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Gardaí are appealing to road users to stay safe on the road over the festive period as part of the Garda Síochána Western Region Road Safety Christmas Campaign.
O’Beirn’s Pharmacy, Henry Street, Galway, has recently come under new management, and is introducing a number of price reductions. Prescription medicines at O’Beirn’s are now at similar prices to the UK and other EU countries.
THE CENTENARY of the First World War has prompted many commemorations of, and fresh reflections on, that vast and cataclysmic conflict. Here in Ireland it has occasioned a reclaiming of the history of the many thousands of Irishmen who served and died in the war and whose stories had largely been erased from official memory until recent years.
OONA FRAWLEY was provoked to write her debut novel, Flight, by the atmosphere surrounding the Citizenship Referendum in 2004, which removed from Irish-born children of asylum seekers the automatic right to citizenship.
Whether it is our dramatic coastal scenery, world class cycling attractions or soft, rolling green hills, something about Mayo has mass appeal.
Galway senior camogie ladies are still in the hunt for the last semi-place in this year’s Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one after a 4-7 to 0-12 win over Clare.
DOTT AND Boyfights are among the Galway acts playing this year’s Westport Festival of Music & Food on June 28 and 29 at Westport House, Mayo.
All Ireland champions Galway will begin the defence of their title at home to Wexford in the opening round of next season’s Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship.
THE INTERSTELLAR electro-indie of Le Galaxie, the techo/house meets trad meets post rock of Daithí, and the propulsive indie rock of Funeral Suits make up the 2013 FMC Tour.
The National Museum of Ireland, Museum of Country Life in association with the French Embassy in Ireland is delighted to present this exhibition which was originally produced by Musée de l’Armée, Paris (the Army Museum, Paris). The exhibition was first seen in the National Museum, Dublin as part of Ireland’s EU Cultural Programme 2013. It has been enhanced by additional material not previously seen in the Dublin exhibition. A highlight of the exhibition is the display of the Ramillies flag which is on loan from Kylemore Abbey. This flag was captured at the Battle of Ramillies (in Belgium) in 1709 by Lord Clare’s Irish Brigade.