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OUT OF The Wild Sky, the 2018 Macnas Halloween parade, celebrating the act of transformation, creating in its wake, a hypnotic, intoxicating, glittering, mysterious world, filled with shadow and nobility, takes place next week.
THE LATE, great, and sadly missed Robin Williams once observed: “You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.” It is a sentiment taken to heart by two of Galway’s finest comedic performers - Aindrias De Staic and Paraic Breathnach.
Capacity audiences are expected to attend a diverse range of literary events for the Wild Atlantic Words Festival in Castlebar, which runs from Monday October 8 to Sunday October 14.
This substantial seven day licenced premises at Bridge Street, Ballina with a guide Price of €115,000, is currently out for public tender.
The elected members of Mayo County Council approved the sale of a former bookshop on Bridge Street (Main Street) in Castlebar for a fee of €30,000, this week. The purchasers were the only people to make a bid for the property which the council had bought with additional lands at a cost of €100,000 in 2015.
Are you still undecided about booking that summer holiday? Don’t take a chance on the good weather lasting.
The itinerary Fly To Rovaniemi The magic begins as soon as visitors touch down where they will be greeted by Santa’s elves and whisked off to Rovaniemi’s Santa Park, where they will be g
Fashion is all about making big, bold style choices. That can mean mixing prints, loading up on accessories, or going all out with bright colors. However, the most fashionable look of all is owning your style and feeling comfortable in your own skin. Proprietor of Lanidor Ladies Fashion Ireland, Caroline McCarthy, wholeheartedly agrees with this sentiment as she sat down with the Galway Advertiser to chat about how she got involved with Portugal’s largest brand of women’s clothes, following her dream, and the future plans she has for Lanidor in Ireland.
An Garda Síochána, Castlebar, is setting up a new Business Watch scheme in the town under the Castlebar Community Policing Program. The is a proactive step to help local businesses, no matter what size, to have direct access to a dedicated Garda whose role is to specifically to help them.
On April 1, 1954, 941 boys marched from the Bish National School, Nuns’ Island, and from the Old Mon in Market Street to their ultra-modern bright new school, St Patrick’s, which was situated at the corner of Lombard Street and Bridge Street. The new school was built on a site which had been the location of the Shambles Barracks, which was occupied by the British army for many years up until 1909.