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''I came to Galway in 1966 and started working for the local milk company,I worked there two years and I fell in love with a girl and bought a mini car. Isn't it funny, with all the vans and cars I have,I can't think of their reg numbers but I can tell you the reg of my first one - LZH561, a small mini car. I pulled into Eyre Square with a bit of stuff and never looked back since. I'm 52 years here.
Mayo features prominently in a new book entitled Irish Working Lives by Senator Marie Louise O' Donnell. whose prose is accompanied by stunning images from award winning photographer, Eric Luke.
Pat Hardiman, one of the Galway's leading trade unionists, has quit the Labour Party after 36 years of membership, to stand as an Independent candidate in the highly competitive Galway City East ward.
The Galway City Council must introduce a rota system in order to combat over flowing bins in the city centre according to a Galway city councillor.
A new lecture series is set to begin on April 4 at NUI Galway to focus on major research achievements made by the college in recent years.
I am a Galway lad through and through. Made the big move in from the parish (Moycullen) a few years ago. Now living in the heart of the city, I truly have fallen in love with this place once again. Most of all,I love the music scene full of quality Bands, DJ's and excellent comedy. With all the festivals and the gigs lined up for this summer, I can wait to see what Galway 20/20 brings. Hon the parish..
I first came to Galway when I was five years old. I was visiting in the dead of winter on holiday from America. I was shocked immediately by the lack of snow and how green everything still was. Unfortunately, I don’t remember too much because I was five but I remember being enchanted by the lush green environment and the very visible history still present.
The Fine Gael Executive Council has added Donna Sheridan as a candidate for the Castlebar local election area in Mayo.
An Taibhdhearc, Ireland’s only Irish language theatre, situated in Middle Street, the very heart of Galway, grew out of a conversation between two remarkable men, Professor Liam Ó Briain and Dr Séamus Ó Beirn.* Both men, passionate Irish speakers, believed that a lively Irish language theatre would promote Irish in an imaginative way.
Monaghans Galway, the first Skoda dealer in Ireland, has been a constant presence on the Tuam Road for more than 25 years.