Public invited to make submissions Sportsground plans

Connacht Rugby have launched a public consultation process as part of its recently announced €30 million Sportsground redevelopment project. And they do so buoyed by...

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Public invited to make submissions Sportsground plans

Connacht Rugby have launched a public consultation process as part of its recently announced €30 million Sportsground redevelopment project. And they do so buoyed by...

Councillor calls for less negativity on Galway 2020

A county councillor has complained that his city counterparts are engaged in too much negativity in relation to Galway city and county’s European Capital...

Residents take to filling in potholes themselves

Galway motorists are so driven to distraction by the state of the county’s crumbling roads – they’re fixing potholes themselves! Residents in Clarinbridge have taken...

Christmas lights come down again – after organisers forget parade!

Christmas came early to the city this year – only to be cancelled again in the same week. The engineering contractor hired by the Galway...

Having ended Ulster ‘jinx’, Connacht turn attention to addressing record in...

By John Fallon Connacht have knocked down many barriers in recent years, their first win in Belfast since 1960 over Ulster a couple of weeks...

SPORT

Peter McCabe and Shane Delahunt, who impressed in the front-row for Connacht against Bordeaux-Begles on Saturday. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Having ended Ulster ‘jinx’, Connacht turn attention to addressing record in England

By John Fallon Connacht have knocked down many barriers in recent years, their first win in Belfast since 1960 over Ulster a couple of weeks...
The Galway WFC and Shelbourne teams take to the pitch before the start of the WNL U-17 League Final in Drom. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway girls come up just short in U-17 League final

Galway WFC 0 Shelbourne WFC 2 The achievement in getting to the Continental Tyres Womens National League U-17 Final was notable, but unfortunately for Galway WFC...

Galway companies can avail of accountancy apprenticeship

Companies in Galway can boost their finance teams by participating in the Accounting Technician Apprenticeship, an ‘earn-as-you-learn’, work-based study programme – with tuition costs...

BUSINESS

At the launch of Ireland’s first accountancy apprenticeship programme were the now-former Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton, Accounting apprentice Alexander O’Toole and Gillian Doherty, Chief Operations Officer of Accounting Technicians Ireland.

Galway companies can avail of accountancy apprenticeship

Companies in Galway can boost their finance teams by participating in the Accounting Technician Apprenticeship, an ‘earn-as-you-learn’, work-based study programme – with tuition costs...
John Power, Aerogen CEO and Founder

Aerogen’s expansion in Galway

One of the success stories of Galway’s thriving medical devices sector has announced a major expansion – on the double. Aerogen has already started work...

Saint Sister’s Galway gig a must for true believers

By Cian O'Connell In the last month, Irish duo Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre have toured North America, headlined the Olympia Theatre and released their...

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Saint Sister...Galway gig.

Saint Sister’s Galway gig a must for true believers

By Cian O'Connell In the last month, Irish duo Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre have toured North America, headlined the Olympia Theatre and released their...
Adventurer Damian Browne following his solo crossing of the Atlantic in February.

Reaching new horizons at Connemara Sea Week

Arts Week with Judy Murphy The first Irishman to climb Mount Everest, Dawson Stelfox, will be in Connemara on October Bank Holiday weekend to take...

No barbs for canvassers as campaign trail remains civil

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley  Well done to anyone canvassing for the various presidential candidates in the upcoming election. Getting...

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No barbs for canvassers as campaign trail remains civil

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column with Dara Bradley  Well done to anyone canvassing for the various presidential candidates in the upcoming election. Getting...
1972 Olympic Games marathon champion, Frank Shorter (USA) addressing athletes at Run Galway Bay recently.

The man credited with igniting the running boom in the US

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon In 1972, American long-distance runner Frank Shorter lit up the sporting landscape when he claimed the gold medal in the...

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Shooting outrage From further particulars regarding the firing at Mr. J.G. Alcorn, J.P., Kilroe House, Headford, while on his way to Mass at Currandulla, it...

LIFESTYLE

Boys from Clifden pictured with Most Rev Dr Joseph Cunnane, Archbishop of Tuam, after he administered the Sacrament of Confirmation in May 1972.

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Shooting outrage From further particulars regarding the firing at Mr. J.G. Alcorn, J.P., Kilroe House, Headford, while on his way to Mass at Currandulla, it...

Resign yourselves to enjoy those pockets of lazy cheer

Country Living with Francis Farragher There are few of us country boys who could field any insult bar that of laziness. Yet, the more I...

Land Rover and Jaguar set for return to the West

As we enter the last quarter of 2018 it’s great to have some very positive news with regard to the Jaguar and Land Rover...

MOTORS

Robert Bradley, Lyons of Limerick Jaguar Land Rover (left); and Adrian McMahon, Sales Manager, Lyons of Limerick Jaguar Land Rover.

Land Rover and Jaguar set for return to the West

As we enter the last quarter of 2018 it’s great to have some very positive news with regard to the Jaguar and Land Rover...
The SKODA KAROQ.

Thirsty engine is only downside to very impressive model SKODA KAROQ

There’s little not to like about the SKODA KAROQ. Germinating from the Volkswagen family-designed medium SUV under the SKODA badge – others being the...
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Public invited to make submissions Sportsground plans

Connacht Rugby have launched a public consultation process as part of its recently announced €30 million Sportsground redevelopment project. And they do so buoyed by...

SPORT

Having ended Ulster ‘jinx’, Connacht turn attention to addressing record in...

By John Fallon Connacht have knocked down many barriers in recent years, their first win in Belfast since 1960 over Ulster a couple of weeks...

Galway girls come up just short in U-17 League final

Galway WFC 0 Shelbourne WFC 2 The achievement in getting to the Continental Tyres Womens National League U-17 Final was notable, but unfortunately for Galway WFC...

BUSINESS

Galway companies can avail of accountancy apprenticeship

Companies in Galway can boost their finance teams by participating in the Accounting Technician Apprenticeship, an ‘earn-as-you-learn’, work-based study programme – with tuition costs...

Aerogen’s expansion in Galway

One of the success stories of Galway’s thriving medical devices sector has announced a major expansion – on the double. Aerogen has already started work...

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Galway In Days Gone By

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Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Shooting outrage From further particulars regarding the firing at Mr. J.G. Alcorn, J.P., Kilroe House, Headford, while on his way to Mass at Currandulla, it...

Resign yourselves to enjoy those pockets of lazy cheer

Country Living with Francis Farragher There are few of us country boys who could field any insult bar that of laziness. Yet, the more I...

FARMING

1,500 tonnes of tyres left for recyling in big farm clean-up

AN estimated 1,500 tonnes of unwanted tyres on Galway farms were collected for recycling on Saturday last in Athenry Mart as part of a...

Suckler scheme: a step in the right direction

GETTING a bigger and better weanling from a smaller and more feed efficient cow, seems to be the long-term strategy behind the latest suckler...

MOTORS

Land Rover and Jaguar set for return to the West

As we enter the last quarter of 2018 it’s great to have some very positive news with regard to the Jaguar and Land Rover...

Thirsty engine is only downside to very impressive model SKODA KAROQ

There’s little not to like about the SKODA KAROQ. Germinating from the Volkswagen family-designed medium SUV under the SKODA badge – others being the...
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