene but on Sunday, May 26, in the Clayton Hotel,...

Hisashi’s raw talent draws in the diners

City Lives - Denise McNamars meets chef Hisashi Kumagai, an expert in the art of sushi Hisashi Kumagai has become synonymous with sushi in the city but he is actually a classically trained French...

Don’t hold your breath for banking inquiry to uncover any shocking insight into crisis

Political World with Harry McGee - Someone who is 28 now would have been twelve when the Moriarty and Mahon Tribunals of Inquiry began their work in 1997. And unless they were complete...

Footballers must get bitter for big test against Mayo

THERE was no hope a month ago, but there is some hope now – and, ironically, the change of mood among the local football fraternity has nothing to do with the Galway senior team...

Politicians will drive you to drink faster than advertising ever could

We’re a great nation to use a sledgehammer to crack a nut – an approach clearly illustrated in the latest effort by some politicians to take drink sponsorship out of sport. ...


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