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Lower Dominick Street about one hundred and fifty years ago

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According to Hely Dutton, Dominick Street was built in the early part of the 19th century. It was outside the old city walls and was an indicator of how Galway was beginning to expand at the time. This photograph, which was taken c1965, is probably the earliest existing image of the street.

Sixties night to raise funds for Galway woman’s medical treatment

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A sixties night will take place in Claregalway next week as part of an ongoing fundraising campaign towards the medical costs of a young Galway woman who has been undergoing treatment for a serious mental illness.

Athlone’s latest pharma firm expands

The Athlone-based plant of a multi-national pharmaceutical firm has been accredited for microbiology testing by the Irish Medicines Board this week.

Fr Griffin’s to build on u-16 success

Fr Griffin’s Éire Óg GAA Club is appealing to members to re-double their fundraising efforts.

golf results

Cregmore Golf Club: Cregmore celebrated success at the weekend, becoming Cecil Ewing Connacht champions. The team was: Conor Killeen and Philip Gallagher; Conor O'Shea and Mike Kearns, Pat Gavin and David Burke,J ohn McGrath and Brendan Cleary,Eoin Corcoran and Karl Hughes, Mike Greally and Fiachra Murphy, Ciaran O'Donnell and Sean Cloonan, and team captain Mossie Sheehan.

GMIT student innovation award winners announced

The GMIT Castlebar Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) has announced the winners of the GMIT Innovation Awards 2010.

Spring season competitions pick up a gear in Mayo

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€6 million sale of Tuam Herald not proceeding, confirm owners

Plans to sell the Tuam Herald to the Alpha Newspaper Group have halted after the group bought a minority share in the newspaper.

St Patrick passed us by, but some magic remains...

Another St Patrick’s Day has slipped by, and I am reminded that although there are several wells associated with saints in and around Galway city, St Patrick, on his many journeys around Ireland, notably in Mayo, passed Galway by.


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