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Music, dance, and the Kilfenora Céilí Band

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THE Kilfenora Céilí Band, one of the oldest céilí bands in the world, and former Riverdance leads Michael Donnellan, Michael Gardiner, and Laura Minogue, will join forces for a show at the Town Hall Theatre.

Economic cooperation agreement signed between Shannon Free Zone and China Zone

The Shannon Free Zone has signed an official accord for economic cooperation with a Chinese equivalent, the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (SHFTZ).

Al Hayes Skoda opens in Ennis Co Clare

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Al Hayes Motors is the newly appointed sales and aftersales dealer for Skoda in Co Clare.

Chambers welcome signing of Shannon Airport Bill

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The Chambers of Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon, which represent 1,355 members with a combined employment level of 45,700, have welcomed the recent signing into law of the Shannon Airport Bill by President Michael D Higgins.

Brother charged with Athlone student’s murder

 

Connemara man charged with brother’s murder

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A 40-year-old Connemara man charged with the murder of his brother, whose body was found in Clare earlier this week, has been remanded in custody to appear before Harristown District Court tomorrow.

Clareman wins a third Galway race

Michael Shannon of St John’s AC in Clare took a third Galway victory in a week in the Boston Scientific Charity race last Tuesday. Shannon won comfortably in 15.49, with Matt Bidwell of GCH second in 15.56 and Keith Lynch of BMOH third in 16.12

Galway Stories to be read in Clare

GALWAY WRITERS will be reading short stories set in Galway at an event in The Russell Gallery, New Quay, in the Burren, in County Clare.

Galway Bay swim to take place on Saturday

The seventh annual Galway Bay swim, in aid of Cancer Care West, will take place on Saturday July 28.

Enjoy a medieval banquet at Dunguaire

Picturesque Dunguaire Castle is situated on the shores of Galway Bay. The castle takes its name from the ancient fort of Guaire, King of Connaught, who died in 662 AD. The castle was built in 1520 and was first occupied by Guaire’s descendants, the O’Hynes.

 

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