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Tuam Green candidate expresses sadness over Ringsend fire

Islammiyah Kadejo, Green Party candidate for Tuam LEA has expressed her profound sadness regarding the devastating fire that engulfed the former Shipwright pub in Ringsend. The fire occurred following an earlier anti-immigrant protests fuelled by claims that the building would be used to house asylum seekers.

Monivea-Abbey and Kilmeena to provide thriller as Tuam says goodbye to stand

The Connacht intermediate football semi final will take place this coming Sunday afternoon in Tuam Stadium at 2pm between Monivea-Abbey and Mayo intermediate champions Kilmeena as Francis Roche’s team begin their foray into the provincial championship.

Radio star Ollie Turner added to FG council electoral ticket in Tuam area

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Radio star Ollie Turner took the first step into a career in politics on Sunday night when he was added to the Fine Gael ticket for next summer’s elections to Galway County Council.

New Harmony Health Store is celebrating 10 years in Tuam

We are delighted to be celebrating our 10th anniversary here at New Harmony Health Store. It has been a very quick 10 years – the time has absolutely flown.

New medical life breathed into The Grove

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The historical role that The Grove in Tuam played in the medical life of North Galway was celebrated on Monday when Tánaiste Micheál Martin, TD, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence opened the Children’s Disability Network Team (CDNT) & Adult Community Mental Health Services (ACMHT) facility on the site of the former hospital.

Time to make our roads safer, says Tuam candidate

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Fifty shades of Behan

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Exactly half a century after first exhibiting his magnificent bronze sculptures at The Kenny Gallery in Galway, John Behan returns with Across the Bitter Sea.

Athenry prevail in first camogie fixture in Tuam Stadium

By Sarah Gaughran

Tuam welcomes new full time ambulance and crew

On Monday, August 4, Tuam welcomed a newly established second ambulance and crew at the town’s ambulance base, serving the residents of the town and the surrounding areas on a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week basis to help offset the demand and delays for the region.

Patching Tuam textile residency with Galway artist Kathy Ross

Patching Tuam: Let's stitch this town together, is the result of a nine month residency from Creative Places Tuam in which textile Artist Kathy Ross worked with a group of 17 young people aged between 13 and 17 to create an exhibition of tapestries and protest banners centred around their social and political viewpoints of their interactions with the town of Tuam.

 

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