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A lot of the hotels in Galway can be divided into two types. The first kind was built in recent years, a result of the economic boom, largely run by professional management companies whose brief was to merely keep the business afloat and get 'heads in beds'. Flannery's is the other sort of Galway hotel. It is part of the landscape and the fabric of life in the city east area, providing employment and welcoming guests from Ireland and many parts of the world since it first opened in 1969.
The Association of Catholic Priests (ACP) has expressed its support of Fr Tony Flannery, branding the intervention of the Vatican to effectively silence the Athenry-based Redemptorist cleric as “ill-advised” and “unfair”.
Business trainer and motivational speaker Pearce Flannery will hold a ‘Create Your Own Reality’ seminar at The TF Royal, Castlebar on December 15.
A draft area plan for Ireland West Airport Knock will be complete by the end of October, a meeting of the Swinford electoral area committee was told this week.
In the last couple of years Mick Flannery has gone from part-time stonemason to one of Ireland’s most sought after musicians. Currently writing his third album, a follow up to the hugely praised White Lies he has played a string of sold-out shows all over Ireland.
Taxi users, drivers, and other interested parties have a chance over the next few weeks to have their say on the national maximum taxi fare. The Commission for Taxi Regulation has developed an online facility at www.farereview.taxiregulator.ie to make it is as easy as possible to submit your views. The site will provide background information on how the national maximum taxi fare works, key points to consider when making a submission, and six key questions that you must complete when making your submission.
St Mary's College is once again flying the flag for Galway football after winning this year’s UMBRO FAI Schools Senior Cup final.
The Galway docks was expected to be awash with colour last evening with the second of the Galway Bay Sailing Club’s Alfa Romeo Late Summer Seriers due to finish in the city.
Best Western Flannery’s Hotel will hold a race night tomorrow (Friday) to help raise funds for general manager Siobhan Farragher, who is taking part in the Grand Canyon Walking Challenge for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
Following a five week inch loss competition held in the Power Plate Studio, Moneen Business Park, Castlebar, Kate Flannery has been announced as the winner with a total loss of 22 inches. She has won a weekend away for two.