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As one of the country's finest hurlers for the best part of a decade, David Burke has seen, done, and won it all.
Two young people from the St. Joseph's Foroige group in Streamstown, Ciara Maxwell and Adam Costello , joined 250 teenagers from Ireland, India and the USA in Maynooth last week for Foróige’s Leadership for Life Youth Conference.
Just opened in the Linenhall Arts Centre is Showroom, an intriguing installation by Aideen Farrell. Aideen is a Dublin-based installation artist whose practice explores the systems and physical structures that shape, represent, and impose order on our built environments.
Moycullen basketball star Paul Kelly is one of the shining lights for the Ireland U18 men's team this week.
After 13-years in the green and red with the Mayo seniors, Castlebar Mitchels Barry Moran has decided to hang up his inter-county boots.
On June 9th, it’s time to get ‘All Shook Up’ at The Prince Bar & Kitchen, Athlone. ‘The Elvis Experience Show’ featuring Tim Ryan will perform your favourite hits from this legendary music icon. Whether you are an Elvis fan or not, a great night of entertainment is promised. With no cover charge, pop down to The Prince early as the show will begin at 10pm.
St Nicholas’s Collegiate church has seen many changes in the city over the hundreds of years it has stood guard over the street, but is about to experience a new one with the announcement this week that its new rector will be the first female to hold the post.
According to the latest estimates from the World Health Organisation, more than 300 million people worldwide and approximately 450,000 people (one in 10) in Ireland are now living with depression.
A state of the art Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Clinic has opened on Merchant Road in the city offering therapeutic and healing treatment to the people of Galway and beyond.
O’Donnellan & Joyce's April auction was a wonderful success with extraordinary results in the auction room for both sellers and buyers. The auction room was packed to capacity with nervous sellers, 39 lots were up for auction with more than 90 per cent of the Galway city properties selling on the day. There was a huge number of happy buyers who felt there was great value in the room last Friday. Sellers achieved substantially more than they had anticipated, with the hammer falling above the reserve price on all lots.