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Joyce’s acquires Indreabhán supermarket

Joyce’s Supermarkets has acquired Siopa an Phobail, in Indreabhán, Connemara.

New Joyce’s Supermarket Headford to open its doors tomorrow at 11am

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It is an exciting week for the town of Headford as the new-look Joyce’s Supermarket opens its doors for the first time tomorrow at 11am.

Get the savings now with Joyces Supermarkets Deals card

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Pat Joyce believes that when shops offer bargains, shoppers should not have to wait six months to get the benefit. When asked at a conference last year why his store did not give customers loyalty cards, he replied by saying that while other stores offer you money back six months down the line, customers in his stores were getting the benefit of the savings straight away.

Connemara becomes battlefield in Tan war

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Connemara becomes battlefield in Tan war

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Remembering Myles Joyce

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In April 1980, I interviewed Mrs Sarah Lynskey from Bridge Street, on her 100th birthday, for this column. In the course of our conversation, she told me her earliest memory was of “kneeling on the Salmon Weir Bridge with my mother and a lot of Claddagh women praying. I know they were Claddagh women because I can still see the triangles of shawl as they knelt on the bridge. We were praying for a fellow, they were going to hang him the next day. Joyce was his name”. She was talking about Myles Joyce, an innocent man who was to be hanged along with two others for the Maamtrasna murders.

Galway 1910 - 1923, the changing years

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Early in 1916, Pádraic Pearse visited Athenry to discuss plans for the Rising. He wanted the Volunteers to hold the county at the River Suck at Ballinasloe, to capture Galway city, and then, if possible, to march on Dublin. There were several variations of this strategy, but whichever plan was finally agreed, its success depended on the Volunteers receiving modern weaponry. Up to then the men had been rehearsing with shotguns, and sticks. Pearse assured them that small arms, including assault rifles and machine guns, were on their way. They would arrive in Gort, and be distributed from there.

New charge of criminal damages over family fued

Four men have appeared at Mullingar District Court recently in relation to a long running family feud in the town.

Feud case adjourned for “further investigations”

Members of two families have been ordered not to engage in feuding after they appeared before Mullingar District Court yesterday (Thursday).

Maamtrasna - beginning the search for truth

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