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Attend the ‘Autumn Wedding Fair ‘ on Sunday 16th September from 2pm to 5pm at the Radisson Blu and meet the hotel’s experienced wedding team to discuss your dream day.
Name the principal figures in astronomy, and Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Galileo, Giovanni Cassini, and Edmond Halley will be mentioned, but such a list omits the women who have made an enormous contribution to the field.
Headford has been working hard to put itself on the map in the last couple of years and it has certainly succeeded — As a pilot town for Galway 2020 it proved that small towns can have very big ideas. Since then, the number of active community groups in the town has grown significantly and cooperation and collaboration among the groups has benefitted the town as a whole and all helped to make Headford one of the most vibrant towns in the county.
Super slimmer, Leanne has lost almost seven stone so far and been crowned ‘Woman of the Year’ 2018 in her local Slimming World group.
After Eamon Fitzmaurice's decision to step away from the Kerry hot seat a few weeks ago, having guided Kerry to six Munster titles, a national league and an All-Ireland title in 2014, the abuse that had/has been directed towards him has been well document.
One of Ireland’s most picturesque cycle sportives, the Tour de Achill, which takes in routes along the Wild Atlantic Way, will take place next Saturday, September 1. The Tour de Achill, hosted by the Achill Wheelers Cycling Club, takes in some of the most stunning scenic routes along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Children will be charmed by tomorrow's Heritage Week programme at Merlin Park woods.
A five minute video portraying the scandal of the Tuam mother and baby home has received hundreds of thousands of views on Facebook.
Located in the heart of Galway’s trendy West End, BóTOWN serves up a wide selection of craft burgers and beers across two floors in a really chilled, cosy and charming setting. The city’s newest burger bar might have only opened its doors last month but it has been over two years in the making. It is the creation of local lads David Fitzpatrick and Frank Greaney, who have completely revamped a previously derelict building at 57 Dominick Street Lower.
The papal visit this weekend will see plenty of celebratory flags and bunting on show but the Ireland of today is very different to the one which greeted John Paul II in 1979. One small, yet vivid, symbol of our changed country is the advocacy group Atheist Ireland, founded in 2008, and which has some 500 subscribers, as well as 13,000 likes on its Facebook page.