On Sunday, Father’s Day, people from across Galway came to South Park, the Claddagh, to fly a kite for men and boys’ mental health. The idea was to create a powerful visual spectacle of support for men and boys. Over 150 people came together to fill the sky with colour. The event was also a tribute to those who have lost their lives in the River Corrib, one the reasons that it was decided to locate the event beside the River Corrib at South Park. (Video: Joe O’Shaughnessy)
Street fight outside Garda HQ
Sean Butler’s skills on the ball!
12-year-old Sean Butler from Knocknacarra, a new social media sensation, shows off his skills.
Salthill Raft Races
The Village Salhill held the 2nd Annual Junior and Senior Salthill Raft Races off the Promenade on Saturday.
The Village Salhill held the 2nd Annual Junior and Senior Salthill Raft Races off the Promenade on Saturday. The team from Curry’s Fun Park won the junior title and the Door-Motion team were winners of the senior race. All money raised at the event will be donated to Galway RNLI Lifeboat Service. The recently restored 130 year old Galway Hooker, ‘The Lovely Anne’, sailed close to the rafts during the race.