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Croí grateful for jersey sponsorship of Naomh Padraig GAA
Croí - the west of Ireland Heart and Stroke Charity - is delighted to benefit from a jersey sponsorship of Naomh Padraig GAA, thanks to a sponsorship gift from a local Mayo businessman.
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‘A city numbed speechless’ as teens are laid to rest after Menlo tragedy
The tragic deaths of three teenagers in an accident at Menlo Pier last weekend has left “a city numbed speechless,” the priest celebrating the first of the funeral Masses said yesterday (Wednesday), when hundreds of mourners gathered to bid farewell to 16-year-old John Keenan Sammon.
Worrying trend as 400 knife crimes reported in Galway since 2016
Statistics show that nearly 400 knife crimes have been reported to the Gardaí in the Galway Division since 2016. These statistics, which were obtained by Aontú, show that in a seven year period nearly 60 occurrences of knife crime were reported in Galway per year with some 13,000 knives seized by Gardaí nationwide during the same period.
Taoiseach assures Grealish of Government funding if ring road gets go-ahead
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has assured Galway West TD Noel Grealish that if the city’s ring road gets the go-ahead from An Bord Pleanála, it will be funded by Government.
Kirwan’s Lane, a bird’s eye view
This lane is one of the most attractive in Galway and one of the most historic. There were originally 14 lanes in medieval Galway and this is one of the few that still exist. It dates back to the 16th century. As our photograph shows, it must have been very impressive back then.
Jack Carty breaks Elwood's long-held Connacht kicking record
Outhalf Jack Carty has become Connacht's all-time top points scorer after a comprehensive 43-24 over the Emirates Lions at the weekend.
Remembering ‘Williameen’ McDonagh
We have two photographs today of groups from Our Lady's Boys' Club. Firstly, a club rugby team that made history by winning the Connacht Junior League for the first time in 1959, and secondly, some club members taken on the annual camp in Lough Cutra Castle, c1956.
Constituency work and service remains priority - Deputy Peter Burke
The newly appointed Minister of State for European Affairs and Defence, Deputy Peter Burke, has said that he has big ambitions for his new role but it is clear in his mind that his constituency work and the service he provides to constituents will not suffer.
Record-breaking year for the Passport Service
As we the end of the 2022 approached, the final tally of passports issued realised a total of 1,080,000 which sets a new annual record for the Irish Passport Service.