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Everyone will have heard of sayings which suggest people have the luck of the Irish, or something similar. And, Irish good luck and superstitions are commonly associated with people playing their favourite games at land-based venues or a casino online, as you will expect. When luck is on a person’s side, good things often happen. So, it’s understandable there are many Irish good luck superstitions around today.
THE INQUISITIVE hare is a busy fellow, always on the lookout for new facts to learn, adventures to undertake, and experiences to have. His exploits are the focus of an exhibition running as part of the Galway Theatre Festival.
St Brendan’s College, Belmullett, drove home to All Ireland U19 C Boys Schools League final glory on Wednesday afternoon with a 38-30 point win over O’Carolan College of Nobber.
He’s making a list and checking it twice! Have you posted your letter to Santa?
IF YOU can only think of leprechauns when you think of mythical Irish creatures, think again! Ireland’s mythology is bursting with mysterious and fantastical characters, as a new book reveals.
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Croagh Patrick Stakeholders Group Members have completed an evaluation process of the trial path work undertaken on Croagh Patrick in recent weeks.
Two of Galway’s most fashionable establishments, Willow Boutique and Caprice Café, have come together to host a night of fun, fashion and food on Wednesday, November 7 to help raise funds for local charity Rosabel's Rooms.
The Croagh Patrick Stakeholders Group was formed in November 2015 as a community response to concerns over the condition of the mountain together with concerns around safety, liability of shareholders and landowners, the status of the Croagh Patrick as Ireland’s Holy Mountain and the absence of structures to manage the impact of growing numbers of recreational users on the natural environment, habitats and ecosystems of the area.
Friday 28th September sees the opening of Merrow, a new addition to Galway’s thriving dining scene that will further enhance the city’s burgeoning reputation as the unofficial culinary capital of Ireland.