Galway U-21 football team manager Gerry Fahy.

Galway U-21 boss is no longer a slave to winning silverware

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon SOME people live in a black and white world but not Glinsk native and current Galway U-21 football manager Gerry Fahy. For sport and indeed life don’t always operate within...
Charlie Adley

The Academy Award for best exposed bum goes …. to me!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Rather than dwelling on an imbecilic cock-up concerning envelopes and selfie-obsessed idiots at last week’s Academy Awards, I prefer to remember the fantastic films nominated in 1995. Both ‘Pulp Fiction’...
A book chronicling the story of Connacht’s survival battles to become Pro12 champions last season has been added to the library at Áras an Uachtaráin. ‘Connacht – The Team That Refused To Die’ is written by John Fallon of Media West (Ireland) in conjunction with Inpho Photography. Pictured at the presentation of the book to President Michael D Higgins at a reception at Áras an Uachtaráin is Billy Stickland of Inpho Photography and his wife Lisa Pereira (left), and John Fallon and his wife Clare.

Letting nature give your body clock a helping hand

A Different View with Dave O’Connell I’ve often had a theory that, if you wanted teenagers to function like the rest of us, you’d need to move their clock forward by about three hours so...
Triumphant....Sinn Fein top brass Michelle O'Neill, Mary Lou McDonald and Gerry Adams with the party's new MLA for West Belfast Órlaithí Flynn.

‘Croc’ jibes crock DUP in North’s latest struggle

World of Politics with Harry McGee – The problem with describing your opponents as “crocodiles” in an election campaign is you run the risk of them subsequently gobbling you up. In one of the most...
Sarsfields' Siobhan McGrath is chased by Josie McMullan of Slaughtneil during Sunday's All-Ireland Club senior camogie final at Croke Park. Photo: Tommy Grealy/Inpho.

Galway need clinical streak to break free from the pack

Inside Track with John McIntyre NO matter how you dress it up, it’s difficult to come to any other conclusion . . . that was a bad result for Galway footballers at Pairc Tailteann last...
City councillor, Padraig Conneely (left), is distraught at the fact he hasn’t had the opportunioty to butt heads with the Saolta University Hospital Group chief, Maurice Power (right) in a public forum.

Pádraig, Maurice: Galway hospitals’ Tom and Jerry

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley The game of cat and mouse between City Councillor Pádraig Conneely, and Maurice Power, the head of Saolta University Hospital Group, is an entertaining...


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