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THE ARTS are essential to politics, precisely because they can go beyond ideologies and entrenched positions, into the mind and lived experience of another person. Through the artist’s presentation of that life, we can see another perspective; who we might be in other circumstances; or into a reality we have been fortunate enough not to have lived.
LAURENCE MCKEOWN, who endured 70 days on hunger strike in 1981 in the Maze Prison, and who since become an awarenesses winning writer, will read at the next Over The Edge.
Cortoon-Shamrocks and Kilkerrin-Clonberne will go head to head in the Galway intermediate football final with promotion to senior status the prize.
Galway made it four wins from five league games with an unconvincing performance against the now relegated Meath team in Sunday's Allianz Football League's clash in Navan.
A disastrous second half from Galway in line with a spirited Roscommon fightback sends Galway to the qualifiers once again. Five unanswered points at the end of the first half had Galway leading 0-10 to 0-5 at the break. Quite similar to Roscommon’s position half way through last year's final and just like last year the home side lost out to a hungrier dog on the day.
Padraic Joyce’s Galway U20 side followed up their comprehensive victory over Kildare with a closely fought 1-11 to 0-12 win over a very physically strong Cork side.
Padraic Joyce and his Galway u20 team began their season with a comfortable 1-18 to 0-10 point victory over Kildare in their opening game of the John Kerins cup which was held in Pearse Park, Longford.
Making Galway city ‘employment friendly’ for those with disabilities must become a major priority of the new council after May 24, a Labour candidate has said.
Making Galway city 'employment friendly' for those with disabilities must become a major priority of the new council after May 24, a Labour candidate has said.
Street entertainment is central to Galway’s "success as a thriving city, and its attractiveness to visitors", according to Labour Galway City East candidate, Liam Boyle, who has pledged his opposition to the controversial busking bye-laws.