Aren’t there enough chancers up in City Hall already, Owen?

Bradley Bytes – A Sort of Political Column with Dara Bradley We’d never heard of Owen Hanley until he was officially announced as the Social Democrats’ local election candidate in Galway City East. The press...

Technology’s wake-up call for the traditional alarm clock

A Different View with Dave O’Connell The list of things we don’t need any more grows longer with every advance in technology – but who thought the advance of time would ever herald the end...
Corofin team manager Kevin O’Brien celebrates their Connacht Club senior football final victory over Ballintubber at MacHale Park last Sunday with his wife, Emer, and their baby, Alice. Photo: Brian Harding.

O’Neill’s sacking is no surprise but FAI gamble with best way forward

Inside Track with John McIntyre FOLLOWING that thumping 5-1 loss to Denmark in the World Cup play-off at the Aviva last year; just one win in their last 11 matches; and failing to find the...
Deputies Eamon Ryan and Hildegarde Naughton during the international discussion on social media regulation in Westminster this week.

Facebook finds itself in the firing line – and stuck on the back foot

World of Politics with Harry McGee – harrymcgee@gmail.com I used Facebook for about two months when it first started to become a ‘thing’ in 2008 and then stopped. I have never used it since.  I’m...

City councillor’s shed full of corriboard, and a poster ban!

Bradley Bytes - a sort of political column by Dara Bradley Galway City Councillors’ vote to ban election posters (subject to legal advice) appears to have taken some members off-guard. Bradley Bytes has been reliably informed,...
Athenry FC player Gary Mullin who will captain the Ireland FootGolf team at the World Cup in Morocco next month.

Mullin set to skipper Irish FootGolf team at the upcoming World Cup

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon ATHENRY FC player and top-ranking Irish FootGolf player Gary Mullin is to compete in his second World Cup in Morocco next month and, this time round, he has been handed...

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