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The woman who fights for choice

The woman who fights for choice

Dette McLoughlin is slender and soft-spoken, a tattoo of a blue heart on her right forearm the only indication that she isn't your ordinary grandmother. One of the founding memb ...
“That was my Run at Croke Park” – Galway Rose on Being in Tralee with the Galway Sash

“That was my Run at Croke Park” – Galway Rose on Being in Tralee with the Galway Sash

The current Galway Rose has just one day left until she hands over her title to a new ambassador for the City of The Tribes. The 2018 Galway Rose Selection will be held at the Cla ...
Out of sight, but not out of mind – The hidden victims of M.E

Out of sight, but not out of mind – The hidden victims of M.E

M.E affects people in every town in Ireland, but you might not even know they're there. The biggest problem in dealing with hidden illnesses is that they're just that, hidden. Con ...
Losing a Best Friend to Suicide has been one of the Hardest Parts of Growing Up.

Losing a Best Friend to Suicide has been one of the Hardest Parts of Growing Up.

Losing a best friend to suicide has been one of the hardest parts of growing up, and now almost four years on I've participated in my first 'Darkness into Light' walk. I took part ...
Saturday – Galway M.E Association holding a special screening of “Unrest”

Saturday – Galway M.E Association holding a special screening of “Unrest”

The Galway branch of the Irish M.E/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association  is holding a special screening of the documentary Unrest on Saturday May 12 at the Connacht Hotel to mark I ...
Galway Theatre Festival takes the stage

Galway Theatre Festival takes the stage

Galway Theatre Festival is launching its 10th birthday celebration today at NUI Galway's O'Donoghue Centre. Theatre lovers coming to Galway for the festival will be pleased to hea ...
Galway man runs 256km across the Sahara Desert for charity!

Galway man runs 256km across the Sahara Desert for charity!

From the Craggy Hills of Connemara to the Sands of the Sahara, Galway man Brian Keane has been through it all. Starting off with GAA as young lad, add in body building, throw teach ...
We don’t hate the Irish language – We loathe it as a school subject

We don’t hate the Irish language – We loathe it as a school subject

The question of the Irish language has been spoken about for a long time with many people talking about it as though it is a foreign language, even though she is our native tongue. ...
Finding that Glimmer of Laughter in the Dark Cloud

Finding that Glimmer of Laughter in the Dark Cloud

Saturday night saw some very talented and fantastic comedians take to the stage at the Loft to provide plenty of laughter, in aid of the HOPE(D) foundation. (Helping Other People E ...
Galway Mother takes part in the ‘Through Their Eyes’ Campaign

Galway Mother takes part in the ‘Through Their Eyes’ Campaign

A Galway mother is one of 35 individuals taking part in the 'Through Their Eyes' Campaign which has been launched online by a Cork mother with the aid of Asiam Ireland. The 'Thr ...
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