Greens spark nostalgia of Fat Frogs in the Hole!

Bradley Bytes – A sort of Political Column with Dara Bradley Having a rough day? Well here’s a photograph of the Galway Green Party’s finest, Pauline O’Reilly and Martina O’Connor, who were recently selected...
Euro candidate?...former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh.

European elections offer little prospect of a Galway winner

World of Politics with Harry McGee – harrymcgee@gmail.com The European elections may be six months away but they’re front and centre for the political parties who have been thinking – nay obsessing – about them...
Sinéad Burke of Galway is presented with her TG4 All Star award by Ard Stiúrthóir TG4, Alan Esslemont and President of LGFA Marie Hickey during the TG4 Ladies Football All Stars Awards, in association with Lidl, at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile.

Schmidt’s legacy will stand the test of time after extraordinary success

Inside Track with John McIntyre NO manager or coach is irreplaceable, but Joe Schmidt is as close as it gets. The popular New Zealander’s decision to return to home shores after next year’s World Cup...
Dave O'Connell

Speculation should be about more than just accumulation

A Different View with Dave O’Connell If you’re fortunate enough to have the money to spare, speculating on property, gold, diamonds, stocks and shares makes perfect sense – but when did we add wine and...
For the month of December, if you get a haircut in any Fat Tony’s Barbershop, they will make a donation to the Pieta House Wren Run which takes place in Woodford on St. Stephen's Day. Pictured at the launch were, back row: Kevin McHugo, John McGuire (Fat Tony’s Barbershop), Joe Burke (Pieta House), David Burke, Damien Comer, Jason Flynn (all Galway GAA), Bundee Aki (Connacht & Irish Rugby) and Cathal O’Byrne. Front: Daire Curley (Fitness Athlete).

Whyte and Woodford geared up for big Wren Run on St Stephen’s day

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon IF you want something done, ask a busy man and that adage would certainly apply to Tommy Larkins hurler Roderick Whyte – a man who is using his sporting connections...

Performing art of the silent ballet in a shop

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Sometimes it pays to be foreign. If you were born here you might forget why you love Galway and the West of Ireland. Living as a blow-in for 26 years,...

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