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The Social Democrats will host the party's Connacht Regional Conference in The Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, tomorrrow evening from 6.30pm.
Galway history buffs and ancestry addicts can have fee access to Irish records this month on family history website Ancestry.
In 1909 Galway was at a low ebb, the population was just over 3,000, the local economy was in poor shape, the canal and the docks were not being well used commercially, the student population of UCG was 131, there was very little manufacturing, and local politics was still bedevilled by the Parnell split. There were two local newspapers, The Connacht Champion which actively supported William Smith O’Brien MP and often virulently attacked the Irish Parliamentary Party, and The Galway Express which originally supported the conservative unionist viewpoint, but which gradually became more nationalist until its premises were wrecked in 1920 by the Black and Tans.
The Galway Advertiser is by far the most powerful medium of advertising in the region, being five times more effective than the Connacht Tribune and at least ten times more effective than the Galway Independent, according to an independent Red C readership poll carried out in Galway city and county in the past few weeks.
The family of the late John Cunningham will launch a collection of his writings this evening. All proceeds from the book, which takes its title As I Saw It from Mr Cunningham’s popular ‘As I See It’ column in the Connacht Tribune, will go to the Galway Hospice Foundation.
The death occurred this week of former editor of the Connacht Tribune, Mr John Cunningham.
Tributes were paid yesterday to the former Connacht Tribune editor John Cunningham, who passed away on Tuesday.
A company owned by the Rabbitt family from Oranmore has completed the purchase of Highland Radio in Donegal from Denis O'Brien's Communicorp Group.
The Galway Advertiser has increased its lead in the local newspaper circulation race, pulling well ahead of its local rivals, according to the latest distribution and sales figures, published by the UK-based Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC)
The Galway Advertiser has come out as the most effective newspaper for advertising in the city and county, according to a comprehensive poll carried out by the RED C polling agency.