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A brief history of Galway trams and buses

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An entrepreneur named Mr Berry was probably one of the first people to organise buses in Galway. He had over a dozen horse drawn vehicles that plied regularly between Eyre Square and the Eglinton Hotel. The fare was one penny. Each vehicle was marked to carry a certain number of people and the police were vigilant to see that there was no overloading. In 1868 he bought a new bus that was allowed to carry inside and outside passengers. This could travel on longer excursions, to Barna and Oughterard, etc, but an accident on Knockbane Hill seriously affected his business.

Ireland v Italy - with build up and analyses from Après Match

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WHEN THE Republic of Ireland play Italy in Euro 2016's 'Group of Death', will the 'boys in green' do what we did to Italy at USA 94, or will it be a harrowing 90 minutes that will make the whole championship one to forget?

Renmore man who survived three heart attacks receives prestigious world award

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An 82-year-old city man, who survived three heart attacks and has been volunteering with the local heart and stroke charity Croí for 19 years, has received a prestigious international award.

The People's Debate comes to Castlebar

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Next Monday evening, Vincent Browne will bring The People's Debate to Castlebar for the final constituency debate across the 40 constituencies in the country.

Vincent Browne debate rescheduled for Mullingar

The Vincent Browne debate which was cancelled recently in Mullingar has been rescheduled for this Monday, February 1.

Vincent Browne show promises lively debate in Mullingar

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New Year’s Resolutions 2016? You decide...

Hello to everyone post-Christmas 2015 as we face into the new year.

Bankruptcy Bill, Willie Penrose, and other matters political

Well, it has been a busy week all round, particularly in politics. Firstly, we had the Bankruptcy Bill which was brought forward by Willie Penrose, Labour TD for Longford-Westmeath.

Bankruptcy Bill, Willie Penrose, and other matters political

Well, it has been a busy week all round, particularly in politics. Firstly, we had the Bankruptcy Bill which was brought forward by Willie Penrose, Labour TD for Longford-Westmeath.

Brooklyn, banking, and Deputy-bating

If you have the opportunity, please try and get to see Brooklyn, the film which is now showing at major cinemas throughout the country.

 

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