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A Galway native and advocate of the Galway light rail option GLUAS has been awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award by the Insitution of Civil Engineers.
Ask anybody in Ireland about Liam or Sam and the chances are they will know you are referring to the trophies presented to the All-Ireland senior hurling and football champions, but what about the 2,000 other pieces of GAA silverware around the country, how many of us know the stories of these cups, how they came into existence or how they receive their names?
Galway Simon Community has launched their 2021 Annual Impact Report, highlighting an increase of 26% in the number of households supported compared to 2020. With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, including the lifting of the moratorium on evictions and a deepening housing crisis, Galway Simon Community has supported more people than ever at risk of and experiencing homelessness in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.
The 6th Annual Office of Public Works (OPW) Biodiversity Festival & Honey Show will take place in Phoenix Park from tomorrow Friday 9 until Sunday 11 September 2022. Tours, lectures, and family activities will take place throughout the weekend. All events are free; however, booking is required for some as places are limited.
World Champion and Olympian, Sonia O’Sullivan who is one of the country’s most successful athletes and undoubtedly one of the greatest Irish sports people ever, will deliver the keynote presentation at the 2022 BiG* Leaders’ Summit in Galway at The Galmont Hotel, on September 13.
A new chapter in the history of Galway was opened last Thursday when Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris T.D. today officially launched University of Galway.
A County Galway company will get a chance to exhibit their business to almost 300,000 people at the National Ploughing Championships next month as part of the Local Enterprise Village.
University of Galway’s Student Union launch Refreshers Fair
The sound of artillery and musket fire has died away. Dead combatants and military ordinance are scattered on the Green in Castlebar. Outside the County Prison on the Green, the blood-soaked body of a lone Fraser Fencible lay dead on the steps – bludgeoned to death by French infantrymen.
If recent press reporting tells us anything about the state of Gaelic Football, it is that in the 138 years since the foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), none of the passion first witnessed and recorded all that time ago has receded. Games this summer exhibited all the magic, drama, and controversy first captured in reports of meetings between Mayo clubs such as Belcarra, Ballyglass, Cornfield, Carnacon, and Towerhill in the 1880s.