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Beach faces Summer lockdown

Beach faces Summer lockdown

Galway’s reputation as a popular destination for beachgoers is being jeopardised by a serious pollution threat to the water quality at one of the city’s top beaches.

€2m fund for Galway greenway

€2m fund for Galway greenway

Urging more people to cycle to work, school, or college was a key factor in the Government’s decision to invest €2 million in a major new ‘greenway’ between the city and Moycullen which was announced yesterday.

Meningitis survivor on top of the world

Meningitis survivor on top of the world

Brave city meningitis survivor Liam Cullinane enjoyed the trip of a lifetime when he was Guest of Honour at the 2014 North Pole Marathon last weekend.

A feast for Galway foodies

A feast for Galway foodies

The Galway Food Festival is set to trigger a culinary feast in the city this Easter weekend.

Survey reveals best and worst of Galway towns

Survey reveals best and worst of Galway towns

GALWAY towns and villages have been ranked third in Ireland as regards their economic strength in coming to terms with the impact of the collapse of the Celtic Tiger over the past six years.

In our publications this week

  1. Connacht Sentinel
  2. Connacht Tribune
  3. Galway City Tribune
Duncan shines at London Marathon

Duncan shines at London Marathon

City native Nicola Duncan enhanced her growing reputation in athletics when she was the first...

April 15, 2014

Galwegians win but Corinthians season to end in disappointment

Galwegians win but Corinthians season to end in disappointment

Galwegians concluded a memorable season when they confirmed their absolute supremacy in the Ulster Bank...

April 15, 2014

Late heartbreak for Galway FC

Late heartbreak for Galway FC

Galway FC 0 Shelbourne 1 It may be early days for the league newest club, but Galway...

April 15, 2014

Clueless Connacht ripped apart by rampant Ulster men

Clueless Connacht ripped apart by rampant Ulster men

Ulster 58 Connacht 12 Reports on this game and their two previous outings would be the only...

April 15, 2014

Galway's league hopes hang by a thread

Galway's league hopes hang by a thread

Clare 1-10 Galway 0-8 GALWAY’S league ambitions hit troubled waters again last Thursday evening as the maroon...

April 17, 2014

Fahy on target as Athenry advance

Fahy on target as Athenry advance

THOUGH their league form might not be anything to write home about, the defence of...

April 17, 2014

Moore to miss big date with the Cats

Moore to miss big date with the Cats

GALWAY manager Anthony Cunningham believes the current injury crisis in the set-up is a result...

April 17, 2014

Curley astounded by commitment of players

Curley astounded by commitment of players

WHEN someone like Galway hurling selector Damien Curley says he is astounded by the dedication...

April 17, 2014

Comedy treats at Food Fest

Comedy treats at Food Fest

Two tasty lunchtime comedy shows are on offer at the Ruby Room in the Kings...

April 18, 2014

Aisling makes welcome return to curate TULCA

Aisling makes welcome return to curate TULCA

This year’s TULCA Festival of Visual Art, which takes place in Galway City from November...

April 18, 2014

Award-winning In Their Thousands at Monroe’s

Award-winning In Their Thousands at Monroe’s

Donegal outfit In Their Thousands bring a fresh sound to Irish music, with a catalogue...

April 18, 2014

New music project is striking the right note

New music project is striking the right note

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy meets the people behind a music scheme in which students compose...

April 18, 2014

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