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The west of Ireland lacks civilisation - But it has poetry

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‘The capital, Galway, is a terrible place. It has of course St Nicholas, one of the few remaining pre-Reformation churches; the frontispiece of a Renaissance town house erected as a gateway to the public park; and a medieval fortified house about which they tell the well-known story of the Lynch who hanged his own son when the sheriff wasn't available. At least once a year while I was director of the Abbey theatre we got a play on that. From Miss Edgeworth's account of her travels to Galway it would appear that as a theme for tragedy it was popular a hundred years ago. But even before that I had a lively hatred of the town....'

All-new VW Crafter aims to set new standards

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Volkswagen Commercials Vehicles (VCI) says that the clear objective when designing and engineering the all-new Crafter was to produce a customer-focused transport solution, offering high economy and low total cost of ownership. It adds, that to that end it was developed precisely in line with the specific demands and requirements of various user groups and will achieve class-leading performances in a number of areas.

United welcome break after disappointing draw with Derry

alway United's SSE Airtricity League premier division clash against Derry City ended in bitter disappointment, despite dominating the majority of Friday's game.

Connacht and Glasgow in shootout at the Sportsgsround

It is now down to the top two teams, Connacht and Glasgow, to fight it out in this final round for a prized home semi-final in the Guinness Pro 12 League.

Mixed political messages – but the talks go on

Well, where are we now in this political jungle in which we the voters are mere observers and the actors in the play are on our screens and radio day after day?

Waves hit Galway women

Galway Women’s FC crashed to a second 3-0 defeat in four days when UCD Waves visited Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday night.

Opel Astra wins European Car of the Year 2016

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The Opel Astra emerged as the winner from a field of seven European Car of the Year finalists.

Annie Power the big pick at local Cheltenham preview night

As always, there was a fine crowd at The Salthill Hotel on Monday night for the annual Cheltenham preview event, which was this year sponsored by Paddy Power, with all proceeds in aid of Barney Curley's charity Direct Aid for Africa.

Wegians in trouble

Galwegians suffered a serious dent to their hopes of avoiding relegation when losing to Old Belvedere by 32-24 in Saturday's Ulster Bank League division 1A clash at Crowley Park

Martin McDonagh's Hangmen @ The Eye

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MARTIN MCDONAGH'S new play Hangmen is being staged by Britain's National Theatre in London, but Galwegians will be able to see it the Eye Cinema this evening at 7pm.

 

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