Post mortem examination due on body recovered from city waterway

A post mortem examination is due to be carried out on the body of a man recovered from the water in the city today. A member of the public saw a man in his 30s...

County projects carve up €10m funding

Towns and villages across the county are to share a slice of a €10 million cash injection – with a host of projects now cleared for take-off. The Government-led Rural Regeneration and Development Fund paves...
Kilcahill, Claregalway.

Four-bed home has been nurtured to create stunning environment throughout

Sherry FitzGerald are handling the sale of a large detached family home at Kilcahill, Claregalway. Located just off the N17 Galway to Tuam Road, it is close to a popular local school and within easy...
IFA Livestock Committee Chairman, Michael Flynn: Factories need to reflect better trade.

‘Early Spring’ boosts cattle prices

THE mild Winter allied to the early spurt of grass growth and a plentiful supply of silage have been cited as the main reasons for a resurgence in cattle prices at West of Ireland...
Galway's Gearoid McInerney secures possession ahead of Dublin's Rian McBride during Sunday's National Hurling League tie at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

It’s early days but Limerick look like a team eager to stay at top

Inside Track with John McIntyre RUSHING to rash judgements in mid-February about the championship prospects of various inter-county teams is rarely prudent, yet only the most begrudging of observers couldn’t but be impressed by the...

Stroke goes for bust over Churchill

A local councillor has demanded that the Taoiseach not attend the annual St Patrick’s Day Celebrations in the White House due to the presence of a bust of Winston Churchill in the Oval Office. In...

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