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There is a pain deep in the pits of our stomachs this week. With the winter rains and dark clouds marking the time of year when nature resets itself for the renewal of the growing cycle, the light that gives us hope and energy is in scarce supply. It is a time when sadness is accentuated, when you grapple to find the good in things.
A secret report into housing across Galway has revealed a shocking failure of the City Council to reach even half its build target for social housing for 2022.
The Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, presented the fourth Budget of the coalition Government on Tuesday. This Budget was framed against a backdrop of the ongoing war in the Ukraine, concerns about persistent inflation and the perceived windfall nature of corporation tax receipts.
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.
“It can be a bit of a loner’s business all this doodling” jokes cartoonist Jim Cogan. “We’re just sitting at home in our studios. At least a festival gets us out to look at each other.”
Galway's Katie O'Brien and Steven McGowan became the first Irish boat this week to secure a place at the 2024 Olympics.
From Mad magazine to the Ukraine war, this year’s Galway Cartoon Festival has something for everyone
This year’s Galway Cartoon Festival promises to be the biggest and best yet, with international exhibitions, fascinating talks, public interviews, film screenings, art trails, workshops and competitions taking place around the city from September 29 to October 4.
Turn2me, a national mental health charity, is offering all Ukrainians staying in Athlone and the wider Midlands region up to six free one-to-one counselling sessions.
Westmeath County Council is appealing to those who have unoccupied properties to offer them as temporary homes for those fleeing war in Ukraine.