Labour lining Alice Mary up for a tilt at Dáil seat

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  Leadership of the Labour Party has finally rediscovered where Galway is. The grassroots of the party in Galway West had been feeling a bit prickly that...

Colette’s Labour of love at the end of a Rainbow

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  The irony of Colette Connolly benefiting from the Labour Party’s ruling pact U-turn won’t be lost on Niall McNelis. For it was his party who treated Colette...
One of the local election posters still adorning a lamppost on the city's east side this week

Bradley Bytes: Where’s the solidarity in polluting posters?

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  It is six Fridays ago since voters in Galway went to the polls in the local elections, and over a month since candidates were supposed to...

Ex-PDs the ‘co-habiting couple’ to rival Boris’ rows

Bradley Bytes – A Political Column with Dara Bradley The City Council’s website isn’t usually one to spread a rumour but . . . www.galwaycity.ie suggests that two rival city councillors are shacked-up with...

Galway/Mayo rivalry extends beyond football into GMIT!

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  The Gaelic football rivalry between neighbours Galway and Mayo is unmatched across the country. Rivalries between Kerry and Cork in Munster, and Dublin and Meath in Leinster,...

Bradley Bytes: Crash course in the crowning of Cubbard

Bradley Bytes - A Political Column with Dara Bradley  It was the Friday after May 24 polling day in the local elections, at 6.30pm in the Maldron Hotel on Sandy Road, where eight city councillors...

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