Data protection frustrating efforts to tackle illegal dumping

Data protection red tape is blocking those trying to tackle the scourge of illegal dumping, a meeting of County Galway Joint Policing Committee (JPC)...

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Data protection frustrating efforts to tackle illegal dumping

Data protection red tape is blocking those trying to tackle the scourge of illegal dumping, a meeting of County Galway Joint Policing Committee (JPC)...

Galway libraries owed €50,000 in fines before abolition

Galway’s libraries were owed more than €50,000 in late fees when fines were scrapped earlier this year. It was revealed last month that fines were...

Community leaders campaign to attract jobs

Around 60 acres of IDA-owned land in north and east Galway remains unoccupied by any major employer – even though they in the heartland...

Former St Brigid’s ‘offers alternative’ for Galway Hospice

A renewed campaign has been launched to encourage Galway Hospice to relocate to the old St Brigid’s Hospital in Ballinasloe. A former government minister and...

United fans to take to the streets for start of season

Galway United fans are planning to ‘Reclaim the Dyke’ with a supporters’ march to Eamonn Deacy Park ahead of their opening game in the...

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Kevin Horgan pictured with Galway United manager, Alan Murphy, after his return to the club following a two-year stint with Shamrock Rovers.

United fans to take to the streets for start of season

Galway United fans are planning to ‘Reclaim the Dyke’ with a supporters’ march to Eamonn Deacy Park ahead of their opening game in the...
Strong tackling by Gavin O'Leary of Merlin Woods/Medtronic on Athenry's Stephen Cunningham as Joe Gibbs awaits the outcome when the teams met in the Galway Football League Premier Division at Raheen on Saturday. Photos: KENNEDY/EIREFOTO

Comfortable wins for the Premier Division top two

By Mike Rafferty For 24 hours at the weekend Athenry took over the leadership of the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier Division with a comfortable success...

New jobs boost for Galway

A Galway-based technology start-up this week announced a significant expansion of its operations – creating 45 new jobs over the next three years. The jobs...

BUSINESS

Joulica Foundes Joe Smith, CEO Tony McCormac and Diarmuid Leonard (second right) with Ministers Heather Humphreys and Sean Kyne at this week's expansion announcement.

New jobs boost for Galway

A Galway-based technology start-up this week announced a significant expansion of its operations – creating 45 new jobs over the next three years. The jobs...
Dermot Carey, Director of Safety and Training with

Construction sector’s call-out in quest to attract more women

The Construction Industry Federation – and women from a number of its member companies – have issued an appeal to secondary level girls to...

Stage set for new works as Theatre 57 launches monthly gatherings

The new theatre collective Theatre 57 which was launched in the City’s Biteclub last month, returns to the Abbeygate Street venue next week for...

ENTERTAINMENT

Little John Nee will be performing his show, Small Halls and Potholes next Friday night in Galway's Electric.

Stage set for new works as Theatre 57 launches monthly gatherings

The new theatre collective Theatre 57 which was launched in the City’s Biteclub last month, returns to the Abbeygate Street venue next week for...
Harpsichordist Benjamin Alard and Baroque violinist Claire Duff who will be performing Jane's new work as part of a tour celebrating Bach's music.

Composer Jane to introduce new work in Clifden

It’s busy times for Galway-based composer Jane O’Leary whose music will be performed across Ireland and in New York over the coming weeks. First...

Councillors cleaning up sh*te is a full-time job

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley Who’d be a Galway City Councillor? All they seem to be doing lately is...

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Councillors cleaning up sh*te is a full-time job

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley Who’d be a Galway City Councillor? All they seem to be doing lately is...

It takes time to slow and see the world

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Standing outside my new house I look around and know the views are beautiful. I also know that at the...

Life on the bus is just the business!

Lifestyle - It was once a school bus working the busy streets of London, but hard work and vision turned an old double-decker into...

LIFESTYLE

Richard Barton and his Wild Atlantic Bus. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy

Life on the bus is just the business!

Lifestyle - It was once a school bus working the busy streets of London, but hard work and vision turned an old double-decker into...
The 1960s Galway Intermediate Hurling Team. Back row, from left, Johnny Callinan, Pat Quinn, Martin Broderick, Jim Daly, Ambrose Gordon, Joe McTigue, Kieran O’Connor, Fintan Connaire, Noel Thomas. Front row, from left, Michael Lynch, Joe Cunniffe, Mike Curtin, Mick King, Paddy Shields, Andy Furey, Jim Donohue.

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Unlawful assembly A Special Court was held on Saturday at Eglinton-street barracks, Galway, before Mr. J. B. K. Hill, R.M., at which Patrick Coyne, Michael...

Mercedes-Benz aims for the younger generation

Mercedes-Benz is giving added emphasis to its goal of attracting a younger generation of motorists with the arrival of its new B-Class. They say that...

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Mercedes-Benz aims for the younger generation

Mercedes-Benz is giving added emphasis to its goal of attracting a younger generation of motorists with the arrival of its new B-Class. They say that...
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New Mustang now available

It’s one of the most epic car chases in movie history. Almost 10 minutes long, the sequence in the Warner Bros film, Bullitt, follows...
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Data protection frustrating efforts to tackle illegal dumping

Data protection red tape is blocking those trying to tackle the scourge of illegal dumping, a meeting of County Galway Joint Policing Committee (JPC)...

SPORT

United fans to take to the streets for start of season

Galway United fans are planning to ‘Reclaim the Dyke’ with a supporters’ march to Eamonn Deacy Park ahead of their opening game in the...

Comfortable wins for the Premier Division top two

By Mike Rafferty For 24 hours at the weekend Athenry took over the leadership of the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier Division with a comfortable success...

BUSINESS

New jobs boost for Galway

A Galway-based technology start-up this week announced a significant expansion of its operations – creating 45 new jobs over the next three years. The jobs...

Construction sector’s call-out in quest to attract more women

The Construction Industry Federation – and women from a number of its member companies – have issued an appeal to secondary level girls to...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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Life on the bus is just the business!

Lifestyle - It was once a school bus working the busy streets of London, but hard work and vision turned an old double-decker into...

Galway In Days Gone By

1919 Unlawful assembly A Special Court was held on Saturday at Eglinton-street barracks, Galway, before Mr. J. B. K. Hill, R.M., at which Patrick Coyne, Michael...

FARMING

Beef crisis is only show in town

THE ongoing crisis in the beef sector dominated the debate at last week’s Galway IFA AGM that was addressed by National President,  Joe Healy...

NUI Galway study aims to equip farms with the know-how to...

A NUMBER of Galway farmers are taking part in an NUIG project aimed at improving their resilience to climate change over the coming years. Researchers...

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Mercedes-Benz aims for the younger generation

Mercedes-Benz is giving added emphasis to its goal of attracting a younger generation of motorists with the arrival of its new B-Class. They say that...

New Mustang now available

It’s one of the most epic car chases in movie history. Almost 10 minutes long, the sequence in the Warner Bros film, Bullitt, follows...
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Sharon Shannon Honorary conferring
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Storm Callum Galway
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Journalism Matters
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Storm Eleanor flooding
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The People Build at GIAF
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