Joe Hynes of the Galway Advertiser speaks to Kernan Andrews (Political Correspondent, Galway Advertiser) and Peter Timmins (Managing Director, Galway Advertiser) to get their views on the upcoming General Election and the Opinion Poll carried out over the weekend in Galway. The Galway Advertiser conducted the survey which polled 240 Galway West constituents at 24 locations across the City and County.
If you Googled Galway last week you would have seen Edel Browne in international media like The Huffington Post, Niall McCormick winning 20k and local guys Chris Murphy and Simon Kiersey, winning regionally to pave the way for Galway on a national stage.
Honda has unveiled a host of important new vehicles at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. From performance and race cars through to an advanced fuel cell concept, Honda is signalling an important year for the brand in Europe, with every model in the company’s range being new or comprehensively refreshed.
Rarely a week goes by when the strife in Israel/Palestine does not make headlines in the media. In recent years the conflict has seemed ever more intractable, the people increasingly polarised and entrenched. Yet in spite of all, there are still those on both sides of the divide working for mutual understanding and a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
Often the best way to see the insides of a city is from the outside. It is only by standing alone, outside it, feeling its hard edges that you get to truly absorb it into your soul. It is often only by having to scrape your way through it that you appreciate all its nuances, its attributes, its quirks. For those who have chosen Galway as their home as their place to work, as their place to study and learn, many have experienced all of the aforeme...
Declan Varley of the Galway Advertiser sits down with Kernan Andrews (Political Correspondent, Galway Advertiser) and Peter Timmins (Managing Director, Galway Advertiser) to discuss the first count results of the opinion poll. They examine the possibility of Éamon Ó’CuÍv, Noel Grealish and Derek Nolan retaining their seats based on these first round of results. The Galway Advertiser conducted the survey which polled 240 Galway West constituents at 24 locations across the City and County
Artists and scientists at NUIG have been working side by side at the Cúram Labs, and the result is the exhibition The Future Is Here. Kernan Andrews has met the artists and on www.advertiser.ie, they tell him about the artworks and how scientific research helped spur their imaginations
ART AND science, one based on subjectivity and a response to the emotions and imagination; the other the result of rational inquiry, study, and experiments to proving or disproving; would seem unlikely bedfellows, each requiring different sides of the brain.
A County Galway child was so moved when she saw a photograph of a little girl who was diagnosed with cancer that she decided to get her hair cut and donate it to a charity that makes wigs for children with the condition.
"The elections will be a decisive factor in determining how the issue of water charges finally plays out, and, if a high level of non-payment is achieved, water charges are sure to be a major issue in the build up to and throughout the course of the election." So says Insider in his article today.