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The long dark shadow
Private James Barry was posted as a sentry at the barrack gate in Castlebar on the night of 13 May 1830. When darkness descended, he tied a long handkerchief to the trigger of his musket. He then tied the other end to the gate bolt, put the muzzle to his chest and stepped backwards. The shot passed through his heart and exited through his spine. The inquest found Barry suffered from temporary insanity occasioned by 'fatal love'.
Solicitor from Galway establishes Solicitor’s firm in Castletroy, Limerick
Galway claim league crown with win over Cork
Galway Senior Camogie delivered a 2-13 to 1-12 victory over Cork to claim the 2023 Very Camogie division 1A league crown for a second successive year.
The Saw Doctors announce second concert at 2023 Galway Arts Festival
Galway International Arts Festival and Róisín Dubh are delighted to announce that The Saw Doctors will play a second concert at the Heineken Big Top on Saturday July 29.
Buccaneers maintain winning flow with hard pressed victory over Malone in Dubarry Park
BUCCANEERS 27 MALONE 24
Micheál O’Connor releases New Single, ‘Home in Mayo’
Galway based contemporary singer-songwriter Micheál O’Connor, originally from Mayo, released his new single earlier this month on Wednesday February 8. ‘Home in Mayo’ evokes the spirit of Micheál's home county.
‘The girl we left behind us’
In the immediate aftermath of the recapture of Clifden by the anti-Treaty forces on Sunday 29 October 1922, the town was in a mess. Every house on Main Street had its windows and doors shattered. The streets were littered with glass as a result of explosions. In the houses opposite the barracks ‘not a picture remained on the walls, nor a piece of furniture unscathed’. Porter and spirits ‘flowed out the door’ of Lavelle’s pub. The ‘armoured car’, which had caused so much surprise, and gave cover to allow bombs to be placed, was removed and abandoned at Killery. It was noted that for the first time in living memory there were no church services in Clifden that Sunday.
Residential Branch of the Year Award
Sherry FitzGerald’s Galway branch was presented with the company’s Residential Branch of the Year 2023 award at its traditional in-person annual conference held recently in Dublin.