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City Council is slated for leaving locals in the dark

City Council is slated for leaving locals in the dark

City officials were last night accused of failing to consult with local residents and businesses regarding the temporary closure of a bridge at Lough Atalia Road which could have a “devastating” impact on their lives.

Debt collectors asked to go easy on ‘hard up’ students

Debt collectors asked to go easy on ‘hard up’ students

Debt collectors hired on behalf of NUI Galway to recover unpaid fees should be sensitive when dealing with people who are financially under pressure, student leaders have warned.

Barna the best in Ireland for riding out recession storm

Barna the best in Ireland for riding out recession storm

BARNA is the top village in Ireland for high employment levels and for people migrating to the area, a national survey of over 300 Irish towns has revealed.

Cúirt festival offered week of intimate reading experiences

Cúirt festival offered week of intimate reading experiences

Hearing writers read their own work and explaining how and why they write is an intimate experience.

Killary diver died from ulcer, Inquest finds

Killary diver died from ulcer, Inquest finds

The inquiry into the death of an experienced diver at Killary Harbour last year, concluded that he had died from blood loss due to a duodenal ulcer.

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

Killary diver died from ulcer, Inquest finds

Killary diver died from ulcer, Inquest finds

The inquiry into the death of an experienced diver at Killary Harbour last year, concluded...

April 11, 2014

Greenfields complete league and cup double

Greenfields complete league and cup double

GREENFIELDS added the Connacht Senior Cup to their League triumph to complete the provincial double...

April 11, 2014

Double boost for Connacht rugby

Double boost for Connacht rugby

THE IRFU is on the verge of unveiling Connacht Rugby’s new CEO to fill the...

April 11, 2014

100 days when the world sank to somewhere beyond evil

100 days when the world sank to somewhere beyond evil

There are moments in history when you wonder if all humanity is lost, and twenty...

April 10, 2014

My lovely spring ramble became a mad dog dash!

My lovely spring ramble became a mad dog dash!

Paw, Lady!” My 3 year-old Collie-Lab obligingly lifts her paw so that I can slip...

April 11, 2014

Music on the menu at Galway’s first Digital Marketing Awards

Music on the menu at Galway’s first Digital Marketing Awards

GALWAY’S first-ever Digital Marketing Awards are just two weeks away – and this week the...

April 11, 2014

eircom pledges improved city broadband

eircom pledges improved city broadband

GALWAY city customers using the eircom network have been promised a six to ten time...

April 11, 2014

‘GILT-EDGED’ INVESTMENTS

‘GILT-EDGED’ INVESTMENTS

O’DONNELLAN & Joyce Auctioneers have brought two gilt-edged commercial and residential investment properties to the...

April 11, 2014

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