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VisitGalway - Galway Independent

Galway Independent

The Galway Independent is a free newspaper each Wednesday which gives information about Galway City and surrounding areas. Keep up-to-date with all that’s happening in Galway City. 

VisitGalway - Galway Advertiser

Galway Advertiser

The Galway Advertiser is a free newspaper each Thursday which gives information about Galway City and surrounding areas. Keep up-to-date with all that’s happening in Galway City via the Galway Advertiser e-paper.

VisitGalway - Connacht Tribune

Connacht Tribune

The Connacht Tribune is a newspaper circulating chiefly in County Galway. The Tribune Group prints three titles every week – the Connacht Sentinel on Tuesday, the Connacht Tribune on Thursday and the Galway City Tribune on Friday. The Newspapers are circulated in every district of Galway City and every town and village in the County.

VisitGalway - Tuam Herald

Tuam Herald

The Tuam Heard is a newspaper distributed each Thursday which gives information about the town of Tuam in Galway and it’s surrounding areas. Keep up-to-date with all that’s happening around Tuam in North Galway.

VisitGalway - Galway Bay FM

Galway Bay FM

Galway Bay FM is Galway’s local radio station. The station brings local news, sport, weather, traffic updates, conversation and music to listeners. Tune in to get up to date with what is happening around the county.

VisitGalway - Connemara Journal

Connemara Journal

The Connemara Journal is a newspaper distributed each Thursday which gives information around towns and surrounding areas in Connemara, in the west of Galway. Keep up-to-date with all that’s happening around in Connemara, West Galway.

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VisitGalway

VisitGalway is Galway's newest information centre for locals or tourist alike. It aim's to provide extensive information about both Galway City and County. VisitGalway was started by a local Galway person for their love of Galway.
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VisitGalway shared JOE.ie's post.4 hours ago
If you're a fan of the Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy, then there's only one place you need to be next week! 😍🤩
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VisitGalway2 days ago
Built in 1799, #DúnArannSignalTower was constructed by the British government, who occupied Ireland at the time. It was part of an extended network of fortifications built along the Irish coastline to provide an early warning to the British against a French invasion which was threatened by #Napoleon! ⚔#Inishmore #AranIslands #VisitGalway
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VisitGalway shared RTÉ News's video.4 days ago
Construction work in Galway City has revealed the stonework of what is believed to have been a 13th century castle built by the De Burgo family. It's great to see a historic discovery like this. Keep exploring, keep discovering! #DeBurgoCastle #DúnnaGaillimhe #Galway #VisitGalway
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Portal to the past: Archaeologists believe they have found ruins of a castle on Quay Street, Galway. Read more: http://bit.ly/2B3KycF
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There is something just beautiful about sitting beside a warm fireplace in a cosy pub on the wild coast of #Ireland. Where the craic and drink is flowing & you have no other cares in the world. Who would you like to be here with? Get tagging! Paddy Coynes Pub #Renvyle #Connemara #Galway #VisitGalway
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VisitGalway1 week ago
It's a foggy one across #Galway today! We've been digging around the photo archives and came across this #oldiebutgoldie! The beautiful photo captures a fisherman preparing to take off from #DunbulcaunBay to fish in the dense fog. 🎣#FoggyGalway #VisitGalway

Pic credit: Eoin Gardiner
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Built in 1799, #DúnArannSignalTower was constructed by the British government, who occupied Ireland at the time. It was part of an extended network of fortifications along the Irish coastline to prevent against a French invasion by #Napoleon! #Inishmore #AranIslands #VisitGalway https://t.co/IMDGMFbhh1 visit_galway photo
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Construction work in Galway City has revealed the stonework of what is believed to have been a 13th century castle built by the De Burgo family. It's great to see a historic discovery like this. Keep exploring, keep discovering! #DeBurgoCastle #DúnnaGaillimhe #Galway #VisitGalway https://t.co/eu1tH3yHny
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There is something just beautiful about sitting beside a warm fireplace in a cosy pub on the wild coast of #Ireland. Where the craic and drink is flowing & you have no other cares in the world. Who would you like to be here with? Get tagging! #PaddyCoynesPub #Renvyle #VisitGalway https://t.co/l2WKFYnF64 visit_galway photo
1 week ago
It's a foggy one across #Galway today! We've been digging around the photo archives and came across this #oldiebutgoldie! The beautiful photo by @EoinGardiner captures a fisherman preparing to take off from #DunbulcaunBay to fish in the dense fog. 🎣 #FoggyGalway #VisitGalway https://t.co/G44voUOUEj visit_galway photo
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This modest & picturesque mausoleum was built to house the remains of Margaret Henry, wife of Mitchell Henry who built #KylemoreCastle, the estate in which #KylemoreAbbey is built. It houses the cremated remains of Mitchell Henry who died in 1910. #TalkingHistory #VisitGalway https://t.co/VmGxNnyYMP visit_galway photo
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