A local councillor has said the communities affected by a road accident in Co Galway will have to unite behind the families affected.
Gardaí in Galway have appealed for witnesses after a young woman lost her life in a freak accident in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Residents of the Aran Islands have promised a “massive” campaign of resistance to the withdrawal of the air service contract from Aer Árann.
Setting near Black Head and Ballyvaughan makes this Wild Atlantic Way thatch special, says Tommy Barker.
Six cars were washed out to sea at Cleggan in west Co Galway in one of the worst storms to hit the west in years.
Three men have been rescued from a yacht that got into difficulty off the Galway coast.
Whatever happened to personal responsibility? People bring cans and bottles of drinks and wrapped foodstuffs in bags, so what’s wrong with putting the remains back in the same bags.
IRELAND’S unsustainable “black hole” hotels which have littered the country for more than a decade will be killed off at the rate of one a week, Ireland’s leading food and accommodation critic has predicted.
A CONFERENCE for LEADER companies, which will be held in Furbo, Co Galway, on Thursday and Friday, will review a decade of rural development and examine what lessons need to be taken forward as the EU embarks on a major new rural programme.
THE number of houses in the Gaeltacht reserved for Irish speakers is to be linked to the percentage of those who speak the language, An Bord Pleanála has ruled.
A €50 MILLION investment in broadband technology could bring Ireland into line with other leading European nations, it was claimed yesterday.
A further 41 towns are to be targeted as part of the Metropolitan Area Networks programme to deliver broadband communication access throughout the State.
A man in his twenties has been killed in a road accident in Co Galway.
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