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Thank you to all who minded us this week

There is no worse feeling in the world than the realisation that you don’t matter, that whatever you do will not alter the axis of the world, that other people’s lives will not be changed a bit even if they were to bump into you. As citizens, it is our duty to make sure that others do not feel this way. As good humans, you have to do your bit to ensure that whatever you take from someone, let it not be their dignity and sense of security.

Let imagination run free where it was once stymied

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The news this week that Lenaboy Castle has been handed over to the city by the Sisters of Mercy, along with a €750,000 stipend to kickstart its refurbishment, is to be welcomed.

A celebration of food, art and music at SALT..It's time to revisit Salthill!

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SALT bar and restaurant in Galway’s most famous seaside village has opened its doors. Located at 163 Salthill, SALT brings a stylish and bohemian feel to one of Ireland’s most popular coastal destinations.

Every community needs people like Caitriona Lucas

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There is a scene in A Few Good Men where the character played by Jack Nicholson provoked by the Tom Cruise character, says that he represents those who stand guard on the wall while we sleep, while we have our parties, while we take liberty for granted, while we enjoy the freedoms that we have, because people like him are standing on that wall, day and night. Leaving aside the characteristics of that part he played, there resonates from his words the reality that exists in every community across the world.

Advertiser editorial honouring coastguard is named winner in global editorial contest

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An editorial from the Galway Advertiser honouring coastguard Caitriona Lucas, who died during a rescue off the west coast last year, has been named as a winner in a global contest to honour the best editorial writing in weekly newspapers.

Through four decades, the Arts Festival has shaped Galway

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I love the smell of the Galway International Arts Festival programme.

Kenny welcomes investment of €3.48 million for Mayo following Better Energy Communities funding

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Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed investment of €3.48 million for three Mayo projects as part of Better Energy Communities funding allocations. The funding will ensure local homes, community and commercial facilities will become more energy efficient thanks to government funding. The projects include a wide range of upgrades to fabric (insulation), heating systems, lighting and solar heating. At least three categories of local projects here in Mayo will receive direct funding of €1,794,928 from the Better Energy Communities (BEC) scheme administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.

Don’t let traffic strangle Galway

This morning, the city councillors convene a special meeting in City Hall to discuss the traffic problems that have been besetting the city for years, but which for some reason, other than the bus strike, seem to have escalated in recent weeks. A city the size of Galway should not be subject to the level of delay and confusion that reigns morning and evening.

Roscommon looking for a winning start against Tyrone

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A demanding trip to Healy Park for a clash with Tyrone is first on the Allianz Football League Division One agenda for Roscommon this Sunday.

Let’s make a contribution to our communities

In comedy, there is often truth and wisdom. In the ability to laugh at ourselves, we find nuggets about life.

 

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