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Opinion: On your bike, offended cyclists

Peddling the idea of untouchable groups is dangerous in a free society.The Late Late Show remains one of the most watched TV shows in...

Renmore Pantomime: A Tale As Old As Time

The midst of the holiday season and the New Year also welcomes the annual anticipation for kids and families of the Renmore Pantomime. The...

6,563: The trolley crisis is shocking and unacceptable.

YESTERDAY'S report from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation revealed almost 100,000 people were waiting on hospital trolleys across the country last year, with over...

Sharing Tunes: Five Good Music Spots in Galway

December until the New Year in Galway is easily known as the season of holiday cheer, lights, the market, and, of course, tourists. You...

Nollaig i nGaillimh

Christmas-time in Galway—the lights have been lit, the Galway Christmas Market is in full swing, yuletide carols are indeed being sung by choirs, and...

Emma Harris: a Galway girl using Insta for art

Social media sites have brought a host of problems into our world today, and too often, we tend to focus on these negatives. However,...

Che Guevara stamp receives mixed reaction

Che Guevara was descended from the Lynches of Galway. An Post's new stamp featuring the iconic artwork by Irish artist Jim Fitzpartrick of Che Guevara has...

The 5 best restaurants in Galway for affordable food

There seems to be no end in sight for Galway's thriving food and drink scene. From Eyre Square to Shop Street and around the...

NUI Galway’s toilets cause controversy (again)

To offend or to offend; that seems to be the question...Once again, NUI Galway's decision to rename disabled toilets as all-gendered toilets has caused...

Polish school in Galway goes from strength to strength

What happens when members of your family begin to forget their native tongue?The Grochola family, originally from Poland but living in Galway, encountered this...

Galway’s Palestinian solidarity activists – who are they?

The conflict in Palestine seems to come to the surface every few months.In May, the Palestinian flag was flown at City Hall, in solidarity...
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Coronavirus: 6 deaths in Ireland, less than 5 COVID cases in Galway

There have been a further six deaths related to COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, along with 269 new cases.Of the cases...

Loughrea primary school students win national science video competition

A group of primary school pupils in Loughrea won €1,000 for their school at the Galway Science and Technology Virtual Festival last weekend.The group...

County Council and Oughterard shops work together on road safety campaign

Galway County Council is teaming up with local retailers in Oughterard for a road safety campaign heading into the winter nights.For this 'Be Safe,...

Rare chance to own a house in a popular city neighbourhood

This spacious house in Taylor’s Hill, Galway is an unmissable opportunity to snatch up a property in one of the most attractive and sought...