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It has been a strange year for the children and young people of Galway. They have been through lockdowns, have missed hanging out with their friends and watched on as their world was turned upside down. However, one positive development has been the huge increase in the number of young people discovering their local green and blue spaces in Galway City.
There's a uniqueness about Galway that is centred in the Latin Quarter, the cultural beating heart of a city that offers an experience all of its own.
An atmospheric landscape by Joan Hogan, one of Galway’s leading artists, will be auctioned by the Lions Club tomorrow.
Colleran Auctioneer's has listed 292 Tirellan Heights, Headford Road, Galway. A three bedroom semi-detached house, tucked away in a small, quiet cul de sac, it boasts a sun-filled walled back garden that is not overlooked.
SOMETIMES IT takes an outsider’s eye to see what is special about a particular place, to recognise, and discover anew, the beauty which locals take so much for granted that they hardly not notice anymore. Through such people, we see our city with new eyes.
The heroic achievements of Patrick and Morgan Oliver were celebrated at a socially-distanced Mayoral reception in Leisureland last week.
Being offered to market via private treaty, No 29 Dangan Heights is a superb semidetached residence in a popular residential location close to NUI Galway.
A man was rescued from the River Corrib yesterday morning by the father and son who famously rescued two girls at sea last month.
Hands up all of you who remember the 1980s Save Galway Bay Group and what they were set up to do? If you thought it was the name for the latest pop sensation you are possibly a young Gossoon who would not be much interested in reading any further.
Father and son team, Yannick and Seán Lemonnier of Galway Bay Sailing Club, took the honours at this year's Cong Galway Boat Race.