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Let the games begin

The time is nigh. Mayo will put their Connacht championship on the line when they travel to Salthill in Galway to take on the home side in the Connacht semi-final on Sunday. It has been 10 weeks since we watched the green and red in competitive action, but the time seems to have just dwindled away, such was the anticipation about what may unfold in Salthill.

Let the sunshine continue and enjoy the walk

Whether it is Galway city, Oranmore, Claregalway, or Moycullen, traffic delays have become part and parcel of our transport system over the last number of years. And it is expected to worsen this week in an effort to get better - or that's what we all hope.

Frontline workers being hung out to dry

Ireland’s frontline workers are being hung out to dry by this Government. Members of An Garda Siochana, nurses, firefighters, ambulance personnel, and prison officers cannot and should not be targeted again for pay cuts, dressed up in any guise.

Choose politicians who have a track record in defending the right to life

Dear Editor,

Is it time to abolish the Seanad?

Abolish the Senate — YES — John Fitzgerald

Mervue’s ordinary Joe Soap receives top Rotary award

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“An ordinary Joe Soap from Mervue” has joined an elite list of presidents, royalty and world leaders to have been awarded with the highest accolade Rotary can bestow on a person

Cats laugh as economy goes under the microscope at Kilkenomics

Cat Laughs Comedy Festival founder Richard Cooke and popular TV economist David McWilliams are coming together for a novel business event this November in Kilkenny entitled Kilkenomics.

Is Government lifeline to banks going to cost us in the long run ?

The million dollar question on the lips of the tax-payer is, ‘is the proposed €400 billion pay-out to banks going to hurt anyone other than the tax-payer at the end of the day, when the economy recovers’.

I’ve got the budget blues and it’s not going away

Were we not miserable enough? Must they kick you while you’re down? Do they really need to take that one last and most damaging punch as a precaution just in case you might rise up from the ashes?

Teachers fan the flames of political warfare

It’s been a busy few weeks. It was always going to heat up in the world of politics at some stage before the local elections, but I thought it might hold off until after Christmas, but recent events have ensured that this will not be the case.

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