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American archaeologists dig deep to discover lost village of Inishbofin

Archaeologists from the United States have discovered a lost village on the island of Inishbofin – as mystery surrounds the reason why it was vacated by all of its residents in the first place....
Joe O'Shaughnessy

West will be best for followers of the sun!

PART two of our July heatwave will see temperatures again soar into the high 20s from this morning through to the weekend and into the early days of next week. Galway...

Galway bucks the trend on new company registrations

Galway is continuing to buck the national trend of the recession, with more than 750 new companies and business names registered here in the first six months of the year. The...

Sizzling sunshine promised for Galway this weekend

Get out the factor 20 sun block and the straw hats between now and the weekend with Galway expected to be the hottest spot in the country as temperatures again threaten to hit the...

Hogan to examine City Council’s €470,000 typo

Environment Minister Phil Hogan is to examine Galway City Council’s decision to write off a €470,000 debt because of a ‘typo’ on a document. The Minister is said to have been...

Gang of thugs ‘terrorising’ young people in Salthill

A gang of marauding teens is terrorising youths in Salthill, leaving an avalanche of horrific injuries in their wake. The claims were made by members of the Galway City Joint Policing...


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