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Myles O’Brien of The Tavern, Murrisk, Tourism Officer with Mayo Vintners, has called for assurance that the VAT rate will be reduced to nine per cent when the Covid-19 crisis is over, giving the hospitality sector the assistance it needs to get back on its feet.
As President of Ireland may I send you my warmest wishes for a peaceful and a Happy Christmas and New Year.
Fine food and good wines have been served for well over four hundred years at Cloonacauneen Castle and this tradition still continues in the tower house that rises majestically over the landscape around it on the Tuam Road.
Fernhill Garden Centre on the Ballymahon Road, Athlone will launch its annual Christmas shop on Thursday next, November 8.
WYVERN LINGO have just released their new single, 'Out Of My Hands' - their most candid, politicised song to date - and have announced a gig at the Róisín Dubh as part of their 2018 tour of Ireland.
Bank holiday weekends are always busy on Ireland's roads because people want to go home or get away, and it is also a very busy weekend in sport with all GAA fans travelling to Dublin. As always, members of An Garda Síochána will be out in force as they do their very best to keep our roads as safe as possible but this year they have an extra helper getting the road safety message out there.
Hospitality and drinks businesses, including pubs, hotels, off-licences, restaurants, wholesalers, and producers, employ 6,139 people in Longford-Westmeath, generating €84 million in revenue for the local tourism economy.
THE NEW, the old, and the heaviest descend on Galway this weekend for the city's Doom Metal festival, Walpurgis Night VI, with gigs from Graveyard Dirt, Soothsayer, and Genuflection.
Ireland West Airport this week announced a special flight to Lapland will take to the skies in December 2017. This one night Santa’s Sleepover trip will depart on December 12 and is a holiday of a lifetime.
The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.