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Local shows to benefit from funding

A number of agricultural shows in County Galway will receive funding, allocated by Minister for Rural & Community Development, Michael Ring.

New book chronicles turbulent decade in North Galway

A new book which chronicles the revolutionary decade in North Galway will be launched in Tuam next month. Written by local GP Dr. Jarlath Deignan who is a member of the Old Tuam Society, the book discusses the various episodes that occurred during the pursuit of Irish freedom from a local perspective, including the Great War, Easter 1916, the War of Independence, the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the Civil War.

Greens announce election candidate for Galway-Roscommon

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Julie O'Donoghue, a 35-year-old schoolteacher, and founder member of both Plastic Free Roscommon and Athlone Extinction Rebellion, has been chosen as the Green Party candidate for Galway-Roscommon.

The Galway Appetiser

Middle Street would have been considered for many years a culinary no-go zone. In fact it was safe to say that the best thing about it as far as food was concerned, aside from the late lamented Da Tang Noodle House, was the short cut into the back door of the King's Head.

Book it! - new children’s book festival for Galway

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Book it!, Galway's new book festival for children is taking place this month, and will feature readings and events with Alan Durant, Catherine Doyle, Patricia Forde, Eric Kaeil, Patrick Ryan and Michael Smith.

Increase in jobless numbers in the Midlands, says Murphy

Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Dep Eugene Murphy, has expressed his concern at Live Register figures for the Midlands which have increased.

1,400 additions to Galway residential housing stock

1,424 new dwellings in Galway were added to the GeoDirectory database in the twelve months to June 2019, according to the latest GeoView Residential Buildings Report, prepared by EY-DKM Economic Advisory on behalf of GeoDirectory.

The ‘blue moonlight’ of Galway 1893

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Our Swedish journalist Hugo Vallentin arrived in Galway in the late summer of 1893. He had spent the previous weeks travelling through Dublin, Cork, Killarney and Limerick, assessing people’s reactions to the progress of Gladstone’s Second Home Rule act, which he believed was a question of interest to the whole ‘civilised world’.

The ‘blue moonlight’ of Galway 1893

Our Swedish journalist Hugo Vallentin arrived in Galway in the late summer of 1893. He had spent the previous weeks travelling through Dublin, Cork, Killarney and Limerick, assessing people’s reactions to the progress of Gladstone’s Second Home Rule act, which he believed was a question of interest to the whole ‘civilised world’.

Awards come west for RE/MAX Galway estate agents

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RE/MAX Galway received a total of four awards at the RE/MAX Ireland annual awards, held recently in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.

 

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