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To celebrate their 100th anniversary, Ballinrobe Racecourse has this week published A History in the Making – a beautiful collection of memoirs, photographs, historical facts and behind the scenes snippets from the Mayo racecourse.
Mayor Colette Connolly says she is deeply concerned that the gardaí are "failing to take action" across a wide range of "illegal and unacceptable activity" in Galway city.
During the past couple of decades CLG Oileáin Árainn’s rise has been one of the great success stories in Galway football. It is a tale of perseverance and hope, crushing losses experienced, great days sampled.
The HSE has opened a walk-in test centre in St Aloysius College, Athlone, in response to the suspected Delta variant outbreak of Covid-19 cases linked to socialising by the river on the west side of the town on June 11.
Certain public areas of Galway city are under consideration as places where the consumption of alcohol will be permitted for the forthcoming ‘outdoor summer’.
Gardaí must be given priority in receiving Covid 19 vaccinations, according to Fine Gael Galway City Central councillor, Eddie Hoare.
ST PATRICK’S Day will be an online celebration this year. It's a great occasion to spend time with family and have fun at home. That's why The Galway Advertiser, Galway City Council and Galway Museum have come together to bring fun and interactive content and activities for all the family to your home. Discover about St Patrick's Day traditions history, give our St Patrick's Day quiz a try and enjoy games and activities with the kids, including DIY St Patrick's Day badges, Scavenger hunt and colouring!
In September 1907 Stephen L Gwynn MP set out for a prolonged cycle-walkabout through Connemara. He was a very well known man in the Galway area, which he had represented for more than 12 years at Westminster as a member of the Irish Parliamentary Party. He was, as well, a literary man and a poet, who took genuine pleasure talking with, and meeting people. With fishing rods and knapsack, he set out on his bicycle on what turned out to be an eventful journey, along Cois Fhairrige to Clifden, through the mountains to Killary and Leenane, across Joyce Country to Lough na Fooey, then on to Ballinrobe and Tourmakeady, and home again along the coast road.*
The publication of the Final Report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes has been acknowledged as an important milestone with deep and personal impact for all those with a connection to the Mother and Baby Homes.
Mayo County Council will hold a special meeting to discuss the report from the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes.