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As was the norm, the last time I spoke with Martin Horgan, one of us was either coming or going to a football pitch. Trudging off with a bag of balls, shoving singlets into a box, making some arrangement for the pushing of some project or others, the complexion of sporting satisfaction evident in our visage. Perhaps because it was always in places like that that we encountered each other, my memories are so precious and so sad. Pitches were a playground in our youth, and in our more mature years, they still represent a leap from the reality of life. Perhaps that is why I love them so much. That reality hit home this week when Martin passed away, his death sending shockwaves throughout the sporting community in Galway and his wide circle of family and friends.
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It took extra time to save Willow Park from being the victim of a giant killing act in the Paddy Cotter Cup on Sunday morning last
The closing of the lay-bys on motorways by TII flies in the face of their own advice not to drive if you are tired, a Galway TD has warned.
Independent Councillor Terry O’ Flaherty would like to thank the Renmore Community Employment Scheme participants for the works they carried out in Ballyloughane recently.
Independent City Councillor Terry O’Flaherty has called on Galway City Council to carry out a much-needed facelift to the ‘shabby’ exterior of the Walter Macken Place flats complex in Mervue.
Sean Canney Independent TD has called on Galway County Council and the Office of Public Works to expedite the project and give it the urgent attention that is needed to bring the project to fruition.
Pat and Una McDonagh received the Outstanding Contribution to Sponsorship Award as the 2023 Irish Sponsorship Awards that were held in Dublin last Thursday.
Dramatist Garry Hynes was nominated for a Best Director award by the UK Theatre Awards last week for DruidO’Casey, the production of Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy.
Independent TD for Galway East, Sean Canney, has called on the Government to expand the scope of its recently announced €10 million additional overtime funding for Dublin’s gardai in an effort to counteract the city’s crime, as the ‘absence of garda presence’ on the ground is a ‘serious concern’ across the country.