Nuala and Jack Kinnevey with son Jonathan and his wife Nollaig pictured in front of the remains of the original Kinnevey's pub and the current one across the road.

Keeping it in the family

Lifestyle - This weekend the fifth generation of the Kinnevey family will take over the running of a pub that has become an integral part of the community in Roscahill since 1826. The transition...
Unrestrained glee greeted Galway's 1980 All-Ireland hurling win as the fans cast off the shackles of a half-century of failures by invading the Croke Park pitch in a show of sheer delight.

Galway In Days Gone By

1918 Farmer’s guns saved Sensational details are to hand regarding a raid for arms at Kinvara, and the pluck of a farmer’s daughter, who held the raiders at bay with a sweeping twig, until her parents...

Emma’s drama forges link between dead and living

Emma O’Grady is a busy woman. The actor, writer, lighting technician and production manager, who was on the production crew of Galway International Arts Festival, is about to revive her one-woman show, What Good...

Shedding light on dark days

Kieran Tuohy doesn’t really know why he was compelled to create a body of work that draws on and explores one of the darkest events in Irish history – the Great Famine. A psychic...

‘Home’ is theme of diverse Clifden Arts Festival

‘Home’ is the theme of year’s annual Clifden Arts Festival, which runs from September 12-23. The event will explore the concept of home, as well as showcasing Ireland’s diverse arts community with a wide variety...

Liatris are much more than just a cut flower

Most of us know Liatris as cut-flowers. Long, purple floral spikes of Liatris can be found in everything from high-end arrangements to basic supermarket bouquets. The good news for gardeners is that Liatris is...


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