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The Kenny Bookshop and Gallery - seventy years a growing

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The Kenny Bookshop was founded in 1940 by Des and Maureen Kenny in the family home in High Street but nobody envisaged that 70 years later the family business would still be going stong and be a recognised ‘brand name’ across the globe.

Mervue hero Billy is named top volunteer in annual Mayor’s Awards

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VETERAN footballer and coach and fundraiser extraordinaire Billy Carr of Mervue was named as the Galway city Volunteer of the Year at the annual Mayor’s Awards which were presented on Tuesday night.

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?

They say that the concept of Christmas lights emanated from the location of the season in the darkest time of the year. When the days are the shortest, when even the light from the stars is covered by the dark clouds, creating a big dark curtain over the world and allowing our weary eyes respite from the bright summer sun.

Loughrea Community Forum meeting to tackle the recession

The economy is in recession, but it is not a reason to despair. Instead it is an opportunity for local enterprises to become proactive, self-reliant, and innovative, in order to meet the challenges of the future.

Loughrea Community Forum meeting to tackle the recession

The economy is in recession, but it is not a reason to despair. Instead it is an opportunity for local enterprises to become proactive, self-reliant, and innovative, in order to meet the challenges of the future.

Talks to focus on history of Kinvara

A series of illustrated talks due to take place in Kinvara in the coming weeks will shed light on the history of the area.

Advertiser is runaway winner in local newspaper circulation race

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The Galway Advertiser is the highest circulation local newspaper in the country, according to the latest audited figures released by the UK-based Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC).

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