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Insider understands the job of opposition politicians: it is to make you feel miserable. Their thinking is as follows; no matter what condition the country is in, we must give the impression that things are a lot worse than they are, and if we can convince enough people that the country is ‘gone to hell in a handcart’, then we can pick up some extra votes which will help us at the next election.
They say that tyranny and anarchy are never far apart. Especially if we continue to turn a blind eye to the growing trend of the acceptability of grievous assaults on our emergency services.
The annual Galway Lions Club Radio Auction will take place on December 2, with some great Christmas bargains available to bid for in support of a good cause.
Galway-based We Banjo 3 has one foot in Irish music and one foot in Americana music, seamlessly combining the virtuosity and precision in each genre’s traditional disciplines with the artful song-craft and infectious live performance of today’s musical landscape.
Grant Thornton Ireland has launched its new Business Consulting department in its Galway office as the firm continues to expand its practice in line with growing client needs across the Border, Midlands and West (BMW) region. It forms a core part of Grant Thornton’s commitment to hire 1,000 new recruits across its seven Irish offices by 2024.
Home-cooked chips are a deliciously simple way to enjoy locally grown potatoes, either with a main meal or as a stand-alone snack.
DANIEL SLOSS is a comedian who is also a phenomenon. His Netflix specials have been watched by millions, and in 2020/2021 he managed the unthinkable by playing live shows and becoming the biggest ticket selling comedian in the world.
Esker House Women’s Refuge and Domestic Abuse Support Service, a service provided by Athlone Community Services Council, has welcomed the launch of a new digital-safety guide designed to support us to assist women experiencing technology-facilitated abuse.
Almost half of retailers believe their sales will decrease this year according to research carried out by industry expert, Melissa Moore.
Galway’s record of bigotry must be relegated to the past, says Labour chair after Crowe radio comments
Public representatives must be advocates for inclusion and not support bigotry and social exclusion, the head of the Labour Party in Galway has said after controversial comments were made by a city councillor last week about the alleged incompatability of Traveller and settled cultures.