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Cheevers accuses Government of neglecting Defence Forces personnel in Galway

Many soldiers stationed in Renmore Barracks are natives of Munster and have a “legitimate ambition to return and serve in or close to their native place”, but the high cost of renting in Galway is also a major factor in this.

'Coming through with the realness'

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Among the highlights of this year’s Galway Theatre Festival is Steven Sharpe’s new one-man musical, The Realness of Miss Representation, which he will present, for two performances only, at the Town Hall Theatre studio.

Sacred Heart Hospital to be opened today

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The official opening of the long-awaited new 70 bedroom complex at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar will be performed this morning (Friday) by Minister Michael Ring.

Pelosi reflects on Good Friday accord as An Post introduces welcome initiative

I hope you had a lovely Easter and that you and your family and friends had some time together.

Forty new jobs to be created by PwC in Galway

PwC last week celebrated the relocation of its Galway office to city centre state-of-the-art premises at One Galway Central.

New emergency department at UHG may not open until 2024

A former county mayor and sitting councillor has voiced concern that it could be 2024 before patients can avail of a new emergency department at the west’s biggest hospital.

What the Gaeltacht Civil Rights Movement can still teach us today

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Fifty years ago the Gaeltacht Civil Rights Movement was founded, inspired by developments in the Six Counties, the USA, and France. To mark the occasion, hour-long programmes were broadcast on Raidió na Gaeltachta and TG4; it was discussed at the Galway History Festival; and a book is also being published.

Implementation of VAT on food supplements unfair and unjust – Chambers

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Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo Lisa Chambers has called on the Government to intervene and stop VAT of 23 per cent being imposed on food supplements from today, Friday, March 1.

'We all find a bit of ourselves and our own Irishness in Ross'

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IT IS 2029 and Ireland is in the midst of an economic boom. The one and only Ross O’Carroll-Kelly is about to turn 50 – and life could not be better. His wife, Sorcha, is Taoiseach; his sons are the backbone of the Castlerock College Junior Cup team; and he still does allright with the ladies and as managing director of Hook, Lyon and Sinker estate agents.

May visits Farmleigh in latest Brexit discussions as Irish rugby receives a fillip with weekend win

We might call last weekend’s rugby a success, but I call it a qualified success, and I’ll explain that as I go on. Firstly, the women played a magnificent game and triumphed over Scotland. Likewise, the under 20 team had a significant win in their joust with Scotland. So now we come to the big one last Saturday, Ireland versus Scotland. I settled myself down to look at it, turned off my telephone and my email and decided I would wallow in what I hoped would be a victory.

 

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