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The Maldron Hotel on Sandy Road is a modern building on the the fringes of the city, a landmark with its glazed exterior and its location opposite The Menlo Park Hotel in an area not lacking in hotels. The glass front points you towards the Headford Road, and inside, the high-vaulted reception space combines international airport chic and modern design which has been nicely updated since opening over a decade ago. Set back from the busy road that encircles the city, it also has the advantage of being just minutes from the centre of town with free underground parking. The grey and gold decor runs throughout and recent improvements keep the look low key and elegant.
Join T. O'Higgin's on Wednesday the 9th of October when they will have Dulux Colour Hero Sinéad Vaughan in-store providing a complimentary consultation service.
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Sky has announced its second cohort of Women in Technology Scholars, awarding five talented women a total of £125,000 (€140,000) to accelerate a business idea which harnesses technology innovation. Amongst the winners is Mayo woman Mary Murphy (20), the youngest Sky Women in Tech Scholar.
Westport’s Clewbay Garden Trail (CBGT) is on track to reach €100,000 in donations for its chosen charities since the trail began in 2012. Now in its eighth year, seven of the nine gardens in the 2019 trail have nominated the Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation (charity reg no 10980 ) which is about to open its 14 bed unit at Knockaphunta , Castlebar. This essential Palliative Care facility is striking in its concept and beauty and features courtyards, therapy rooms, individual bedrooms with patio gardens.
It is 42 years since Eugene Macken captained St Colman's College, Claremorris, to Hogan Cup glory against Carmelite College, Moate - and the south Mayo school is still the only school from the county to claim the top prize in school's football since it started in 1946.
STEVE BENNETT, winner of the inaugural Irish Comedian Of The Year award in 2016, and a regular performer at the Edinburgh fringe festival, will headline this week's Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
John Keogh's – The Lock Keeper on Dominick Street in Galway's Westend has been named as Pub of the Year by McKennas Guide for 2019. The award winning Westend gastro pub which will celebrate three years in business this summer is one of Galway's best loved pubs to share food, a quiet drink by the open fire, and of course it has become the private party location for people to get together to mark those special occasions.
The Bank Holiday weekend has finally arrived at last, this weekend will see the county full of barbeques, and lunch is becoming the new dinner.
This late 19th century building in Upper Dominick Street was originally a grocery and a pub owned by a family of O’Connells. They used to stable horses out the back. When they sold it, they moved to Dublin where one of them was unfortunately murdered. The pub was taken over by a Mr Cosgrave.