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Lower Fairhill Road, c1895

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Lower Fairhill Road ran from Garra Glas in the heart of the Claddagh to the bridge over the canal at Dominick Street. Our photograph today, dated c1895, was taken roughly from where the traffic lights on Fr Griffin Road are today, looking towards Monroe’s.

Save our kids by introducing another tax?

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Summer day looks ideas

I recently attended a fashion show organised by the Clarenbridge Oyster Festival committee at the Marine Institute. First, the originality of the venue astonished me, then the gems of styles that boutiques revealed wonderfully surprised me. Although special occasions outfits were very much featured during the show, stylish and easy to wear day looks dominated the catwalk. The one outfit that stroked my eyes was a light turquoise sequin jacket with an aqua blue shorts and white tee from Galway boutique Daisy – this quirky and elegant number can be worn day to evening.

Community Diary

‘Wellness Workshop’ to tackle mental health issues

Bring the money home for Christmas — shop local and build your communities

With the Christmas market coming to an end in Eyre Square, having attracted tens of thousands of people to the city over the past three weeks, despite the inclement weather, the Galway Advertiser is asking shoppers across the city and county to concentrate their Christmas spend locally to save jobs and to preserve communities.

Petitions Committee critical of investigations into Brennan farm

The European Petitions Committee has said that it is not good enough that the cause of toxicity on Dan Brennan’s farm has not been found following a Department of Agriculture report into activities on the farm over the past two decades.

Brennan is captain fantastic

With National League, under 16 and under 18 successes already in the bag for Kilkenny this year, a successful inter-county campaign for 2008 was completed for the Cats when Sinéad Brennan accepted intermediate silverware from Camogie Association President, Liz Howard, after Sunday's slender three-point victory at McDonagh Park in Nenagh.

VAT reduction would stem northern flow of shoppers

Mullingar Chamber is calling on the Government to reduce VAT rates in order to help stem the flow of traffic across the border in the run up to Christmas.

Mayo fail to shine on opening day

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For the second in row Mayo started off the National League with a defeat at the hands of Derry, this time in James Stephen’s Park last Sunday. While both sides hit 10 scores the decisive score of the game came from Derry debutant James Kielt 45 minutes into the contest, who got on the end of move that came about as Tom Cunniffe lost possession trying to break out of defence.

Mullingar Chamber welcomes decision to reduce water rates

Paul O’Brennan, president of the Mullingar Chamber has welcomed the recent decision made by Westmeath County Council to give a discount for water rates to those businesses that have seen the largest increase in rate charges such as hotels and restaurants. Commenting on the recent announcement, Paul O’Brennan said, “The Mullingar Chamber have raised the issue of the increase in water charges with the council and has voiced it’s concerns on several occasions about the effects that this would have on local businesses during these difficult times. At a recent meeting with the council the Mullingar Chamber was informed of the decision and I am relieved that the council has made this decision, which will benefit those businesses that have seen the greatest increase in water charges. Mullingar’s hotels and restaurants provide a vital service and are also major employers in the town.”

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