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A summer tram on William Street, 1904

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Our photograph of William Street shows the horse-drawn open-topped summer tram heading towards the terminus on Eyre Square.

Bowling Green

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Bowling Green first appears without a name on a map in 1608. It features a little later as Bóthar Alasandair or Alexander’s Lane (eventually shortened to Sander’s Lane) which in turn was named after Alexander’s Tower, a medieval tower nearby. It is difficult to know exactly when the name Bowling Green originated, but we must presume there was a bowling green in the area at some point. On an Ordnance Survey map of 1839, the part of Bowling Green we see in our photograph was known as ‘Bowling Green Lane’ while the section connecting with Lombard Street was known as ‘The Bow’. Both sections are collectively known as Bowling Green today.

Craft Butchery Apprenticeship

Are you creative and passionate about meat, food, and retail? This two year craft butcher apprenticeship programme leads to a Level 5 QQI qualification and is delivered on the job in your workplace (86 per cent) and off the job at a training centre (14 per cent).

An Bearna

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In 1928, Galway Urban Council prosecuted a Mr James McHugh from Bohermore for failing to comply with a notice requiring him to remove his butcher’s stall at Kingshill, Salthill, on the grounds that he had built it without authority, beyond the alignment of the adjacent houses. In fact, Mr McHugh had already sent the council a letter requesting permission to build the stall but those on the council were not yet aware of their powers at the time, and their solicitors had advised them that they, the council, did not have any control over the erection of such structures. Though they did not approve of the stall, they had failed to notify Mr McHugh. The case went in and out of court but the stall stayed where it was.

Guarantee a no fuss barbecue with a delicious crowd pleaser, Simon Rimmer X Weber’s low and slow cooked beef ribs. Big and bold, these indulgent beef ribs are packed full of flavour and are unde

Guarantee a no fuss barbecue with a delicious crowd pleaser, Simon Rimmer X Weber’s low and slow cooked beef ribs.

Sumptuous slow cooked beef ribs a barbecue treat

Guarantee a no fuss barbecue with a delicious crowd pleaser, Simon Rimmer X Weber’s low and slow cooked beef ribs.

Colleran's Butchers now delivering to Moycullen!

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Colleran's Butchers has been able to continue providing Galwegians in more than 20 locations throughout the county with premium meats and poultry products right to customers' doorsteps and now, Moycullen has been added to the ever growing delivery list.

New homes for Galway city at Fánán

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Burkeway Homes has introduced Fánán, its latest development of 101 new homes at Letteragh Road in Galway.

From Breaffy to Butcher Boy in Singapore

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Breaffy native Andrew Walsh has done his fair share of travelling over the years through his work as a chef in a number of top restaurants across the globe.

'Writing is always mysterious, contradictory, revelatory‘

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LAURA CASSIDY has ambition – she is determined to do whatever it takes to become a movie star – but not only ambitions dhe believes stardom is her birthright. Yet something inside her continually thwarts her meeting her destiny.

 

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