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Discover Dubai this summer with Fahy Travel

With the lifting of all restrictions for fully vaccinated passengers, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are now fully open for tourism.

Darkness Into Light returns at nineteen venues in Galway

From Salthill to Sydney, Donegal to Dubai, Tipperary to Toronto, Darkness Into Light, the annual fundraising event organised by Pieta, who provide life-saving support services for those in suicidal distress and who have been bereaved through suicide, is back.

Bord Bia launches recruitment campaign for 2023 marketing fellowship programme

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Bord Bia, through its Talent Academy, is now accepting applications for its 2023 postgraduate programme with up to 20 fully-funded places on offer. The programme includes a fully funded masters at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, a bursary, and a guaranteed work placement through the agency’s domestic and global network.

Extended offer — MSC cruise Dubai and Emirates with Cruise Worldwide at Fahy Travel

MSC Bellissima is setting sail around the Arabian Gulf, extending the season in the Emirates and the excellent offers that MSC provides. Onboard this astonishing ship, there is a choice of 12 delicious dining venues and 20 bars, promising something for every taste. You will be able to enjoy exclusive world-class shows performed in innovative venues, as well as a karaoke bar and comedy club. The whole family can enjoy hours of fun in one of the most intricate and exciting water parks at sea, a super-amusement park, and sports centre.

The sportling life of 2021

The Galway Camogie team received 12 nominations for this year’s All Stars. Congrats to Sarah Healy, Shauna Healy, Sarah Dervan, Dervla Higgins, Caitriona Cormican, Siobhán Gardiner, Emma Helebert, Niamh Kilkenny, Aoife Donohue, Siobhán McGrath, Orlaith McGrath, and Ailish O’Reilly. And the Galway manager Cathal Murray has been named the Manager of the Year. A mighty year’s work.

Connacht to play Worcester in pre-season friendly

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There's nothing that floors us like a bit of heat

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There are only a few things in life that can floor the Irish. A small fall of snow. A few flakes and we're closing roads and skiving off work and school. The second thing is a draught. There's seemingly nothing as fatal to the Irish person as the draught that you sat in a week or so ago and which now has ya at death's door. And the third thing is the heat. The heat. The heattttttttttt.

There’s nothing that floors us like a bit of heat

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There are only a few things in life that can floor the Irish. A small fall of snow. A few flakes and we’re closing roads and skiving off work and school. The second thing is a draught. There’s seemingly nothing as fatal to the Irish person as the draught that you sat in a week or so ago and which now has ya at death’s door. And the third thing is the heat. The heat. The heattttttttttt.

Small and medium firms must raise bar on clean air

The 14,000 small and medium firms in Galway must raise the bar on providing clean air or face resistance on staff returning to offices, a sanitisation expert has warned.

Irish St. Patrick’s Day Celebration was a Bit Different this Time

For the second consecutive year, Ireland did not hold its usual St. Patrick’s Day

 

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