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Garda Chief’s warning about lack of CCTV cameras in Galway

Galway would be badly caught out due to the absence of CCTV across the city in the event of a widespread riot similar...

Speeding fines in Galway City halved after one road’s limit was raised

The number of motorists caught speeding in Galway City has almost halved after the limit was increased on a single ro...

8,000 rugby fans set to descend on Galway City

More than 8,000 rugby fans will descend on Galway City this Saturday for the first sell-out game of the season at the...

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Gaeltacht community’s cry – let us live where we’re from!

By Donncha Ó hÉallaithe A Conamara-born physiotherapist who returned to home after several years in Australia couldn’t find a place to live in h...


Murphy’s a fully-fledged Magpie

Alex Murphy joined an exclusive group of Galway men to have played top-flight football in England when he made his Premier League debut for Newcast...


Galway lauds its World Cup heroes

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Hundreds face anxious wait to secure second-level spot

The annual stress of getting into secondary school in Galway City is already at its worst for many years with waiting lists of several hundred now ...


Big plans for café that employs and trains people with intellectual disabilities

Walk down any street in Galway and you couldn’t be blamed for losing track of all the different cafés that seem to materialise from thin air. It...


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