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Galway racetrack professionally surveyed to ensure greater accuracy of race distances

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The team at Ballybrit are known for their forward thinking vision. After all they have managed to transform what began as a small two-day event in 1869 into one of the biggest seven day racing extravaganzas in the world.

Galway’s ‘poor’ showing sees city drop thirteen places in national litter league

Galway’s ranking in the national litter league tables, published by IBAL this week, has been branded “poor” with the city coming in 34th among the 40 urban areas surveyed. The city has plummeted from 21st place in the previous IBAL survey and only just managed to hold on to its grade of being clean to European norms.

New website to help policyholders who experience property loss or damage

DM Claim Consultants has recently launched its new website

New website to help policyholders who experience property loss or damage

DM Claim Consultants has recently launched its new website

The Scot behind the Dublin to Galway railway line

William Bald, the man who proposed the Dublin-Galway railway line and created still unrivalled maps of Mayo, will be the subject of a public lecture.

Learn more about Ireland’s native newts

The Irish Wildlife Trust is calling on people to check their local ponds for newts as part of its smooth newt survey.

Election field filling up with new entrants

When the Fianna Fáil party held their election convention last Sunday evening, it looked like the possibility that they would be running only one candidate in the county could become a reality. However the party left the nominations open until Wednesday night and at the last minute a new candidate was added to the ticket alongside sitting TD Dara Calleary. Lisa Chambers from Ballyheane, Castlebar will be joining Calleary on the ballot as Fianna Fáil look to retain the two seats they hold in the county at present. Chambers joins a field that has bloated since last week with five new candidates putting their names forward for election. Michael Kilcoyne ended the will he or won’t he suspense of putting his name forward at the weekend and the popular independent councillor who topped the poll last time out in the Castlebar area in the local elections will be a formidable opponent for the major party candidates. Also putting their names down on the ballot paper are two Ballina based independent candidates Martin Daly who is backed by the newly formed Mayo Reform Movement and Loretta Clarke. The Green Party will also be represented on February 25 with Kilmaine man John Carey being put forward by the junior partners from the last coalition government.

Green Party announce election candidate in Mayo

“Just commitment, no promises,” is the slogan of Green Party candidate John Carey who has declared his candidacy in the upcoming General Election. Mr Carey, who launched his campaign over the weekend, said he wants to see a complete overhaul of our political system.

Galway to honour 150th anniversary of Burke and Wills expedition

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A brave Galway explorer who dared to venture into the harsh terrain of the Australian bush 150 years ago is to be honoured this weekend at City Hall and at the Galway City Museum.


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