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In an age where we do not have to leave the country to sample the food delights of Europe, Asia, America, and Africa, there is something that warms the heart and fills the stomach with happiness and comfort that only traditional Irish cuisine can offer. From the mighty breakfast bap to the humble potato pancake of boxty, it is impossible never to be left with anything but satisfaction with these homely delicacies
Galway Ladies, the reigning provincial champions under the guidance of Stephen Glennon, take on their oldest rivals Mayo in an eagerly anticipated clash at McHale Park on Sunday (4pm).
On Saturday August 11, the 33rd Streets of Galway will be held, bringing thousands of runners though the heart of the city.
GALWAY BAND Dead Horse Jive will launch their new EP, Should’ve Stayed In, with a gig in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, tomorrow evening from 9pm.
THE WHILEAWAYS, the acclaimed Galway Americana, folk, and roots trio, are set to release a new double A-sided single, ‘Roll Down Your Window’/‘Spare Me From Your Heartache’, and have announced a number of shows in Galway.
More than 200 people from community and voluntary groups from around County Galway were honoured at the Cathaoirleach’s Community Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 31 in the theatre of the Station House Hotel, Clifden. The awards recognise and celebrate community and voluntary activity in the county. A record number of nominations were received for the nine different categories of awards presented on the night.
The Galway Tribesmen Rugby League team face the biggest challenge of the year so far when they host the current All Ireland champions, Longhorns RL at NUIG Dangan on Saturday (2pm).
The latest figures released last week by the Department of Housing for April showed a fourfold increase in the number of families in emergency accommodation in the West of Ireland compared to April 2017. There was a 60% increase in the number of adults in emergency accommodation over the same period.
Galway Bay will be aflush with colour this August when more than 60 of the country’s top cruisers arrive for what promises to be some spectacular sailing action.
President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins will be the keynote speaker at a symposium on Conradh na Gaeilge and the Revival of Irish which will be held at NUI Galway on Friday next, June 15.