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The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have welcomed the move by the Tánaiste Simon Coveney which has ensured Irish tourists currently in Spain and who want to fly home can do so by midnight Thursday. The Tanaiste engaged with his Spanish counterpart and with Aer Lingus and Ryanair to secure this.
The visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Galway city was the perfect tonic for the disappointment of the cancellation of the European Capital of Culture launch in February, that is according to Mayor of the Galway City Council, Mike Cubbard.
The Secretary General of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Niall Burgess, along with fellow DFA officials John Concannon and Claire Coughlan, and Commandant Colin Campbell of the Irish Defence Forces, recently visited the Dominican College, Taylor's Hill, to present the school with a UN flag as part of the UN's global schools project.
Tributes were paid earlier this week to the late TD for Mayo East and former minister, Ballina based Sean Calleary, who died last weekend.
The late Sean Calleary, who passed away at the weekend aged 86, left behind an immense legacy, says Connacht Rugby CEO Willie Ruane.
Over the festive period, leading Irish recruitment firm Cregg Recruitment will be hosting a recruitment open day.
Over the festive period, leading Irish recruitment firm CREGG Recruitment will be hosting a recruitment open day in the Connacht Hotel, Dublin Road, Co. Galway on Thursday December 28 from 11am-3pm.
Over the festive period, leading Irish recruitment firm CREGG Recruitment will be hosting a recruitment open day. The event will take place in the Connacht Hotel Galway on Thursday the 28th of December from 11am-3pm.
The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has issued advice to Irish holidaymakers travelling to Catalonia in Spain following the action taken by Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, to impose direct rule on Catalonia after the region officially declared independence from Spain last week.
The dramatic new surge in applications for passports over the last eight weeks “could result in people’s travel plans being wrecked” with waiting times for passport processing expected to increase.