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GALWEGIANS OF a certain age will remember. A trip to the Claddagh Palace cinema was not complete without seeing him. Flat cap, long hair, and guitar in hand, singing folk songs.
A total of 2,268 Galwegians are still waiting for their passport applications to be processed as the passport service deals with the Covid backlog and the recent surge in applications.
More than 9,000 people across Galway city and county are still waiting for their theory and driving tests, according to new figures from the Road Safety Authority.
Labour Rep Katie Harrington is urging the people of Galway to engage with a new survey on the future of our towns and villages.
Galwegians mourned the loss of another rugby great with the recent passing of Brendan Guerin.
Rugby player with the Bish, Galwegians and Connacht, Browne is a home-town boy who became a legend in the club. After making his senior debut aged 19, he played more than 150 games for Connacht and was a central player in Connacht’s PRO12 title success.
A uniquely Galwegian instrument will see its concert debut at the opening of Music for Galway’s reimagined CELLISSIMO festival, a new cello festival for the west of Ireland, in a special performance at 7:30pm on March 25th, when Headford musician Naomi Berrill plays a piece specially composed for the Galway Cello by Bill Whelan.
He was one of those people who was known to all by just the one name, Danno, and that was not even his actual name. He was born Francis Brendan Heaslip in Knocknacarra in 1938. Because he looked very like a boxing champion of the times, Danno O’Mahoney, he was given the nickname and it stuck. He was one of six siblings born to Joe Heaslip from Cork and Maureen O’Donoghue from Tuam; Minnie, Jimmy, Michael, Danno, Helen, and Phil. They lived in Lenaboy Gardens in Salthill,.
A total of 2,091 Galwegians are awaiting an appointment for a driver theory test, leading to a former mayor of the city to call for the introduction of fast-track remote testing.
Everyone has a part to play in helping boost the local economy and limiting the spread of Covid-19 this December, that is the message from Mayor of the Galway City Council, Mike Cubbard, as Galwegians get ready to do their Christmas shopping and make the long-awaited return to the restaurants and bars.