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Galway full back Daithí Burke gets to the ball ahead of Dublin's David Treacy during Sunday's Leinster quarter-final in Tullamore. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Hardly a moment’s worry as Galway make short work of disappointing Dubs outfit

IT’S getting harder to put a lid on the expectations of Galway hurling supporters after the county’s flagship team ran amok for the third big knock-out game in-a-row at O’Connor Park, Tullamore last Sunday. The...
Rehearsals taking place on the beach at Inverin where Pleásc will be performed.

Fibín new play revisits a community tragedy

A tragedy that happened 100 years ago on a beach in Inverin, will be commemorated this month in the latest production from Irish-language theatre company Fíbín Theatre. Pléasc, which will be performed on Friday, June...

Residents concerned over redevelopment of Blackrock tower

Residents of Blackrock in Salthill are raising concerns over the planned redevelopment of the iconic diving tower. Plans for the development have been drawn up – and regular swimmers say the proposed new layout will...

Perspex hoarding to be removed from Browne Doorway

Long-awaited works to Eyre Square’s Browne Doorway could begin before the end of the year – with its much-criticised Perspex surround to be removed in the short term. In the City Council’s annual budget for...

Knocknacarra meeting may yield jobs initiative

A meeting over the coming weeks between Jobs Minister, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, and representatives of the Knocknacarra area could be the catalyst for a new jobs initiative, it has been claimed. Councillor Donal Lyons told...

Anger over failure of Council to provide alternative accommodation

Amidst a widespread and worsening housing crisis, a mother of three in Salthill has been served an eviction letter by the Galway City Council – with only two weeks’ notice and nowhere to go. Kathleen...


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