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Galway/Mayo rivalry extends beyond football into GMIT!

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  The Gaelic football rivalry between neighbours Galway and Mayo is unmatched across the country. Rivalries between Kerry and Cork in Munster, and Dublin and Meath in Leinster,...

Connacht’s mañana culture has been good for me!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley For decades I’d hitch everywhere. I hitched to the pub and school and friends’ houses. When those friends became scattered around the country in various universities,  I thought nothing of...
Niamh Boyce, author of The Herbalist and Her Kind.

Over the Edge reading and Fiction Slam

Over The Edge presents its 11th annual fiction slam with Featured Readers, Liz McSkeane and Niamh Boyce, at The Kitchen@The Museum on Friday next, June 28, at 8pm. Niamh Boyce was named Newcomer of the...

Political storm over Galway City Ring Road funding

Galway City Tribune - Galway's long-awaited €600 million bypass project could bite the dust if Fianna Fáil returns to Government after the next election, a Fine Gael Minister of State claimed this week. West Galway...
Galway's Peter Cooke prepares to take on Roscommon's Shane Killoran during Sunday's Connacht senior football final at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Cunningham leads heroic Rossies to glory on terrible day for Galway

Inside Track with John McIntyre IT was difficult not to wonder what Anthony Cunningham had let himself in for after the Connacht Club football semi-final at Hyde Park last November. Roscommon champions Clan na nGael...
Ann Marie Horan, Ruairí Heading and Frankie McCafferty in The Thing About December. PHOTO: DARRAGH KANE.

Too-faithful adaptation of novel creates play that fails to ignite

THE THING ABOUT DECEMBER Town Hall Theatre – Review by Judy Murphy A new play by a new writer can be a difficult sell for a theatre company. So, when Decadent Theatre opted to adapt Donal Ryan’s...


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