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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning four bedroom semidetached residence on the west side of Galway city on the Rahoon Road. Rosan Glas is a beautiful development of homes which overlook manicured green areas and stunning landscaping.
Ballinrobe’s Tidy Towns organisation recently launched a new flower display in front of the local Garda station.
Galwegians host Malahide when the sides meet for the first time in the All Ireland League at Crowley Park on Saturday, kick-off 2.30pm.
The replay of this year’s Claregalway Hotel Intermediate Football Championship final between Oughterard and Micheál Breathnach takes place in Pearse Stadium on Saturday (3.30pm).
In 1807, the Reverend Edward Mangin wrote a three-volume romantic novel entitled George the Third in which he headed one of the chapters “Which would not have appeared had it not been written”. In it he invented a story about the Mayor of Galway, James Lynch Fitzstephen, hanging his son. Thirteen years later James Hardiman published his History of Galway in which he slightly changed, and greatly elaborated on, the story. This gave Mangin’s story a much wider audience, especially in this country, and so the legend became history. It was copied by many writers over the last 200 years, books written, plays written, films made, etc.
ON HIS forthcoming single, 'Vending Machine', Dylan Murphy swops the electric guitar for an acoustic, fusing his blues with raw Americana, and injecting some 'cowboy' through the string bends and the song's waltz rhythm.
Galway athletes enjoyed success at the recent National Masters Track and Field Championships in Tullamore.
Get perfect results with every wash thanks to the Bosch intelligent dosing system i-DOS, now available at N17 Superstores, Briarhill and Milltown.
An interesting FAI Cup second round clash beckons for Galway United when Cork City provides the opposition at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
When Thomas H Mason stepped onto the pier at Kilronan, Inishmór, in the summer of 1932, he described his feelings of surprise and sense of confusion. Writing in his masterly The Islands of Ireland * he realised that he was plunged into an Ireland he did not recognise. As an Irishman coming from the east coast, and geographically still in Ireland - he believed that he could have been 1,000 miles from Dublin.