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Monaghan Bros are leading specialists in the manufacture and supply of standard and customised contract furniture to the hospitality industry throughout the country.
Toyota’s move to expand mass-production of fuel cell stacks and hydrogen tanks ten-fold post-2020 should banish any doubts what will power cars in the future.
Isn’t this May/June weather just glorious? Heavy, verdant growth everywhere, birds working overtime thrilling and singing to all and sundry as they wheel around the sky, young children out playing with their bicycles, balls and all the outdoor pursuits they can.
Connacht Rugby and the IRFU have announced Andy Friend as the province’s new head coach.
Monaghan Bros is a leading specialist in the manufacture and supply of standard and customised contract furniture to the hospitality industry throughout the country. Its furniture is sold direct to the hospitality industry at home and to markets overseas such as UK, Europe, USA, Japan, and Australia.
The Dominican Convent in Taylor’s Hill, Galway has donated its library of more than 2,000 volumes, built up over five centuries, to NUI Galway at an event in the University Library.
Ireland is the first European beef exporter to secure access to the market in China, where consumers’ appetite for the meat is reportedly growing steadily.
THE GALWAY Film Society has moved to a new location to screen its new season of films. The Pálás Cinema will now host screenings of the society and Galway can look forward to a diverse range of films from Japan, Switzerland, Russia, France, Germany, and Australia.
EIGHT DAYS of the very best and latest films from Japan will be screened at both The Eye and Pálas cinemas, when the 10th annual Japanese Film Festival comes to Galway.
THE SHAMISEN is a traditional Japanese instrument about one metre long, with three strings, and played using a large pick called a bachi - and Galway is about to see a show from two of its finest players.