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German tour operators visit Athlone

Dertour, with a €1.5 billion turnover last year, and market leader for the past 40 years, are currently in Ireland attending their annual travel academy. While the travel academy will be based in Killarney, all 700 travel agents are participating in pre and post academy tours, organised by Fáilte Ireland, in conjunction with Tourism Ireland. The tours present a valuable opportunity for the tourism industry to sell itself to the German market and allow Fáilte Ireland to showcase the best that Ireland has to offer throughout the country.

EU funding sought for flood relief in Galway

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The heavy rainfall which has blighted east and south Galway, Clare, and Cork has inflicted damage that could cost between €500 million and €972 million, leading to EU funds being urgently sought.

IDA investors make only one visit to Mayo since November 2008

Only one visit has been made by IDA investors to Mayo since November 2008.

Recreating the Berlin Wall in Cluain Mhuire

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FOR 28 years The Berlin Wall stood as a symbol of the divided Germany and a Europe, indeed world, divided along ideological, military, and economic lines.

First time buyers light up the market for O’Donnellan & Joyce

October and November brought renewed hope to the property market in Galway. First time buyers were out in force with a volume of activity that had not been experienced in previous months.

Galway city’s Budget day is tomorrow

While the State endured Brian Lenihan’s savage Budget yesterday, Galway will have to wait until tomorrow before the Galway City Council decides on its own budget for 2010.

Celtic Earth Show to raise funds for flood victims

THE CELTIC Earth Show, a feast of the finest traditional and Celtic music, returns to the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday December 15 at 8pm.

Nightmare Budget comes true as fairness goes out window - Ó hArgáin

Wednesday’s Budget shows that Fianna Fáil and the Greens have no belief in fairness and no compassion for the most vulnerable in Kilkenny and Irish society, according to Kilkenny Labour councillor Seán Ó hArgáin.

Christmas crackers at McGorisks Pharmacy

Check out these special offers from McGorisks Pharmacy, Athlone. GHD hairstylers are now available at an amazing €129.99 (RRP €160), while you can save 20 per cent on salon prices when you buy gift sets from the Tigi Bed Head range.

Westmeath ratepayers must find nearly €8m

Businesses around Westmeath are waiting with bated breath for the first indication of the commercial health of the county on Monday (December 21), when the county council meets to agree on a budget for 2010 at the annual estimates meeting.


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