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As is traditional, this year's Christmas athletics calendar boasts some of Galway’s most popular races taking place over the festive period.
Ireland West Airport is expecting to have its busiest Christmas period in the airport’s 30 year history as thousands of people make their way home for Christmas to the West and North West. Over the Christmas period the airport is expected to handle close to 30,000 passengers, making it the busiest Christmas period in the Airports history with traffic expected to be up by almost 10% compared to last Christmas.
On Christmas Day, at 2.30p.m. a traditional Latin Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary’s Church, the Claddagh, Galway.
Christmas and the new year are times of festivity and celebration, but for many of us they can also be periods of anxiety, stress, and loneliness.
Customers in all of Aurivo’s 33 Homeland stores across the northwest will be offered a chance to support the ISPCC with an option to add a donation of €1 at the till for one week from Monday December 12 to Sunday December 19.
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Down Syndrome Galway's annual Christmas Fun Swim is taking place again this year on Christmas morning. The event is open to all ages and all levels of ability. Participants do not need to be a swimmer to participate, just be willing to walk, run or jump in to the sea on Christmas morning. Getting wet is what it is all about.
I work full time, Monday to Friday. What days off will I get at Christmas?
The village of Cong in particular is still suffering because of the flooding that first occurred last December. At the January meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District of Mayo County Council, director of services Paddy Mahon outlined in a presentation the areas that have been affected and the efforts the council has made to keep things under control.
Fresh from a rousing appearance on RTE’s Prime Time, which nearly had Miriam O’Callaghan in tears, Bridie Willers is determined that this flood will not take away her spirit. And spirited the former Fine Gael councillor certainly is. Her home in Ardrahan has taken in water on numerous occasions in recent years, the latest flood cruelly arriving on Christmas morning, and frankly she has had enough.