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Glennon calls time on his two-year stint as Galway senior ladies...

The Galway senior ladies footballers are on the hunt for a new manager after Stephen Glennon decided to step down after two years at...

Baboró offers a fresh take on The Young King

An immersive and fun adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s beautiful short story, The Young King, is being staged at Baboró Arts Festival for Children, which...

All you want is a bit of craic and a drop...

Double Vision with Charlie Adley With the closure of the Westwood Hotel I feel I’m saying goodbye to an old friend. For me it has...

Top architect brands Galway as ‘dominated by cars’

An internationally-renowned architect has said that Galway City is lacking vision and is dominated by cars, with motorists getting priority over pedestrians and cyclists. In...

Golf club successfully fights claim of gender discrimination

Galway Galway Club found itself in the rough after a woman claimed gender discrimination when she was refused entry to a ‘men only’ competition. The...

Treatment waiting times for heroin addicts down to one week

Waiting times for treatment of heroin addicts locally have been slashed, according to a senior Garda. Superintendent Marie Skehill said the wait for Galway’s methadone...


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