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The village of Claddagh was a unique collection of thatched cottages arranged in a very random fashion, a place apart, occupied by a few thousand souls. They had their own customs, spoke mainly in Irish, intermarried, elected their own king and had a code of laws unique to the village. Virtually the entire male population was involved in fishing, but when they landed their catch, the women took over and they were the ones who went out and sold the product.
FF Cllr John Connolly has said that the New Draft Bus Network for the City will provide a number of routes that will link the wider Knocknacarra area with Salthill, something that is lacking from the current bus network.
Aoife Rynne, the 25 year old winner of the Castlegar GAA club's 'Win a Home in Salthill Galway' fundraising draw at the weekend said that she still can't believe her luck.
Plans from Galway City Council to install two new pedestrian crossings on roads in the west of the city in 2023 have been welcomed by a local councillor.
More than 6,000 bed days were lost at Galway’s public hospitals in the first nine months of this year because patients who were fit to be discharged were still occupying HSE beds.
Immersing yourself and being involved in creative activities contribute to happy and healthy ageing. Continuing with the theme of Positive Ageing featured in this publication recently, COPE Galway’s Jacquie Lynskey speaks of the huge benefits of immersing yourself in hobbies, interests and activities that reduce stress and tension. “Creativity, hobbies and pastimes are not only enjoyable but are highly beneficial and contribute to overall health and wellbeing,” she said.
Castlegar GAA Club have launched a hugely exciting fundraiser to win an amazing home in Salthill.
A packed clubhouse in Corinthian Park gathered to pay tribute to a true legend on Saturday evening while also raising funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association. Paddy Flynn was greeted by hundreds of well-wishers from the moment he arrived with his tribute part of a major fundraising event at the club.
Nearly every day since the pandemic commenced, two great servants to Galway sport gather behind so called enemy lines to talk about football and life.
Croí webinar — expert advice on living with irregular heartbeat