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Galway Food Tours will go touring through Salthill on Wednesday August 22 with everything the food enthusiast could want. Poitin, craft beers, a little jazz and wine, Kombucha, and coffee are just some of the refreshment highlights all paired with signature small plates from the Black Cat, share platters from Oslo Bar, seasonal veggie boards in The Nest, and a sweet treat or two from Murray's local bakery.
The Galway senior hurlers face Limerick this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm) in their rescheduled round five league game, preceded by the Galway footballers against Monaghan with a 12.30pm throw-in.
The Galway senior hurlers face Limerick in their round five league game on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).
Ballinasloe businessman Thomas Campbell tragically lost his life last Thursday morning as the car he was traveling in collided with a bus on the Old Galway Road at Ballydangan, Roscommon, at around 10am.
Affordability in the property market remains a huge issue for those renting or living at home with their parents.
Ahascragh/Fohenagh were far too strong for Ballyhaunis in the Connacht intermediate hurling final replay, winning by 2-20 to 0-13 at Athleague.
Mayo based company Portwest, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of personal protective clothing and equipment has announced the creation of 55 new jobs. Over the next four years, staff levels will increase from 75 to 130 at its head office in Westport, Co Mayo. The family-run business has been based in Westport, for over a century where the now global company is run by a trio of brothers, Cathal, Owen and Harry Hughes. The Portwest brand is sold in more than 100 countries worldwide and turnover is also expected to rise from the current level of €125 million to €250 million over the next four to five years.
Where is more beautiful, Connemara or Kerry?
Poetry more than any other art form is intimately connected with the events of Easter 1916. Three of the executed signatories of the Proclamation, Padraic Pearse, Thomas MacDonagh (Tomás Mac Donnchadha) and Joseph Mary Plunkett were recognised poets of their day, who had used their poems to espouse the cause of revolutionary nationalism.