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Judge Seamus Hughes said he has less tolerance for publicans in busy pubs who sell alcohol to minors.
Joyces Supermarket Headford has been a hive of activity the past few months as construction is underway on a new multi-million store that promises to not only provide more quality, value, and range for its customers but also boost the local economy by providing more employment and helping to turn the town into a shopping destination.
The annual BPW summer lunch which took place in the Ardilaun Hotel last Friday, and was kindly sponsored by RDJ Glynn, certainly was a unique occasion as BPW Galway celebrated 25 years since being founded in Galway by Breda Ryan and her committee, and has gone from strength to strength since then. On that morning Breda and John Ryan unveiled a plaque to commemorate the establishment of the club.
Towards the end of the 19th century Colman Greene came from Carna to Galway to work, mostly as a fisherman. He married Julia McGrath from Newcastle and they opened a pub near the Spanish Arch. They also sold tea and sugar and candles, etc, often as provisions to boatmen going out to fish. They had trawlers and fishing boats of their own at the Claddagh, and were fish merchants also.
The sudden and unexpected death took place on August 28 of Padraig Moran aged 49 years of No 7 Garryduff Drive and formally of Knockthomas, Castlebar. Padraig was the son of the late Martin Moran and Christina (nee Lawless), the second eldest of a family of five brothers and three sisters.
The career of an internationally-renowned Kilkenny chef was celebrated at the opening of the Savour Kilkenny food festival at the weekend.
A Kilkenny farmer is to feature in RTE’s newest programme on rural development, Higher Ground.
It was a day of fabulous frocks, killer heels and heavenly hats as fashionistas threw caution (and occasionally delicately balanced head pieces) to the wind and determined to enjoy Ladies Day at the Galway Races despite the credit crunch.