Dr Dilis wide awake to the benefits of healing sleep

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy talks to a GP and herbalist who has turned her focus onto sleep problems You know the feeling. You fall in to bed before midnight, eyes heavy with sleep, only...

Galway In Days Gone By

1913 Shop boy fined At the Galway Petty Sessions Court, Sergt. Reilly summoned George Trayers for cycling on the footpath at Lower Salthill. The Sergeant stated that although the road was...

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Gruesome inquest Coroner Cottingham, of Oughterard, held an inquest at Killian’s public-house, New Docks, Galway, on the dead body of an infant, found under gruesome circumstances in the mill race at the Galway...

Sisters who savour taste of success in the kitchen

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy meets women who are to  fore of food service industry in Galway Michelle Crehan has a stack of cookbooks by her bed. She reads them like other people read novels...

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1913 Tailor trouble At the City Petty Sessions, Mr. Joseph Kilbride, R.M., in the chair, John Boulger, a tailor, of Athlone, was charged in custody with stealing a suit of clothes valued at £1...

The Galwayman with the Midas touch – and a social conscience

Interview with Mike Feerick republished from the Connacht Tribune of 20 May 2011 BY DENISE McNAMARA HOWEVER he has managed it, Galway technology entrepreneur Mike Feerick has kept below the public radar for a...


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