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No Department review of City Council finances

The Department of Housing has not undertaken financial reviews of Galway City Council after it borrowed €45.5m to buy...

Seán revives one-man play celebrating Humanity Dick 

Two-hundred years ago, on June 16, 1824 , the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded following ...

County hosting free events for Cruinniú na nÓg 2024

This Saturday, June 15, Galway and the entire county will come alive with free events and workshops for Cruinniú na n...

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Walking wounded weather election storm in Galway!

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley Colette Connolly (Ind) declared ‘your health is your wealth’ in a Galway City Tribune...

Sloppy United fall to their first defeat of the season

Galway United 1 Wexford FC 2 Mike Rafferty in Eamonn Deacy Park Time will tell if this is a crucial juncture in Galway United's season. At...

Groundbreaking opera Mr President to premiere at Town Hall Theatre

The WhistleBlast Quartet, in collaboration with Galway group That’s Life, will present the world premiere of Mr President, a groundbreaking new ope...

City Council refuses permission for ‘overbearing’ 189-bed Docks development

By Brendan Carroll Galway City Council has refused to allow a 15-storey hotel to be built in the Docks area. The 189-bedroom hotel was planne...

Maree/Oranmore hope to mark emotional season by clinching top provincial honours

By Mike Rafferty Maree/Oranmore will contest their first-ever Connacht Junior Cup final this Sunday when they make the trip out the M6 to take o...

Galway ladies seek to improve on poor championship record against Cork

By DARREN KELLY THE mid-season lull is over for Galway’s senior ladies footballers on Saturday (MTU Bishopstown, 1pm) when they clash with Cork ...


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