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This late 19th century building in Upper Dominick Street was originally a grocery and a pub owned by a family of O’Connells. They used to stable horses out the back. When they sold it, they moved to Dublin where one of them was unfortunately murdered. The pub was taken over by a Mr Cosgrave.
As the 2017 GAA All-Ireland Senior Championships enter the final stages, GUINNESS has launched its latest TV advertising campaign , ‘Behind Every Great Town’ featuring Inishbofin native Simon Murray. The captivating 30-second film celebrates the every day GAA volunteers, who willingly give their time in communities across Ireland all year round.
With an expansive selection of fine whiskeys, a pint of Guinness to rival all others, and a line-up of live music and sport guaranteed to have the place hopping, there really is no other alternative for your dose of weekend entertainment than The Snug Bar.
In a landmark moment for Baysports, Hodson Bay, and the Midlands region, a representative from the Guinness Book of World Records arrived on Saturday, June 18, and confirmed that Baysports is now the home of the world’s tallest floating slide.
Prize money is set to hit a record high for this year's Galway Races, which start on July 27.
GUINNESS AMPLIFY gigs will be taking place in The Stock Exchange bar from today through to Sunday.
It’ll be goals and Guinness this weekend at Garveys in Eyre Square. With Electric Ceili, fresh from their appearance on Up for the Match, playing as part of the impressive Guinness Amplify concerts, rocking the crowds. And with the All Ireland Hurling Final replay on Saturday, punters at Garveys will get a free pint of Guinness every time the sliotar hits the back of the net at Croke Park.
At least three Westmeath projects are in with a shout for sharing in a €3m investment fund, applications for which close tonight, August 9.
Guinness & Co has just launched a major new cultural initiative, Arthur Guinness Projects, designed to champion and celebrate people whose ideas, passion, and spirit are enhancing and shaping our culture and identity.
Diageo Ireland has announced that the first group of Arthur Guinness Fund awardees have graduated from the two-year business mentoring programme. Among the 10 graduates was Clár IRD for their organic garden project, Growing Locally, in Mayfield, Claremorris. This project was the only one west of the Shannon to receive one of the 10 awards in 2010.