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# Galway

Much for Galway and Mayo to chew over, Donnelly's heroic return, Ulster schedule mess
Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
'You think that these people are immortal, but they are human beings'
Tipperary end 20-year wait for league glory as Blair fires winner against Galway
This month
April 2024
Niland hits 2-7 as Galway down Dublin to secure Leinster U20 semi-final spot
University Hospital Galway makes recommended changes after increase in baby head injuries
Former TD accused of driving under the influence of cocaine has court case adjourned until June
Waterford preserve Division 1 status and relegate Galway for 2025
State reviewing eight countries to be added to the 'safe countries' list says Justice Minister
Simon Harris to tell FG Ard Fheis that tougher penalties are needed for anti-social behaviour
Last month
March 2024
Mother and daughters killed in Mayo crash yesterday have been named
Woman (30s) who was seriously injured in Galway crash earlier this month dies in hospital
Man arrested after rifle, silencer and scope seized in Galway
Gardaí discover two cannabis grow houses at properties in Co Galway
Saoírse Ruane, who captured the hearts of the nation on her Toy Show appearance, dies aged 12
Galway and Roscommon name teams for weekend football league ties
February
February 2024
Division 1 leaders Derry maintain 100% start with five-point win in Galway
Derry run out five-point winners at Pearse Stadium despite being held scoreless in the final quarter.
Galway farmer to contest 'cow dung' assault charge on Junior Minister Anne Rabbitte
Pádraic Joyce's Galway get their first win of the league against Tyrone
Minus Damien Comer and Shane Walsh, Galway pull a big result out of the bag.
Debunked: Galway Beo did not report that an old Eircom building would house 900 male migrants
Rodent droppings and no hand washing: Three food business closure orders served in January
Galway run up 4-31 as they beat Westmeath by 31 points in league opener
January
January 2024
'Forever in our hearts': Family members pay tribute to Galway woman killed in London bus crash
Mayo bag impressive win away to Galway with goals the key scores
First win for Liam McHale as Mayo hold on for crucial victory over Galway
Ukraine a priority for newly elected Council of Europe human rights commissioner Michael O'Flaherty
'It's too soft of a score to be able to get' - Comer not a fan of advanced mark
'Stay back, stay dry': Public urged to heed storm weather warnings after risky behaviour on Sunday
Onlookers walked right down to the water in Galway to take photos of Storm Isha’s crashing waves, putting themselves at risk.
Storm Isha: Man dies in road crash and 170,000 premises without power
Storm Isha has caused damage and travel disruption.
0-17 for Niland as Galway and Wexford advance to Walsh Cup final
Govt 'failure' for towns sheltering refugees 'feeds anti-migrant narrative', say locals
Roscommon TD Claire Kerrane said promises to resource towns and villages receiving asylum seekers have regularly not received any follow through.
Roscommon lift first silverware under Davy Burke with huge win over experimental Galway
HSE apologises to boy whose throat was corroded by button battery after delay in ordering X-ray
During this nine-day delay, the battery corroded Aaron Sikorski’s throat and he had to undergo surgery, the High Court heard.
Woman, 80s, dies after fatal crash involving two cars and a van
Debunked: No media 'blackout' on reporting clash in Tuam, as rumours and footage spread online
Last year
2023
Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses over fire at Galway hotel earmarked for asylum seekers
Gardaí appeal for witnesses over fire at Galway hotel earmarked for asylum seekers
Minister says gardaí were told in advance that asylum seekers would be housed in Galway hotel
Garda Commissioner says perpetrators of Galway hotel attack 'most probably' local to the area
Tánaiste: Comments by Fianna Fáil councillors over Galway fire 'absolutely unacceptable'
Hotel fire condemned by Taoiseach and ministers as FF councillors criticise asylum seeker policy
The blaze started at around 11.35pm on Saturday at the Ross Lake Hotel in Rosscahill.