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Plans for B&B in the Claddagh to cater for “culturally curious” tourists

Plans for B&B in the Claddagh to cater for “culturally curious” tourists

Plans have been submitted to the city council for a B&B in the Claddagh to cater for "culturally curious" tourists in Galway. The application is for planning permission for th ...
Letter: Why you should vote YES in tomorrow’s Divorce Referendum

Letter: Why you should vote YES in tomorrow’s Divorce Referendum

Dear Editor, I am writing this to request that people VOTE YES on Friday to the Divorce Referendum. Last Christmas I sat with a client and she asked me why the law was so cru ...
Talented young Galwegians win Texaco Awards

Talented young Galwegians win Texaco Awards

Six Galway students have been presented with top awards in this year’s 65th Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Lauren Dolphin (18), a pupil at Saint Raphael's College, Loughrea, w ...
Galway City West Preview: Who are the Candidates and what do they stand for?

Galway City West Preview: Who are the Candidates and what do they stand for?

Tomorrow, May 24th Galwegians will go to the polls to vote in the Local Elections. The Galway City West Ward encompasses Barna, Knocknacarra, Rockbarton, Salthill and Taylors H ...
Experience the old city brought to life in the Galway Medieval Experience

Experience the old city brought to life in the Galway Medieval Experience

Experience the magic of old Galway brought to life this Saturday with a day of festivities at the Galway Medieval Experience. This event from Galway 2020's Small Towns Big Ideas i ...
Roadworks near Gort to cause traffic disruptions on Friday

Roadworks near Gort to cause traffic disruptions on Friday

Roadworks taking place near Gort will cause traffic disruptions on Friday due to a one day road closure. Galway county council has ordered a section of the LP 4506 at Raheen, Kilt ...
Galway islands go to the polls

Galway islands go to the polls

Voting has opened on the islands today in the local and European elections, and on the divorce referendum. Residents of Inis Oírr, Inis Mór, Inis Meain, and Inishbofin islands vot ...
Women’s fashion store plans closure in corporate shakeup

Women’s fashion store plans closure in corporate shakeup

Top Shop owner Phillip Green is planning to close eight stores around Ireland including women's fashion retail outlet Miss Selfridge in Galway. The closures are part of a major co ...
More under represented groups than ever accessing higher education

More under represented groups than ever accessing higher education

A greater number of people disadvantaged or under represented groups are accessing higher education in Galway than ever before. A new report '20 Years of Access education in NUI G ...
Madden warns of “information vacuum” on divorce referendum

Madden warns of “information vacuum” on divorce referendum

Galway county council candidate Eoin Madden has warned of an "information vacuum" on the divorce referendum taking place this Friday while calling for a Yes vote. The Independent ...
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