Wed, Apr 01, 2015
One of the most recognisable brands in Ireland is changing its name. Galway owned Supermac’s has announced this morning that its 100 plus restaurants will now change their name to McDonagh's.
A spokesperson for the company formerly known as Supermacs said the new logo and name is the result of an exhaustive consultation process which sought to honour a very special person who inspired the founding of the fast food chain.
“The newly titled 'McDonagh's' restaurants will seek to fully acknowledge the work carried out by the McDonagh family's influential beef farming uncle, Ronan McDonagh.
Scrapping the Galway City Council and allowing the Galway County Council take over its powers would “destroy the marketing power” the city has in “attracting inward investment” and hurt its “tourist pulling power”.
The success of O’Donnellan and Joyce’s 2014 auctions looks set to continue as it gears up for its next auction on Friday April 17 in the Harbour Hotel (3pm).
Connacht return to Pro 12 League action after the two-week break for the Six Nations and face title-chasing Munster in Thomond Park on Saturday (5.15pm).
After nine years, and 1.3 million units of the L200 as we know it, Mitsubishi introduced the long awaited new fifth generation L200 at the recent Geneva Motor Show.
McCambridge’s of Galway are teaming up with the Executive Directors of Sauvage Restaurant, Berlin for a Hunter Gatherer Feast this Good Friday as part of the Food Festival.
Ok, so you’re losing an hour in bed this weekend, but sure if you didn’t know about it, you’d probably stay up late anyway wasting an hour doing things and eating things you shouldn’t. But how about challenging yourself to give up an hour or so and get back something much greater in return.