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Burglary in Newcastle

Art Deco home beside University of Galway

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Mullery auctioneers has recently brought to the market Grafton House, a distinctive detached residence in the Art Deco style, situated on a large site adjacent to the University of Galway.

30th Croí Corrib Charity Cycle another total success

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The 30th Croí Corrib Charity Cycle concluded with resounding success on Sunday, 9th June 2024, as over 700 enthusiastic cyclists pedalled their way through the picturesque landscapes from Dangan through Connemara, finishing at Croí House, Newcastle.

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Home ransacked in Moylough

Marathon Man Eoin to run four in one day for memories created by his father

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BY DECLAN VARLEY

St. Joseph’s Special School — the early years

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On October 28 1961, the following letter appeared in the Connacht Tribune --- “Sir, Educational facilities for mentally handicapped children are entirely inadequate in this country and except for the excellent work of the religious orders, the problem would be of much greater magnitude……………. Would anybody be interested in doing something for mentally handicapped children in Galway? Signed PARENT OF A MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILD”

Thousands more register for June elections

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Pressing need for a local transport service for Athenry – O’Hara

Sinn Féin local election candidate for the Athenry-Oranmore LEA, Louis O’Hara, has said that there is a pressing need for a local transport service to connect rural areas around Athenry to the town. O’Hara said that local residents are crying out for such a service and that it would help to combat rural isolation in the local community.

What a catch - first salmon of the season from the River Corrib

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Tom Keal from Newcastle pictured on Tuesday after he landed the first salmon of the season from the High Bank on the River Corrib.

Recognition for our selfless volunteers at Galway City Mayor’s Awards

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Speaking at an awards ceremony at the Galway Bay Hotel last week, the Mayor of Galway City, Cllr Eddie Hoare said Galway City Council was proud to honour and celebrate the many people who work quietly behind the scenes to make their communities stronger, more vibrant, often inspiring and motivating to others. “The Mayor’s Awards provide an opportunity to acknowledge people who commit time and effort to make their community a better place, he said.

 

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