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Winter is biting financially even without a big freeze

So how has winter been for you so far? I’m tempting fate because we are not out of January yet but it looks as if it will go into the books as a relatively mild one.

Winter is biting financially even without a big freeze

So how has winter been for you so far? I’m tempting fate because we are not out of January yet but it looks as if it will go into the books as a relatively mild one.

Galway-Limerick rail times ‘a disgrace’ says MEP Higgins

Irish Rail’s announcement that it will reduce journey times between Galway and Dublin by 15/20 minutes is welcome but the Galway-Limerick rail times are still “a disgrace”.

New York medals for Galway players

Three footballers from Galway clubs, Peter Fahy (Salthill-Knocknacarra), Shane Maher (St James) and Darren Walsh (Killanin) had a big win last weekend in Gaelic Park (New York) when they played starring roles for Leitrim in that club's exciting 2-12 to 3-6 win over Kerry in the east coast championship.

Aftershocks not expected after quake causes rumble along west coast

Aftershocks from the earthquake which shook parts of Galway county and Mayo early yesterday could occur in the new few days, but these are not expected to be anything of significance, a geological expert said last evening.

Here come The Deans

FRESH FROM a series of acclaimed gigs in the US and France, rising County Galway three-piece The Deans are back on home soil for a series of gigs over the festive period.

Southeast hit hardest as dole queues grow

New figures released by the CSO reveal that the Southeast region of Ireland, including Kilkenny, has shown the largest increase in those signing on – a rise of two and a half per cent.

Frankie fares forth

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VOTED ONE of the top 10 plays of the last decade in the Sunday Times Critics Choice, Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer is a blackly funny, moving and spooky drama. Nomad Theatre Network and Decadent Theatre Company have now mounted a new production of this award-winning play which is coming soon to the Town Hall Theatre as part of a national tour.

The Galway ethos deserves its place at the top table

For a county and city which has provided leaders in many spheres throughout its long and varied history, it is surprising that it is only next week that a Galway person will take his/her place in one of the key political roles in the country.

Fearing and White at the Crane

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ANDY WHITE and Stephen Fearing will play the Crane Bar on Friday next, November 4. The duo, who boast 19 solo albums between them, have recently released a collaboration entitled Fearing & White.

 

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