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A report, on behalf of the Alzheimer Society of Ireland and published this year, highlights how important it is for people with dementia to feel connected to their local community. File photograph: Getty Images

The lack of a national network of services and supports to enable people to live well with dementia in Ireland is well recognised, but there are local(...)

Feed The Pulse co-owner Owen McArdle with Aisling Ainsworth, Glen McArdle and Daniel McArdle. Photograph: Martina Regan

When he lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup at Croke Park in 2017, Galway Senior Hurling captain David Burke had a special tribute to make to the business t(...)

Publican John Kenny was found dead in his bar in  Oughterard

A 24-year-old man was found guilty on Thursday of the manslaughter of an Oughterard publican seven years ago, following a three-week trial in Galway. (...)

Marian Lingurar jnr outside Galway Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Hany Marzouk

The daughter of a Galway publican and teacher who was found dead in his bar seven years ago has told a jury she believes a group of Romanian men kille(...)

An insurance company has settled its action against the operator of a Galway leisure centre and a loss-assessment firm over an alleged fraudulent invo(...)

The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct over the river Corrib.

A plan for a €600 million ring road around Galway city is to be considered by the Cabinet today. The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct(...)

Fr Tony Coote was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in March 2018.

It affects talking, walking, eating, breathing and many more functions that most people take for granted. It can leave some with feelings of isolation(...)

It’s tempting to water everything in sight, but you need to prioritise. Photograph: Getty

Signs of the prolonged heat and lack of rainfall are showing everywhere in Irish gardens, from sun-burnt lawns to wilting foliage and drooping flowers(...)

Pamela Treacy: “The people taking part in the marathon are running it for really positive reasons and they all have unique stories. I find it very special.”

Before her husband became ill, Pamela Treacy always felt their health was “bullet-proof”. An active couple in their 30s, Treacy was shocked when her h(...)

Saw Doctors musician Tony Lambert collects his £852,643 win from the National Lottery headquarters in Dublin in 1993. Photograph: RTE Archives

Tony Lambert, a former keyboard and accordion player with Galway band the Saw Doctors, has died in Thailand. Lambert, who was originally from Wales, (...)

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