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Enjoy delicious Indian cuisine in Salthill

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Diners in Salthill and surrounding areas have a new venue when it comes to top quality Indian cuisine -- Falguni Indian restaurant and takeaway has recently opened, offering a delicious mix of classic Indian dishes and regional specialities.  

Mighty Mac’s

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This has been the week that saw McDonald’s announce the launch of an ‘artisan’ burger to be called the MacMór, which aims to use Ballymaloe Relish, Charleville Cheddar, Dawn Meats beef, and Dew Valley bacon. The idea of McDonald’s selling anything ‘artisan’ came as a surprise to many in the food world, and it seems now that the company will have to change the description to something a little less aspirational.

Galway disappoints in latest litter survey

The latest survey by the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) alliance shows Galway city as ‘moderately littered’, losing its Clean to European Norms status, and in 33rd position in the ranking of 40 towns and cities nationwide.

Sheridan to run for Greens in Galway West – South Mayo

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Local businessman Seamus Sheridan has been selected to run for the Green Party in the next general election in the Galway West–South Mayo constituency.

Return of Star Of The Sea

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ONE OF the big hits of last year’s Galway International Arts Festival was Star Of The Sea, the superb stage adaptation of Joseph O’Connor’s acclaimed novel jointly produced by Moonfish and An Taibhdhearc. Audiences now have a second chance to see this much-praised show when it returns to An Taibhdearc for a short run prior to embarking on a national tour.

Mike Scala - New York troubadour is Galway bound

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NEW YORK singer-songwriter and international charity worker Mike Scala is a man who enjoys doing things independently. Along the way, he has toured the world, worked with leading musicians, and made fans across the globe.

Mayo's Community Diary

The Men’s Community Initiative at Áras Inis Gluaire

St Columba’s ready to help families cope with education costs

The cost of third level education is putting increasing pressure on parents in Galway, according to Padraig O’Callaghan from St Columba’s Credit Union.

Report confirms importance of hospitality sector for Galway tourism

A new report confirms the hospitality sector is a significant component of the tourism infrastructure in Galway, with 504 pubs, 64 hotel bars and 141 fully licensed and wine licensed restaurants in the county. 

Inaugural festival with French flavour comes to Ballina

Following on from the huge success of the Humbert’s Festival, Ballina Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Jackie Clarke Collection, Ballina Arts Centre, Mayo County Council and MayoNorth.ie, presents French Ballina festival 2015, which highlights Franco-Irish cultural and historical connections, including the 1798 rebellion, through film, theatre, music and the physical transformation of some of Ballina’s streets and venues.

 

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