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Relax in style at the Trinity City Hotel

Trinity City Hotel is the perfect base for people wishing to explore Dublin city. This 262 room, stylish hotel in the heart of the city, is just a few minutes stroll from Grafton Street, O'Connell Street, Temple Bar, and St Stephen's Green.

Brooks Hotel comes of age

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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.

Brooks Hotel - A Coming Of Age

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Brooks Hotel is an award-winning 4-star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city and is celebrating 21 years in business this year.

A coming of age at the suitably located high standard Brooks Hotel

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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.

Brooks Hotel comes of age

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With strong Galway connections, Brooks Hotel, an award winning four star hotel situated in the heart of Dublin city, celebrates 21 years in business this year.

Biodiversity award for Belmullet Tidy Towns

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Baile Slachtmhar Bhéal an Mhuirthead (Belmullet Tidy Towns) was awarded first place in the Together for Biodiversity Awards – for their project ‘It’s All About the Bees and the Seas’, at the National Biodiversity Conference, held in Dublin Castle on Wednesday.

Grief and despair on Galway streets November 1920

Sunday November 21 1920, known as ‘Bloody Sunday’, marked one of the most significant events in the Irish War of Independence. The day began with an IRA operation, organised by Michael Collins, to assassinate the so called ‘Cairo Gang’ - a team of undercover British agents, working and living in Dublin. IRA members went to a number of addresses, and shot dead 14 people including nine army officers.

Come what May in the UK as centenary anniversary of first Dail sitting to be recognised

As I am compiling this column, it is just before the Westminster vote on Brexit. All observers feel the vote will be defeated, and some say very heavily. Be that as it may, the real question now is, what does Theresa May do next? She has to come back next Monday with a further plan of where she will go and what she will do. More and more it appears that the extension of time, which could be looked for at the end of March, is what is in sight, but we are in the dark and do not have any certainty about the outcome. I am sorry that this is so and apologise to the readers, but there is nothing that I or even the most renowned of columnists in the UK or Ireland can do – we cannot see the way forward as yet.

Schoolbags back in fashion as the closure of rural post offices gives cause for political thought

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