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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 true, the President is the darling of the media. And...
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 – has been earmarked as a priority by the Government’s...

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 Directors. The Civic Trust has declined to comment but it is...

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 with the latest figures showing 212 people across the country...
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 Festival ran from Thursday to Sunday with a series of...
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 of the final round of group matches. In maintaining their winning...


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