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Aughrim clergyman ‘happ-pea’ for Malawi farmers this Christian Aid Week
An Aughrim clergyman is celebrating the success of farming communities in southern Malawi who have seen their lives transformed after receiving a fairer price for their pigeon pea crop.
Galway finalists honoured at prestigious MyEU50 Third Level Exhibition
Two Galway students were honoured by Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence, Micheál Martin TD at an exhibition day for the MyEU50 Third Level competition finalists which took place recently in University College Cork.
Air Corps and navy called into action to monitor Russian vessels over Galway-Iceland sub-sea cable
Irish defence forces aircraft and shis were called into action this week off the Galway coast after being alerted to the presence of two Russian Government vessels sailing in the area of the recently-laid Galway to Iceland communications subsea cable.
Galway Community College students participate in Fidelity Investments Ireland's work experience programme Root2STEM
Galway Community College students Kateryna Diachenko and Beatriz Viude Castanho engaged thoroughly with the Fastrack into Information Technology, FIT Choose Tech (the national coordinator of tech apprenticeships) programme and embraced the resources provided on the learning platform to further their tech skills.
Newport, the Town of the Two Graces, celebrates Princess Grace of Monaco
His Serene Highness, Albert, Prince of Monaco made an official visit to Newport, last week where he unveiled a specially commissioned sculpture of his mother, Princess Grace of Monaco.
Abbey Hotel Roscommon hosts Fáilte Ireland tour operations FAM visit
The four star Abbey Hotel Roscommon showcased the very best of true Irish hospitality at their recent St Patrick’s weekend Fáilte Ireland tour operators FAM trip hospitality dinner.
Maldives is currently the world’s hottest honeymoon destination
The Maldives consist of a myriad of little islands, about two hundred of which are inhabited, and these are engulfed into twenty-six natural atolls. They straddle the equator with the appearance of a garland of little gems haphazardly abandoned on the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
All new Skoda Enyaq Coupe finally arrives
After a 12 month delay the Skoda Enyaq Coupe has now been launched in Ireland.
Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland formally launches ‘Bay Watch’ campaign
At present, Gardai and Traffic Wardens do not have the power to issue fines to drivers who illegally park in accessible parking bays in private carparks like shopping centres, educational institutions, hospitals and other spaces.
Maritime historian to give talk on reviving Ireland's oldest racing class
The focus of the event will be the history of the Dublin Bay 21s, a project which has brought seven 120-year-old one-design keelboats back to light and the plan for their future use and custodianship.