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South Galway Bay Music Festival Returns for 3rd Year

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Join organisers and performers for what is set to be an unforgettable weekend held by the shores of Galway Bay from Friday, July 26 to Sunday, July 28.

Councils split western leg of Galway-Dublin cycleway

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The Athlone to Renmore section of the Dublin-Galway cycleway has been split into two separate projects in a fresh attempt to deliver the long-delayed route.

Kinvara and Moycullen DNG agents nominated for five national property awards

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The DNG Nationwide Annual Awards finalists for outstanding achievements throughout the country have recently been announced. DNG Martin O’Connor, based in Moycullen, has received three nominations in this year’s awards.

Professional spray painting services assured with William Painting

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Serving the people of Galway, and the nation of Ireland for nearly two decades, William Painting's unparalleled customer service, high quality craftsmanship, and creativity has transformed homes and businesses both near and far.

Ballybrit carpark headache for Boston Scientific commuters

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Heritage body An Taisce has queried plans by Boston Scientific to build two new carparks at its Ballybrit campus, while Galway County Council has also raised concerns.

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Bianconi in Galway

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Charles Bianconi is generally regarded as the man who put Ireland on wheels. He developed a network of horse-drawn carriages that became Ireland’s first integrated transport system, building on the existing mail roads and coach roads that were already there. There was a general tax on coaches at the time, which precluded the middle classes from using theirs, and a relatively peaceful period after the Battle of Waterloo meant that a great many horses, bred for the army, became cheap on the market. His system offered connections with various termini, his prices were cheap and so he was well patronised, in spite of the discomfort felt by passengers. Often, when going up a hill, some passengers would alight to make the carriage lighter for the horses.

Galway People of the Year honoured at glittering event in the city

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The Galway People of the Year Award winners were honoured at a Gala Banquet and Awards Presentation in the Galway Bay Hotel at the weekend with over 400 guests in attendance, including Councillor Donal Lyons Deputy Mayor of Galway and Cathoirleach of Galway County Council, Councillor Liam Carroll.

Artist Kristy Verenga’s Gort exhibition explores ‘Who Am I?’

Experimental artist Kristy Verenga has opened her ‘Who Am I?’ exhibition which combines media to explore the question at The Gallery Café in Gort. Kristy uses painting and sculpture to build the world that she calls home, these abstract and symbolic narratives are an expression of her daily experience.

Quarter-finals confirmed in hurling championship

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An exciting line-up of quarter-final ties in the Galway Senior Hurling Championship was confirmed on Sunday evening after the conclusion of the preliminary ties, while the race to gain promotion from senior B and the intermediate ranks has also gathered pace.

 

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