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No confession for Hofstetter on Sunday

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International award for UG children’s rights professor

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University of Galway Professor Pat Dolan has been presented with the Medal of the Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw for life-long work and achievements in the field of children’s rights.

Arts Festival reveals food for thought

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The Galway International Arts Festival has unveiled a menu of around 20 public talks and debates in association with the University of Galway.

Heritage group denies endorsement of right-wing party candidate

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Galway Civic Trust has denied it is endorsing a right-wing election candidate on its website ahead of the local elections tomorrow.

Book recalls the Salthill summer that was 1976

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There are some books which strike a note because of a certain familiarity — in this case, the author and I are the same age, so his memories are often my memories — reminiscences that bring you to a place and time that stay in your heart forever.

County Westmeath market rents higher in first three months of 2024 than year previously

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 9.3% higher in the first three months of 2024 than a year previously, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

Kennys Bookshop announce signed limited edition of new Sally Rooney novel

Kennys Bookshop in Galway have announced their exclusive signed limited edition of the much anticipated fourth novel by bestselling Irish author Sally Rooney, Intermezzo.

New Irish literary magazine 'Ragaire' to be launched in Galway

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Ragaire, a new Irish literary magazine championing inventive and imaginative writing, encouraging readers to explore new pathways in poetry and prose, will be launched in Galway.

Award-winning author Kevin Barry to launch new novel in Kennys Bookshop

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Bestselling and award-winning Irish author Kevin Barry will be at Kennys Bookshop in Liosbán on Thursday, May 30 for an event to celebrate the launch of his new novel, 'The Heart in Winter'.

Majority of tradespeople feel colleagues are reluctant to talk about their mental health

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New research from Chadwicks, Ireland’s leading builders’ merchants, reveals that 85% of tradespeople are reluctant to talk about their mental health and 79% say there’s still a stigma around discussing mental health in the construction industry.

 

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