New Government agency to drive Dyke Road redevelopment

Galway City Tribune - A massive redevelopment plan for the Dyke Road area – likely to include residential units, student accommodation and commercial units...

NEWS

The Dyke Road car park and Black Box: new plans are to be drawn up.

New Government agency to drive Dyke Road redevelopment

Galway City Tribune - A massive redevelopment plan for the Dyke Road area – likely to include residential units, student accommodation and commercial units...

Galway Civic Trust rocked by sexual harassment complaints

Galway City Tribune - Multiple claims of sexual harassment of an employee of Galway Civic Trust have been reported to the charity’s Board of...

HIV diagnoses on the rise in Galway

Galway City Tribune - A Galway agency has warned that the number of people diagnosed with HIV is on track to rise this year...

Back to the drawing board for Gaelcarrig Park housing proposal

Galway City Tribune - The backer of plans for nearly 70 new homes on a site between Gaelcarrig Park and Carn Ard in the...

County champions have no answer to St. Thomas’

FORMER All-Ireland club champions St Thomas’ look the team to beat as the Galway senior hurling title race continues the sorting out process ahead...

SPORT

Liam Mellows' Stephen Barrett breaking away from St Thomas' Donal Cooney during Sunday's senior hurling championship tie at Kenny Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

County champions have no answer to St. Thomas’

FORMER All-Ireland club champions St Thomas’ look the team to beat as the Galway senior hurling title race continues the sorting out process ahead...
Galway's Aifric Keogh and Cork’s Emily Hegarty competing in the Women's A Pairs final at the World Championships in Plovduv, Bulgaria.

Talented city rower Keogh hits new high at World finals

A rower from Furbo is on her way to booking a place at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after creating history for Irish rowing...

Busy time for business before PAYE overhaul

While 66% of small businesses throughout the country are ‘short on detail’ on the PAYE system overhaul due to come into effect next January,...

BUSINESS

Marc O'Dwyer

Busy time for business before PAYE overhaul

While 66% of small businesses throughout the country are ‘short on detail’ on the PAYE system overhaul due to come into effect next January,...
Minister Heather Humphreys.

Galway’s business women show spirit of enterprise

Local Enterprise Office Galway is encouraging more women to go from ‘local to global’ with their businesses by helping to organise events around the...

Festivals rooted in community that ‘embrace the outside’

Two of the county’s finest arts events, separated by distance but united in approach, enlivened Portumna and Clifden at the weekend. Portumna’s 11th shorelines Arts...

ENTERTAINMENT

Pianist Veronica McSwiney will give a recital this Friday in Clifden’s Church of Ireland at 2pm for Clifden Arts Festival.

Festivals rooted in community that ‘embrace the outside’

Two of the county’s finest arts events, separated by distance but united in approach, enlivened Portumna and Clifden at the weekend. Portumna’s 11th shorelines Arts...
Barry Douglas.

Piano magic with Barry Douglas

Belfast-born pianist Barry Douglas will open Music for Galway’s new season on Wednesday next, September 26, at the Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway,...

Bogmens’ burning desire to oust Michael D – for peat’s sake!

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column by Dara Bradley  There’s an assumption out there that Michael D Higgins is revered by all. It’s...

OPINION

Bogmens’ burning desire to oust Michael D – for peat’s sake!

Bradley Bytes - A sort of political column by Dara Bradley  There’s an assumption out there that Michael D Higgins is revered by all. It’s...

Kindness and gratitude oil human hinges

Double Vision with Charlie Adley There are no more joyous words in the English language than “Thank you.” You’ve given a child a present and...

Back on her feet

Dance teacher Patricia Glynn has proved a pioneer in her field and not even a kidney transplant has halted her determination to help people...

LIFESTYLE

Patricia Glynn during a course with Assumpta Glynn and behind Mary Hernon and Nuala Lavelle.

Back on her feet

Dance teacher Patricia Glynn has proved a pioneer in her field and not even a kidney transplant has halted her determination to help people...
A tradition that lives on: Over 51 years ago, Thomas Reilly, Claregalway, a former county champion, ploughing his section of the field at the Co. Galway Ploughing Championships at Claregalway, on March 16, 1967.

Charting role of plough in history of rural Galway

Country Living with Francis Farragher It’s over half a century since I saw the first scrape being turned by a single plough in a field...

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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New Government agency to drive Dyke Road redevelopment

Galway City Tribune - A massive redevelopment plan for the Dyke Road area – likely to include residential units, student accommodation and commercial units...

SPORT

County champions have no answer to St. Thomas’

FORMER All-Ireland club champions St Thomas’ look the team to beat as the Galway senior hurling title race continues the sorting out process ahead...

Talented city rower Keogh hits new high at World finals

A rower from Furbo is on her way to booking a place at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after creating history for Irish rowing...

BUSINESS

Busy time for business before PAYE overhaul

While 66% of small businesses throughout the country are ‘short on detail’ on the PAYE system overhaul due to come into effect next January,...

Galway’s business women show spirit of enterprise

Local Enterprise Office Galway is encouraging more women to go from ‘local to global’ with their businesses by helping to organise events around the...

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Galway In Days Gone By

All smiles at a Feis Ceoil in Galway in 1965.

Galway In Days Gone By

PROPERTY

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Back on her feet

Dance teacher Patricia Glynn has proved a pioneer in her field and not even a kidney transplant has halted her determination to help people...

Charting role of plough in history of rural Galway

Country Living with Francis Farragher It’s over half a century since I saw the first scrape being turned by a single plough in a field...

FARMING

Fodder gap closes but shortages still loom

THE estimated fodder shortage on Irish farms for the coming Winter has been reduced from 28% earlier this Summer to 11% as of last...

Supermac’s boss hits out at role of the meat plants in...

THE Supermac’s restaurant chain across Ireland is being asked each year to pay more per kilo of beef while at the same time the...

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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