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A Galway-based artist, who was recently honoured by the Irish Chinese community, will exhibit colourful new work at Ireland’s premier art fair Art Source, which will be held at the RDS from November 9-11.
Like fading divas on an operatic stage, it has been a strange, although welcome, feeling this week not be the default centre of attention when it comes to adverse weather in this country. For the best part of two decades now, the west has been the owner of the weather monopoly.
If your fencing has been damaged during Hurricane Ophelia, now is the perfect time to replace it with a durable, maintenance-free Colourfence.
And so after 10 months and 38 game weeks of action the Premier League has finally drawn to a close.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary says owners of homes and businesses which were devastated by Storm Desmond last year are extremely worried about repeat flooding this year. Despite a raft of promises, no flood defence schemes have been progressed in the county, and home and business owners are seriously concerned that their premises could be put at risk.
Storm are excited to be hosting one of the upcoming in-company events at the AtlanTec ’16 Festival.Storm is one of the most respected digital enterprise technology consultancies and Microsoft solution partners in Ireland.
NEBRASKA IS the state “where the west begins”, a region dominated by The Great Plains, and a place subject to thunderstorms and tornadoes.
An avid Galway weather watcher has made headlines this week after spotting and photographing a funnel cloud in Ardrahan on Tuesday evening.
Galway farmer Tom Callaghy will probably never leave home without his wellies again after the rain-friendly footwear saved his life when he was struck by lightning during an electrical storm.
Last Sunday night, after a day of wind, cold, heavy rain and pelting hail, the whole miserable day came to a climax with a dramatic thunderstorm. At which our senior dog, who is a terrible worrier at the best of times, shrank beside the sofa, trembling and whimpering; while the junior dog, who is so laid back – or possibly just totally unaware of his environment – that you could drop a bomb on him and he wouldn’t notice, lay in front of her with his head on his paws looking sympathetic but bewildered.