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Government commits to delivering revised Galway 2020 programme

The government has committed to supporting a revised programme of events for Galway 2020 to take place in the last months of this year...

Historical journal from Galway’s first County Librarian now available online

People are craving stimulation in lockdown, and Galway County Libraries are making some amazing historical content available to read online with the digitisation of The...

Rose of Tralee festival cancelled for the first time ever

The Rose of Tralee festival has been cancelled for the first time in its more than six decade history with the announcement that the...

Virtual choir at GMIT creates stunning video of John Lennon’s Imagine

Award-winning Galway Musical Director Sean Rowland has produced an enthralling video of GMIT’s virtual choir singing John Lennon’s “Imagine” in an incredible example of...

Galway Arts Festival waiting for more guidance before deciding its future this year

Galway International Arts Festival is waiting for further guidance from the government before deciding whether this year's festival will be going ahead as planned. The...

Poetry workshops with Kevin Higgins go online

Galway's arts community is finding new ways to keep the cultural spirit alive in our current crisis, with local writer Kevin Higgins taking his...

Oranmore Arts Festival moves online

Galway is famed for its incredible community of artists from every field imaginable, all of whom are trying to find new ways of keeping...

Cúirt Literature Festival is going digital this year

As event after event is forced to cancel this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the Cúirt Literature Festival which takes place in Galway...

Galway 2020 down to “skeleton staff” with three week layoff

Galway 2020 has announced that it is laying off all but the most essential staff for the next three weeks amid the coronavirus crisis...

Tributes paid at the passing of acclaimed folk singer Mary McPartlan

Tributes have been paid to acclaimed folk singer Mary McPartlan, who has passed away from cancer at age 65. A native of Drumkerrin, Co. Leitrim,...

Ros na Rún and Kenny’s bookshop launch Irish language short story competition

Families all around Ireland are staying home right now, and dealing with the dual challenges of educating young people, and keeping them entertained. Producers of...

Galway TD welcomes chance for students to watch Shakespeare at home

An East Galway TD has welcomed the move by RTÉ to screen Shakespeare classics for students at home. Minister for the Diaspora and International Development...
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Help people at risk of heart disease and stroke this year with the ‘My Summer Cycle for Croí’ charity event taking place this August...

Coronavirus: 1 death and 25 new cases today

There has been one death related to COVID-19 reported to the Department of Health today, along with 25 new confirmed coronavirus cases. However, despite this...

Bus Eireann warns demand for Expressway travel is well beyond capacity

Bus Eireann are advising people to save bus travel for essential journeys as many Expressway routes in Galway and around the country are facing...

Pristine three-bed duplex is in turn-key condition

This three-bed duplex house in the heart of Tuam town would make a perfect investment for any buyer, ready for people to move in...
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