Spring Garden, Tynagh.

Large family home set on mature landscaped lawns

New to the market is a 2,000 square foot residence located on the outskirts of Tynagh. Spring Garden is only a short distance from neighbouring towns of Portumna, Ballinasloe and Loughrea, with Galway City less...

Motorway is finally open for business

A new era in travel across the west was unveiled yesterday (Wednesday) with the opening of the long-awaited new motorway between Gort and Tuam. The M17/M18 runs over 57km and has cost €550 million to...
University Hospital Galway

Galway City’s public hospitals have €10m deficit

Galway City's two public hospitals are running a deficit of over €10 million this year - with no improvement in finances likely as the group battles with roof leaks and forges ahead with plans...

Grainger and Walsh star on historic day for Claregalway football

Claregalway 3-13 Salthill/Knocknacarra 2-9 CLAREGALWAY footballers finally made the breakthrough at minor A level, triumphing over reigning champions Salthill/Knocknacarra in an entertaining county final at Tuam Stadium on Sunday. The margin of victory was seven points, and...

Don’t feel sick when you’re given a clean bill of health

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Did you ever go to a doctor, not feeling great, and come out after you were told there was really nothing much wrong with you? Did you then feel huge...
Romeo and Juliet: a tragic love story that will have a modern twist for Galway audiences.

Putting ballet on stronger footing

Lifestyle - Dance is a poor relation when it comes to funding. But Ballet Ireland, which brings a critically-acclaimed version of Romeo and Juliet to Galway this month, is overcoming such adversities. Judy Murphy...


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