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The mayor of Galway, Cllr Mike Cubbard is to serve a second successve term as the city’s mayor for 2020/21 after he was selected at the council’s annual meeting on Friday evening at Leisureland.
Gardaí in Mayo have arrested a man, who was sought in connection with multiple theft offences across the country.
A former Mayor of Galway City is calling on the public to beware of the Wangiri or Ring Once scam, where people receive calls "at all times of the day and night".
Everyone needs to cross the road. This obvious fact can be overlooked when we take our place in the street hierarchy as a driver, cyclist or pedestrian. Roads are simply a means to an end and, however we travel, we seem to want precedence over those other groups, even if we may be part of them when making other journeys.
Tickets are still available for this weekend's Astro-Nomic Carnmore LipSync Challenge being held to raise funds for the fantastic new astro pitch facility at Carnmore GAA grounds.
Carnmore legends past and present to take part in AstroNomic Lip-sync challenge to fund new astro facility
Dozens of Carnmore hurling and camogie stars from the past and the present will be hoping to lip-sync their way to glory in the Astro-Nomic Carnmore Challenge next week.
Buying presents for loved ones is a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Knowing that your gift will raise a smile across the face of the lucky recipient is a special feeling. However, the decision making process on which present to purchase for a birthday or Christmas can be a stressful one.
College students, set to begin the annual hunt for accommodation in Galway, are being warned of scammers when renting property in the city.
AS TECHNOLOGY progresses, at what point will the distinctions between machines and humans become blurred? Can poetry still be a voice or rage and reason against oppression and discrimination? And Irish literature, what lies behind its recent renaissance?
A new ‘mycarcheck’ survey of British motorists shows half of all used buyers encounter phishing. With recent Home Office figures in Britain revealing a near 50 per cent increase in vehicle thefts over the last five years (up from 75,308 in 2013-14 to 111,999 in 2017-18), a new mycarcheck survey highlights the shocking extent of online phishing scams.