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Transform your outdoor space with artificial grass from Hogarty's of Ballinasloe

Hogarty's of Ballinasloe has been a leader in flooring and DIY since 1977.

Galway-Kerry links enhanced as RV Tom Crean pulls into its home port in week of football final

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While we hope that Kerry souls will be downcast after next Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football final, there was a great welcome for the memory of one famous Kerry hero this week in Galway docks.

Athlone Boat Club hosts successful regatta on shores of Lough Ree at Coosan Point

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Athlone Boat Club hosted their annual regatta at Coosan Point on the shores of Lough Ree in recent times.

Massive wind turbine blades to wind their way from port to Connemara

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A consignment of massive wind turbine blades arrived in the city’s port this week and will be transported in the dark of night across Quincentenary Bridge and onwards to their eventual site in Connerama.

Insight teams up with Genesys on bias detection research

A team of AI researchers at the Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics is working with Genesys, a leader in cloud customer experience orchestration, to develop techniques for bias detection in machine learning models.

‘The peasantry are the foundation of the world - the upper classes get worn out’

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In the decades preceding the 1916 Rising, an extraordinary revolution had already taken place in rural Ireland. The British government had lost its patience with Irish landlords who owned 95 per cent of the land of Ireland (100 percent of county Galway was landlord owned), and had largely squandered their wealth leaving themselves vulnerable to poor harvests, successive seasons of bad weather, and an increasingly impoverished tenantry.

Stellar line-up as Cherish the Ladies return to live music, and to Galway

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The all-woman Celtic supergroup Cherish the Ladies has been wowing audiences around the world with a mix of traditional music, song, and dance for nearly four decades. Like most performers, the members are emerging from a quiet few years as the Covid-19 pandemic put paid to live performances, but now the ladies are keen to get back on the road, starting with an all-star line-up in the Town Hall Theatre in Galway later this month. Here, band leader and champion flutist and whistle player Joanie Madden talks about the history of the group, how they weathered the pandemic, and what the audience can look forward to at their upcoming Galway concert.

Leader Ryan opens local Green Party office

Eamon Ryan, leader of the Green Party officially opened the Galway Green Party office on Thursday. The new office is located in Woodquay just opposite McSwiggans pub and is shared by Senator Pauline O’Reilly with the Green’s two city councillors, Martina O’Connor and Niall Murphy, along with the Green Party county councillor Alastair McKinstry.

Grealish calls for extension of reduced fares to all bus passengers in Galway

Deputy Noel Grealish has called on the Government to extend the recently announced 20 per cent reduction in bus fares to include City Direct, which operates services from Knocknacarra in the city.

Employees looking for greater work-life balance

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New research conducted by Kellogg, the international food company with a European HQ at Dublin Airport, highlights the mood of Irish employees as companies begin to navigate new ways of working.


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