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Galway kayakers are channel hoppers

Two old friends with big roundy birthdays this year wanted to do something to mark their respective milestones – so p...

Galway’s first Black Councillor – as Independent Ireland arrive as new force

The election of Galway’s first ever Black local representative and the emergence of a new force in local politics wer...

Tennis coach gives it a good whack!

A professional tennis coach from Galway has developed a new toy to help improve children’s hand-eye co-ordination – a...

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Marathon man’s memory run

A hardy Galway athlete is running the width of his native county next week – the equivalent of four marathons in one day – in honour of his father ...

Connolly, Keane and McNelis wins complete Galway count

The three remaining seats in City West have been filled by three sitting councillors, completing the lineup for the incoming Galway City Council. ...

End in sight to Galway count as Deery is eliminated

High-profile candidate Kenny Deery (Ind) has been eliminated following the twelfth count in Galway City West. The former CEO of Galway Chamber f...

Curran holds seat as Soc Dems double numbers

Councillor Alan Curran has held his seat on Galway City Council. The secondary school teacher was elected on the 10th count, the third to be ele...

Ó Tuairisg squeezed out on final count in Conamara South

There was drama right to the end of counting in the Conamara South – with Fianna Fáil first timer Daragh Ó Tuairisg losing out in sight of the fini...

Ó Cualáin loses his Conamara South seat

Sitting Councillor Dáithí Ó Cualáin exited the election race at the count centre this lunchtime, when his elected colleague Padraig Mac an Iomaire’...


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