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United women return to winning ways

Galway United Women signed off the first half of their season in style, completing the double over Sligo Rovers in the Showgrounds on Saturday with a 2-0 victory.

Galwegians reach for the stars in astrophotography competition

Three Galway astro-photographers have been chosen for the next stage of the prestigious ‘Reach for the Stars’ astrophotography competition.

Byrne and O’Neill the major winners at Buccaneers RFC end of season awards ceremony

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Provincial success as Buccaneers U15s claim merited Connacht Cup silverware

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Connacht looks to seal season with Champions Cup in the bag

Connacht's Champions Cup qualification comes down to the last game of the season, and a win for Andy Friend's side against Glasgow in this last URC round will ensure that target is achieved.

Superb bungalow in Mervue on offer with John Quinn

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John Quinn auctioneers is offering for sale a lovely bungalow at Plunkett Avenue, Mervue. The property, which is within walking distance of schools, church, shops, and Mervue Industrial Estate, enjoys easy access to Parkmore and the city centre.

From trams to buses

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When the Galway-Salthill Tramway ceased trading in 1918, it caused a problem for locals who had been using the service as public transport so a group of local businessmen came together on April 5, 1919 to register The Galway General Omnibus Company Limited as a public company. The directors were Thomas McDonough, Joe Young, Robert Mackie, Michael Crowley, Philip O’Gorman, Martin Hynes and Martin Finan. John Leech was the secretary and Joseph Garvey the manager.

Corinthians deliver breakthrough in Purcell Cup

Corinthians have become the first Connacht club to qualify for Leinster Rugby’s U20 Purcell Cup final.

The Galway/ Salthill Tramway

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The Galway and Salthill Tramway Company was inaugurated in 1877. The Town Commissioners gave the project every encouragement and extended the time limit in which the tracks had to be laid. The single tramline was two and a quarter miles long with eight passing loops, roughly 250 yards apart. The rails were heavy steel, the gauge was three feet wide and the trams were horse-drawn, there was no electricity in Galway for another 12 years or so. The cost of construction was £13,000. The depot was in Forster Street and the western terminus was opposite the Eglinton Hotel.

Mervue GP honoured for commitment to and advocacy for patients

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Galway GP Dr Niamh O’Brien has been announced as the winner of the Dr Fiona Bradley national award. The presentation was made at a Joint Annual Meeting of the Association of University Departments of General Practice in Ireland and the Irish College of General Practitioners, hosted by the University of Galway.


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