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Eight Galway producers among Blas na hÉireann 2020 finalists

The team at Blas na hÉireann have been working tirelessly since March to ensure that Blas 2020 goes ahead, maintaining their commitment to celebrating the very best in Irish food and drink. Chairperson Artie Clifford feels that now, more than ever, it is essential to shine a spotlight on the talented producers around the island.

Calls for Galway 2020 legacy funding to go to municipal districts

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Galway County Council should disperse Galway 2020 legacy funding to municipal districts, according to Independent councillor Tim Broderick.

Atlanta based Athlone family narrate COVID-19 experience

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Athlone natives, Brian and Cora Lynam, presently residing in Alpharetta Georgia, with their children Conor (9) and Erin (4), spoke to the Athlone Advertiser this week, noting the impact of COVID-19 on their daily lives as the pandemic continues to raise health concerns on a global scale.

Both sides now — Cultural capitals Rijeka 2020 and Galway 2020 postpone raft of cultural events

Rijeka, the city sharing the 2020 designation of European Capital of Culture (ECoC) with Galway, has announced it will postpone cultural events scheduled to take place in March and in the first half of April due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Local live Prince of Wales stand up date for Cork comedian

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Cork comedian, Chris Kent, comes to the Prince Athlone on March 14, 2020, with his brand new show ‘Christy Doesn’t Live Here’.

Planning refused for proposed new Portwest headquarters in Westport

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Mayo County Council confirmed this week that they had received notification from An Bord Pleanála informing them that the Board had upheld an appeal lodged against the council's decision to grant planning permission to Portwest Ltd for a new headquarters and café at Roman Island, the Quay, Westport.

Galway sailors revive traditional twinning event with Lorient

A special parade of sail from Galway takes place tomorrow (Friday) reviving a tradition with twin city Lorient.

Weddings at Sea launches at Ireland’s No 1 Travel Agency

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Fahy Travel has just been named Ireland’s No 1 Travel Agency at an award ceremony in the UK last week, and with the launch of Weddings at Sea by Fahy Travel on the May 8 in its Galway city location with special guest Lisa Mc Gowan the company has a lot to celebrate.

 

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