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Calls for overgrown trees to be cut back around road signs

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A Galway city councillor has called on Galway City Council to take action on overgrown trees blocking road signs.

NOCTURIA (FREQUENCY OF URINATION AT NIGHT) *CAN MICRO-IMMUNOTHERAPY HELP?*

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DR. BHATTI IS THE FIRST DOCTOR IN IRELAND TO PRACTISE MICRO-IMMUNOTHERAPY.

The Whileaways at Westport Town Hall

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After an unprecented sell-out album launch in Westport last year, Galway-based folk band, The Whileaways, will take to the stage at Westport Town Hall on Saturday, August 24, for an intimate acoustic gig.

Eat, drink, dance with The Works At Massimo

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Enjoy a funky and lively atmosphere at one of Galway’s most beloved bars, Massimo - the perfect spot for your next party or social event.

Councillors opposed to Quiet Man Greenway should visit Waterford says Cannon

Galway county councillors who oppose the Quiet Man Greenway should take up the advice to visit the Waterford Greenway and see its benefits to local communities, according to Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon.

Exceptional property in highly-sought-after Shantalla Place

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7 SHANTALLA PLACE, RAHOON ROAD, SHANTALLA, GALWAY

BLOATING

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Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension.

Galway u20s unbeaten record is on the line in All-Ireland semi-final

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A place in the EirGrid U20 All-Ireland final against the victors of Tyrone v Cork is the prize on offer this Saturday in Pearse Park, Longford.

Mayoral chain makes it up the Reek in aid of Jigsaw

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It is not every day the chain of the Mayor of Galway makes it up Croagh Patrick — Mayor Mike Cubbard joined 100 people from the Insurance industry as they took on Croagh Patrick in a fundraising event in aid of Youth Mental Health charity, Jigsaw.

Forthill Cemetery, 1905

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It is often said that one cannot claim to be a true ‘old Galwegian’ or ‘auld shtock’ unless one has some relations buried in Forthill Cemetery at Lough Atalia. It is probably the oldest cemetery in Galway. The Augustinians have been associated with it since the year 1500. The Augustinian convent or priory was built there by Margaret Athy at the request of a friar, Richard Nagle, and it probably stood on level ground at the upper level of Forthill. The grounds of the priory extended quite a bit along the shores of Lough Atalia, at least to the site where St Augustine’s Well is today. Nothing at all remains of the priory except some drawings on the 1625 and 1651 maps.

 

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