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Post Office network needs Government support says Canney

Independent TD Seán Canney is calling on the Government to intervene and support the post office network before it collapses.

Salmon Weir pedestrian and cycle bridge to open by spring

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Galway City Council this week turned the first sod for the construction of the iconic new Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge – the first new bridge to span the Corrib in over 30 years.

Kildare come calling to Carrick on Sunday

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James Horan has made three changes to his starting teams for Mayo's clash with Kildare on Sunday afternoon in the National Football League.

Why women’s sports deserve support and funding

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"The last mile is never crowded and that’s the way it does feel sometimes. The difference is to be able to hold on in there, to keep it going."

Moycullen's Superleague season is not getting easier

Often referred to as the spiritual home of Irish basketball, Neptune Stadium awaits this weekend for the Moycullen Superleague basketballers as they journey to Cork city in search of some comfort and confidence.

Hanley calls for greater investment for public transport in the city

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Traffic congestion in Galway “will get worse before it gets better”, which is why “significant investment” in public transport is vital to combat the personal, environmental, and economic toll gridlock is taking on the city.

Some aspects of Galway postal history

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The idea for regular stages for carrying letters is as old as history itself. The regular use of the words “post” and “litir” in 15th century Irish manuscripts suggests that by that time a postal system was already in existence here.

Santa liaises with NCBI library teams prior to Christmas season

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How, how, how perfect would it be to hear directly from Santa just in time for the festive season?

Connacht’s spirit to the rugby fore as new CAO system to embrace additional education options

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Permanent civic arts space for city takes a step closer to becoming a reality

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A permanent civic arts space for Galway city has taken a step closer to becoming a permanent reality, as An Post has begun the process of engaging with developers to transform its Eglinton Street headquarters.


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