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Dominick Street lost one of its longest residents when businesswoman Carmel Flaherty passed away recently. Her sudden death was a great shock to her neighbours and friends on the street and she will be greatly missed by them.
What strikes us is the ordinariness of the forenames. The Patricks, the Julias, the Marys, the Peters, the Johns, the Mauds.
Three generations of the Kelly family were among the members of Shark Swimming Club which celebrated its 40th anniversary at the weekend.
Well, so much happened in the last week, and most of it during the weekend.
Carmel Flaherty unlocked the recently bolted-up front door to her shop on Dominick Street so that she could stand in the open doorway for a commemorative photograph to be taken.
One of the great business success stories in Galway has to be the rise and rise of the Sheridan brothers, who began selling cheese from a small stall at the Saturday market, to become a national brand, with products selling in major British food stores, and across the continent.
Looking for a great night of dramatic entertainment? Well, Kiltoom Drama Group are at it again! The hysterical comedy, It’s The Real McCoy, by Tommy Marren, has been taking the nation by storm and now Kiltoom Drama Group are putting their own twist on this wonderful play.