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Elaine Feeney - poetry at the edge

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LAST YEAR marked the 35th anniversary of the founding of Salmon press, during which its incredible contribution to Galway's cultural life was fully celebrated. Those heady days of the eighties were brought back to mind when Rita Anne Higgins, Mary O’Malley, and Eva Bourke were given a platform to present their challenging poems to a bewildered, if generally receptive, audience.

Council provides update on Church Street enhancement timeline

 

Buccaneers are big winners at Connacht Rugby Awards

Buccaneers won a handful of awards at the Connacht Rugby Awards Ball in Galway on Sunday night, April 30.

Collins McNicholas launches new charity programme

Collins McNicholas, the Athlone-based national Recruitment & HR Services Group, has launched a new charity programme to help raise funds for three national charities.

Spring retreats and events at Knock Shrine

This Spring brings with it a host of great events at Knock Shrine, from day retreats to music workshops, there is plenty to enrich and enliven. The latest faith renewal programme has been developed to offer new and engaging day retreats, workshops, courses and spiritual concerts to the local community and pilgrims visiting the world famous Shrine.

Spring retreats and events at Knock Shrine

This spring brings with it a host of inspirational events at Knock Shrine to enrich and enliven.

Buccs Women face Tuam in Connacht Cup final

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Buccaneers Women have a vital match this weekend when they tackle Tuam in the final of the Connacht Womens Cup at the Sportsground on Sunday. This decider kicks off at 2pm in Galway.

An icon who didn’t need a second chance to make a first impression

When you look back at the recent history of Galway, and when I say recent, I mean the last forty or fifty years, you see that the progression of the city is built around a group of individuals in all spheres, political, cultural, musical and otherwise, who somehow contributed to this conviction of Galway as being a place apart.

Rate payers urged to appeal valuations

 

 

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