Publication: Connaught Tribune

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Galway in better place but big scope for improvement

Inside Track with John McIntyreIt’s hard to credit that Galway and Kilkenny have met seven times since the Tribesmen blitzed the Cats in that landmark Leinster final triumph in early July of 2012. That result sent shock waves through the wider hurling ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 5 hours ago]
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Moycullen woman takes the chain

A Moycullen woman has made a little slice of local history by becoming the first female to serve as the Insurance Institute of Galway President for the second time.Hazel Morrison from Moycullen previously held the chain for 2011/2012; John Forde from ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 5 hours ago]
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Text alert scheme will help tackle crime around the county

Text alert schemes will be rolled out across County Galway in the coming months to help combat rural crime. Galway and Ballinasloe Garda Districts have already established text alert schemes and Tuam, Salthill, Gort, Clifden and Loughrea districts are ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Garda plea on gorse fires

GARDAI have appealed for far greater care to be taken as regards gorse  fires, following a number of outbreaks that occurred right across the county over the past fortnight.One of the most serious occurred in Báile na hAbhann, Connemara, where hundreds ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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250 farms face visits from HSA inspectors

OVER 250 farmers across the country are to receive inspections from the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) between now and the end of next week, as part of the ongoing campaign to prevent deaths and serious injuries on Irish farms.The HSA said that the ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Marathon man’s helping hand for Katie

A Conamara hotelier has just completed three marathons in three countries in three weeks to raise funds for a neighbour who needs €300,000 for prosthetic hands that will transform her life.Michael Cloherty, who owns the Carna Bay Hotel, ran the Connemarathon ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Weekend visit advances plans for brave Liam to finally come home

The family of Liam Mac an tSaoi are hopeful the Clonberne toddler will return home for good in June following a successful sleepover last week.This week the boy, who turns four in September, will spend two nights at home to prepare him for the planned ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Return of the rain dampens gorse fire fears

THE ‘break’ in the weather looks set to provide some respite for fire fighters, Gardaí and plantation owners who have been ‘at their wits end’ over the past fortnight in trying to contain gorse fires all across the county.The rains that arrived on Wednesday ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Former Britpop singer powers into Monroe's

As lead singer of the band Cast, John Power has penned platinum-selling albums and sold out stadiums and arenas. In addition, he was a member of Britpop group The Las, who scored a massive hit with There She Goes.John Power will be in Galway this Sunday, ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 20 hours ago]
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Frank, funny play asks hard-hitting questions

Low Level Panic, a funny, unflinching drama that explores how society views women’s lives, their bodies, their sexuality and their safety, will be staged by Galway’s Anam Theatre at the City’s Nuns Island Theatre from next Wednesday, April 30 to Saturday ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 20 hours ago]
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Hold onto free speech in climate change spat

Country Living with Francis FarragherSome of my more learned colleagues in the world of rugby don’t have much time for the musings of one George Hook, but I kind of like the old codger on Newstalk radio in the evenings, when I aim the horse for home.He ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 20 hours ago]
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Galway In Time Gone By - A browse through the archives of the Connacht Tribune.

1914Salthill seatingAt a meeting of the Urban Council, Messrs. Boland and Moon appeared with reference to the lack of seating accommodation at Salthill.Mr. Boland said they wished to draw the attention of the Council to what they considered would be not ... [Published Connaught Tribune - 20 hours ago]
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Garda plea on gorse fires [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Return of the rain dampens gorse fire fears [Published Connaught Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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