Road closures and thousands without power due to Storm Ali

Thousands of homes across Galway are without power and many roads are impassable due to fallen trees - gusts of 138km/h were recorded at...

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Road closures and thousands without power due to Storm Ali

Thousands of homes across Galway are without power and many roads are impassable due to fallen trees - gusts of 138km/h were recorded at...

Storm Ali to hit Galway with gusts up to 120km/h

Gusts of up to 120km/h are expected in Galway on Wednesday as Storm Ali hits the West coast. The first storm of the season, Ali...

Jilted chef jailed for knife incident on Shop Street

A jilted chef swung a knife about as he walked down Shop Street at the height of the tourist season. Kamil Kowal (26), formerly of...

Ex-publican claims Gardaí ‘kicked and lashed’ door

The former licensee of a city pub claimed the building’s foundations were rocked by a Garda sergeant “kicking and lashing” the front door as...

Listowel joy for two local rising stars of the National Hunt...

THE Galway flag was flying high at the big Listowel festival on Tuesday thanks to the exploits of two young local jockeys and a...

SPORT

Galway jockey Evan Daly shows his delight after Gold Seal was awarded the featured Lartigue Hurdle in the Stewards Room at Listowel on Tuesday.

Listowel joy for two local rising stars of the National Hunt scene

THE Galway flag was flying high at the big Listowel festival on Tuesday thanks to the exploits of two young local jockeys and a...
Connacht scrum half Caolin Blade tries to escape the clutches of Zebre's Matu Tevi during Saturday's PRO14 encounter at the Sportsground. Photo: Joe Shaughnessy.

More like it as Connacht earn bonus point victory over Italians

Connacht 32 Zebre 13 ON the face of it this was a bonus point win over a disjointed, error-strewn and undisciplined Zebre side that brought none...

Companies don’t make the most of subsidised training

More than 1,000 companies in the Galway region availed of subsidised enterprise-led training through Skillnet Networks last year. Skillnet Ireland’s annual report for 2017 highlights...

BUSINESS

Strategic role...Minister Richard Bruton.

Companies don’t make the most of subsidised training

More than 1,000 companies in the Galway region availed of subsidised enterprise-led training through Skillnet Networks last year. Skillnet Ireland’s annual report for 2017 highlights...
The NDRC accelerator programme group at Portershed Galway. Back, from left: Bob Rosenberg, Anthony Shaughnessy, Greg Heaslip, Leo Cullen, Caitriona McGuckian, Victor Miko, John Breslin, Fergus O'Dea, Brian D'Arcy and Alan Costello. Seated: Tracy Leavy, Richard Springer, Wendy Slattery, Maurice O'Gorman and Mary Rodgers. Photo: Mike Shaughnessy.

Fledgling Galway digital businesses get kickstart

Seven exciting new businesses are taking part in the second NDRC (National Digital Research Centre) at the PorterShed programme in Galway, with the 12-week...

Peter’s quest for truth and justice captured in new TG4 series...

Finné, a new documentary series commissioned by TG4, focuses on the human aspect to major Irish stories that have made the headlines over the...

ENTERTAINMENT

Peter Mulryan (right) with Aidan and Catherine Corless and Michael O’Flaherty after Catherine won a People of the Year Award for shining a light on the Tuam Mother and Babies Home.

Peter’s quest for truth and justice captured in new TG4 series Finné

Finné, a new documentary series commissioned by TG4, focuses on the human aspect to major Irish stories that have made the headlines over the...
Academic and Programme Co-ordinator of Clifden Arts Festival, Des Lally, the co-editor of The Gate Theatre, Dublin – Inspiration and Craft, which will be launched at this year's Festival.

Clifden buzzing as 41st Arts Festival kicks off

More than 30,000 visitors of all ages are expected to descend on Clifden for the town’s 41st annual Arts Festival, according to its Creative...

Rising rents will destroy this great city’s soul

Double Vision with Charlie Adley The Swiss couple next to me at PJ McDonagh’s are getting stuck into plates of oysters. Their tweenie son with...

OPINION

Rising rents will destroy this great city’s soul

Double Vision with Charlie Adley The Swiss couple next to me at PJ McDonagh’s are getting stuck into plates of oysters. Their tweenie son with...
Corofin's John Joe Higgins, who at 70 years of age, is still tearing it up on the triathlon scene both at home and abroad.

Ironman Higgins shows no sign of slowing down at the age of 70

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon TRI Lakes triathlete John Joe Higgins – who just last month won his age category in the half-ironman event at...

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 ‘Dangers to morality’ The Most Rev. Dr. Gilmartin, Archbishop of Tuam, has addressed the following letter to Rev. O. Hannon, Adm., Tuam: “Would you kindly...

LIFESTYLE

Children taking part in the fancy dress competition in Kinvara in 1967.

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 ‘Dangers to morality’ The Most Rev. Dr. Gilmartin, Archbishop of Tuam, has addressed the following letter to Rev. O. Hannon, Adm., Tuam: “Would you kindly...
Gearóid’s sisters Karen and Sinéad Mannion who edited his extraordinary schoolboy essays and short stories for the forthcoming book.

Spreading the word

A collection of essays and short stories written by a Clifden schoolboy in the 1980s – and recently found in a cupboard – is...

Dacia dusts down favourite old model for a new look

It’s often about being in the right place at the right time. Sometimes you plan it just right, other times you’re just downright lucky....

MOTORS

The new-look Dacia Duster.

Dacia dusts down favourite old model for a new look

It’s often about being in the right place at the right time. Sometimes you plan it just right, other times you’re just downright lucky....
The Peugeot 508.

Peugeot to plough on with trio of new models

Peugeot welcome a trio of new models that will be launched at the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore next week. More than 300,000 visitors are...
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Road closures and thousands without power due to Storm Ali

Thousands of homes across Galway are without power and many roads are impassable due to fallen trees - gusts of 138km/h were recorded at...

SPORT

Listowel joy for two local rising stars of the National Hunt...

THE Galway flag was flying high at the big Listowel festival on Tuesday thanks to the exploits of two young local jockeys and a...

More like it as Connacht earn bonus point victory over Italians

Connacht 32 Zebre 13 ON the face of it this was a bonus point win over a disjointed, error-strewn and undisciplined Zebre side that brought none...

BUSINESS

Companies don’t make the most of subsidised training

More than 1,000 companies in the Galway region availed of subsidised enterprise-led training through Skillnet Networks last year. Skillnet Ireland’s annual report for 2017 highlights...

Fledgling Galway digital businesses get kickstart

Seven exciting new businesses are taking part in the second NDRC (National Digital Research Centre) at the PorterShed programme in Galway, with the 12-week...

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Galway In Days Gone By

Children taking part in the fancy dress competition in Kinvara in 1967.

Galway In Days Gone By

PROPERTY

LIFESTYLE

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 ‘Dangers to morality’ The Most Rev. Dr. Gilmartin, Archbishop of Tuam, has addressed the following letter to Rev. O. Hannon, Adm., Tuam: “Would you kindly...

Spreading the word

A collection of essays and short stories written by a Clifden schoolboy in the 1980s – and recently found in a cupboard – is...

FARMING

Harvest is in as price and yield improves

Practically a full clearance in the harvesting of all corn crops has been achieved in Galway over recent weeks in what has been one...

Ballinasloe all geared up for its 179th show

BALLINASLOE Horse and Agricultural Show Ltd  will host their 179th Agricultural Show in the local Showgrounds on Sunday, September 23,  starting at 11am. Horse classes:...

MOTORS

Dacia dusts down favourite old model for a new look

It’s often about being in the right place at the right time. Sometimes you plan it just right, other times you’re just downright lucky....

Peugeot to plough on with trio of new models

Peugeot welcome a trio of new models that will be launched at the National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore next week. More than 300,000 visitors are...
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Tuam Babies vigil
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Galway hurlers' homecoming
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Dancers from the Basque Country
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Cruinniú na mBád Festival 2018
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Galway V Clare replay slideshow
02:28
Ladies Day Galway Races 2018
01:39
Omey Races
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GIAF The People Build
01:50
Demolition of the People Build Eyre Square
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Birdmen
01:40
Galway International Arts Festival Gallery
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Museum of the Moon
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Scarecrows
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Barna gorse fire
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Journalism Matters
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St Patrick's Day Parade in Galway
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Three Billboards Outside Connemara
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Storm Eleanor clean up
00:57
Storm Eleanor floods
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Storm Eleanor flooding
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Christmas Day swimmers
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The Westend Christmas lights
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Ó Conaire statue replica unveiling
03:33
Switching on the Christmas lights
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Macnas Parade 2017
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Rally in Athenry supporting Apple
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Galway Hospice Memorial Walk 2017
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Galway hurling minors and seniors homecoming
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The annual Blessing of the Bay
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The Omey Races 2017
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The People Build is demolished
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The People Build at GIAF
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Chariot of the Sea GIAF
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Connemara ambulance protest
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SeaFest at Galway Harbour
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Mine explosion memorial
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Badoiri an Cladaig Salthill
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Fire in Connemara 1
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Dolphin Galway Bay
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Guitarathon
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Gorse fire at Barna
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Claddagh's Black Swan
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St Patrick's Day Parade
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Bishop Casey funeral
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Galway Fest Kayaking
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Lenten Ashes drive-thru
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MADRA Adoption Day
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Quintuplet lambs
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Fr Tony Flannery Mass
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Christmas Market Lights
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Galway Christmas Lights
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