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Ed Sheeran Coming To Galway On Monday For Video Shoot!

Check the date of publication. #FAKENEWS Ed Sheeran has revealed in an Instagram post that he’ll be travelling to Galway on Monday to film the video for his his song “Galway Girl”! We can’t wait to see Sheeran performing on the streets of Galway, let’s hope the weather treats him well!

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Galway set to recieve funding for 2018 St. Patricks Day parade

Image credit: myhomeistheroad.wordpress.com By Dylan Goodman Galway will benefit from a multi-million euro boost to the economy next year as the tourism authority makes funding for St. Patrick’s Day Festivities available outside the capital.   A grant of around €1 million has always been available for the annual parade in Dublin, the only city to receive

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GTI Erasmus+ Student’s Dinner

By Eva Buckley Photo’s by Jake Rabbitte   GTI hosted a dinner for its international Erasmus + Placement students who are here on work experience as part of the Erasmus program. Finnish, Turkish & French students have come to GTI for their work placements and to experience Galway. The dinner for students and their teachers

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Call for City Council meeting as traffic worsens

By Dylan Goodman   Galway City Council have been “inundated” with calls this morning as commuters have spent up to an hour stuck in traffic along the N6.   Traffic stretched from the Coolagh roundabout as far as the Oranmore exit. As a consequence of the Bus Eireann strike, this morning’s delays continued well past

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Galway’s Pocket Rocket

Image: Lucasz Langowski by Brian Donnellon     Sinead Keon will be one of Ireland’s entrants in this autumn’s World Dwarf Games in Canada, and she will be representing us in three different sports, shot put, javelin and table tennis, the latter of which she is the defending champ from the 2013 games. All of that is impressive

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Mother And Baby Home Survivors want to meet Kenny.

Image Source By: Precious Nkikita An urgent meeting with the Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been called by survivors of institutions for unmarried mothers and their babies over demands to extend an investigation into deaths in the homes. A commission was set up to investigate abuse at one Catholic Church facility in Tuam, Galway has dug

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