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Connacht continue their European campaign intent on keeping their winning form intact when they host French outfit Brive at the Sportsground on Saturday (5.30pm).
Moate-based Irish Rural Link CEO, Seamus BOland, has been re-elected president of a key European consultative group.
In an open letter to constituency public representatives, Barry Kennedy, chairperson, Midlands Branch, Irish Hotels Federation (IHF), is seeking government support for the retention of the nine percent tourism VAT rate, as the hospitality industry faces ongoing economic challenges in 2023.
Midlands-North-West MEP Maria Walsh has stated that an agreement has been reached with EU countries to introduce binding pay-transparency measures.
The Opel Mokka-e is set to become even more powerful and efficient – and it even has a new name.
Reconnecting with our diaspora will be an essential strand of a new tourism project which will be tasked with attracting international tourists to Ireland.
Christmas Trees as they came to be now started around the late 1400s into the 1500s. In what’s now Germany (was the Holy Roman Empire then), the Paradise Tree had more decorations on it (sometimes communion wafers, cherries and later pastry decorations of stars, bells, angels, etc. were added) and it even got a new nickname the ‘Christbaum’ or ‘Christ Tree’.
Tourism projects in County Roscommon and the Ballinasloe Municipal District of East Galway will now be able to access a new €68m fund allocated to Fáilte Ireland as part of the EU’s Just Transition Funding.
As part of the popular Dublin band, Dead Ringer, formed in 1989, lead singer Collie Brophy toured across Ireland, the UK, Europe and the US, gaining a host of fans at home and abroad. Now, he is blazing a new trail with Ireland’s ultimate Bon Jovi Tribute band, Slippery When Wet. The five piece are set to reignite the exciting glam rock era when Bon Jovi stormed the charts, playing their top hits back to back at Monroe’s Live on Friday, January 6, 2023.
When Thin Lizzy gained a top hit with Whiskey in the Jar following its release in 1972, it was the beginning of a rich musical legacy that sealed their place as one of Ireland’s leading bands on the worldwide stage. The sheer lyrical talent and presence of vocalist and bass player, Phil Lynott, left an indelible imprint on the international music scene. With a life cut short at the tender age of 36, he had already garnered a global following that continues to this day.