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Galway woman is one of Ireland’s two longest-surviving transplants recipients

Two women on the opposite sides of the country have come together to celebrate their remarkable connection – as the t...

Broadcaster shares story of heart scare to raise awareness

His voice is instantly recognisable across his home county and there’s hardly a sporting occasion without him. When h...

Heartless thieves prey on the dead

Heartless burglars broke into the former home of an elderly woman days after her burial – only to find that some of h...

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CAB closes in on Galway’s big criminals

The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) is monitoring the activities of almost two dozen suspected criminals in Galway who are involved in organised crime...

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Cllrs back €250,000 for Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA club

City Councillors have backed a proposal for to commit €250,000 to club facilities for Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club – but the decision will ultima...

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Judge orders Conamara bird enthusiast to give up his rare golden eagle

A District Court judge has granted an application for the forfeiture of an unlicensed rare golden eagle from its Conamara owner who had been exhibi...

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WDC hosts gathering of business leaders from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Brittany

Business leaders from the Celtic regions of Lorient, France, Wales and Scotland are set to join forces with their Irish counterparts after the inau...

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Drivers ignoring village pedestrian crossing

Many motorists are not observing the pedestrian crossing in Claregalway – leading to a number of near misses as a result. Concerned residents in...

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Gort Cancer Support picks its colour for fundraising initiative

Gort Cancer Support is hoping its new fundraising initiative will help them in their efforts to provide much-needed services to those affected by c...


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