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The Ghosts Of Galway, Ken Bruen’s 13th Jack Taylor novel, has just been published and to mark its arrival Bruen met me in the Hotel Meyrick last Monday to range widely over his eventful life and acclaimed work.
A HIQA report has called for further improvements at St Vincent’s Car Centre to enhance the privacy enjoyed by its residents.
Athlone Little Theatre opens its autumn season on Friday, September 15 with the social drama The Second Mrs. Tanqueray.
Professor Donncha O’Connell of the School of Law at NUI Galway has been appointed by the Government to the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland.
J.B.Priestly's classic drama An Inspector Calls is set for an eight-night run at Athlone's Little Theatre at the end of the month.
The road safety office and Oifig na Gaeilge of Mayo County Council and An Garda Síochána are partnering throughout the county this weekend to encourage everyone celebrating St Patrick's Day to act responsibly and designate a sober driver. St Patrick’s Day falls in Seachtain na Gaeilge so the message is "Go dté tú slán", or in English, "Arrive alive" which will be displayed around the county on VMS roadside signs. Also leprechauns are coming out of the woodwork to assist road safety professionals and the gardai in Mayo to spread the road safety message in novel road safety campaign.
Following the success of the inaugural Afternoon Tea of Wonders, the five-star Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Golf Course has announced that this year’s event will take place from Saturday October 29 to Friday November 4.
After several months of controversy and discussion with the Department of the Environment, it appears that a large portion of South Westmeath is to remain free from industrial windfarm development.
Despite the excitement, the prospects, the agreement to carry mail, and new luxury ships, the Galway transatlantic adventure headed by J. Orwell Lever ended in failure within six years.
If Eamon Bradshaw and his crew think their courageous plan to extend Galway harbour into deep water to accommodate cruise liners is a step into modernity that will bring commercial success to the city on a grand scale, it pales almost into insignificance compared to the stunning ambitions the Galway merchants schemed in the mid 19th century.