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Merchants and co-ops asked to be patient as fodder crisis worsens

BY FRANCIS FARRAGHER MERCHANTS, co-ops and financial institutions have been asked to show ‘patience and flexibility’ to farmers enduring their longest and ‘hungriest’ winters...

Magical journey in store with UK guitar virtuoso Jon Gomm

The Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell - tribunegroove@live.ie Using his voice, a guitar and loop pedals, Blackpool-born Jon Gomm is more than just a...

Love and violence in new play that explores troubled history

Arts Week with Judy Murphy - judymurphy@ctribune.ie Days of Darkness, the latest drama from city based community theatre group, Alâ will be staged at...

Businesses in Galway slowest in Ireland to pay their bills

Businesses in Galway are the slowest in Ireland to pay their bills, taking on average of more than 29 days past the due date...

Some Galway chemists charge twice as much for the same drug

Some pharmacies in Galway are charging almost twice as much for the same drugs as their competitors, a shocking survey has revealed. The National...

Galway builder whose company went bust is back in business

A Galway builder who moved to England after his business here collapsed into liquidation in 2011 is set to begin a construction project on...


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