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Michael Ring, T.D., Minister of State for Regional Economic Development has stated that the new Wild Atlantic Way Passport, launched Friday, May 27, will help to promote tourism spots and visitor attractions in Mayo. “The new Wild Atlantic Way Passport is a great initiative and will really help to promote tourism spots and visitor attractions in Mayo. The Wild Atlantic Way Passport is designed to encourage repeat visits to Ireland’s coast and promote tourism in Mayo.
Joseph Plunkett and Grace Gifford were to have a joint wedding with his sister Geraldine Plunkett and her fiancé Tom Dillon, at the Rathmines church, Easter Sunday, April 24 1916. The confusion about the on/off Rising, the rumours about the possibility of Roger Casement being taken prisoner in Kerry, kept the couples guessing as to what would happen. But Joseph, one of the principle organisers of the Rising, probably knew more that what he said to his sister, that Grace ‘did not know the smallest thing about the political situation, and had no idea whatever of such things’.*
Castlebar trialogue meeting
Liam Lawton, the widely acclaimed multi-platinum singer, will perform in St Patrick’s Church in Forster Street on Sunday April 24.
O’Donnellan & Joyce recorded the largest volume of sales when it held its Wild Atlantic Way property auction where 46 properties went under the auction hammer. The auction featured properties from Galway to Donegal and down as far as Kerry, all along the western seaboard.
O’Donnellan & Joyce is kicking off the auction season with its spring auction tomorrow, March 4, at 2pm in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road. Approximately 50 properties with a value of almost €6 million will go under the hammer in the Wild Atlantic Way auction, with properties from Donegal to Kerry and primarily Galway city for sale.
‘The main cause of disloyalty in the county,’ wrote the RIC inspector for Galway East 1916, ‘were the priests and the women of Athenry!’
This three bedroom bungalow is located on a large corner site in one of Galway’s oldest and more established residential areas. AMV is €125,000.
Never let it be said that I only follow the Ard Fheis of one Party. Last Saturday night, having spent the morning and early afternoon in Dun Laoghaire with Fianna Fáil, I sat down at home to look at Enda Kenny’s speech at the Fine Gael Ard Fheis.