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'Galway has lost the plot'

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Galway city has no enforcement in relation to alcohol in public areas.

Galway can’t waste another decade of indecision

Galway is great craic. Mighty craic. You can depend on Galway to give you what you want. A mighty place to go for the weekend. With the lads, and the girls. Jaysis, a place we can eat and drink and dance all night... And eat chips, clip clopping over the pebble stones or the medieval tarmac that lines the streets of our city and stagger back to the Airbnb sated. Galway is like that friend we all have who is always laughing and smiling. Even when he shouldn’t. The one you never take seriously because he is always smiling and laughing and having the craic.

Mellows power home to book place in final

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LIAM MELLOWS 2-21

Galway girls celebrate national cup victory

Galway WFC have been crowned U17 Só Hotels Women’s National League Cup champions after a 2-1 win over Peamount United at Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday afternoon.

Brooks Hotel comes of age

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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.

Brooks Hotel comes of age

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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.

Liam Mellows - Down and Out in New York

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Week II

Mellows advance to final after a long, long wait

Forty-seven years is a long time, and it is far too long for a progressive hurling club such as Liam Mellows not to have played in a Galway county senior hurling final.

Minors have scoring power to advance to final

The Galway minor hurlers will be keen to produce a big performance when they take on the Leinster champions Kilkenny in the All-Ireland semi-final this Sunday at Croke Park (2pm).

More people than ever before are sleeping rough in Galway city

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The number of people sleeping rough in the city is at its highest ever with up to 50 men and women lying in doorways at night. The "extraordinary" deterioration in the homelessness crisis has led to this "unprecedented" situation, according to Martin O'Connor, the assistant CEO of COPE Galway which provides emergency accommodation and day services for the homeless.

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