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Ballinasloe Horse Fair to provide €8.5 million boost to local economy

This year’s Ballinasloe Fair and Festival will be the largest ever held with 85,000 visitors expected and an estimated €8.5 million revenue for the local economy.

Galway Indian Community to hold major Diwali celebration

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Diwali, the festival of lights, and an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in every autumn in India, will be marked by the city’s Indian community this month with a major, celebratory, event, to which all Galway is invited.

Naughten warns parents to check for toxic chemicals in face paints

Local TD Denis Naughten has urged parents to check for toxic ingredients in face paints before using them on children this Halloween.

Take That live @ IMC Galway

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TAKE THAT play London’s O2 arena on June 19 and Galway fans will be able to see the concert when it is broadcast live to the IMC Galway.

Spectacular fireworks show promised for Castlebar tonight

A spokesperson for the famous Birds funfair says it is planning to light up the sky over Castlebar this evening with the most impressive fireworks display ever seen in Mayo.

Fun, fizz, and fireworks for Ballina St Patrick’s festival

Coca-Cola is injecting plenty of fizz and pop into this year’s St Patrick’s Day festivities in Ballina as the soft drink has become the main sponsor of the four-day festival celebrating all things Irish.

Galway Indian community to celebrate Diwali

Galway’s Indian community will celebrate Diwali - the festival of lights - with a special event in NUI Galway on Saturday October 25, and all Galwegians are welcome.

Ballina launches 50th anniversary Salmon Festival

Ballina is preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its now world renowned Salmon Festival, which launches on Monday (July 6) and continues until Sunday, July 13.

Galway’s Indian community to celebrate Diwali festival

Galway’s Indian community will celebrate Diwali - the festival of lights - with a special event in the Radisson Hotel on Saturday November 9 at 5pm, to which all Galwegians are invited.

Galway based audiologist warns that illegal fireworks are a hearing hazard

A leading Galway based audiologist has warned parents of the danger of permanent hearing loss posed by illegal fireworks this Halloween, particularly by bangers which can reach the same dangerous decibel level as a gunshot.

 

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