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Trad legends Shaskeen blend old tunes with fresh twists

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Traditional Irish music stalwarts Shaskeen will play the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday, May 30.

Jackie Ui Chionna’s Queen of Codes shortlisted for esteemed historical biography prize

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Galway historian and author Jackie Ui Chionna has been shortlisted for the esteemed Elizabeth Longford Prize for Historical Biography 2024 award for her book Queen of Codes, on the extraordinary life of Emily Anderson.

Galway Baytones to forge a French connection in St Nic’s concert tomorrow

Galway music fans are set for a treat tomorrow night (Friday) when an Irish-French collaboration raises the rafters at St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.

Celebrating the Celtic connections

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Various successful events have been initiated over the last 10 years with official and business visits and most recently the Inter-Celtic Business Forum which second edition took place in Galway.

Less than one in five think their employer does enough to tackle climate change

Only 17% of professionals in Ireland think their employer is doing enough to help combat climate change.

Dublin airport ranked as eighth most stressful in Europe

The most stressful airports in Europe have been revealed, with Dublin ranking in eighth position.

New HRB report reveals alcohol consumption throughout Ireland continues to fall - Drinks Ireland

A new report from the Health Research Board (HRB) has shown alcohol consumption in Ireland has fallen again and is now over 30% lower than twenty years ago, Drinks Ireland, the Ibec sector that represents the industry has said.

Great value in river cruises with Fahy Travel

"We believe that exploring the world is one of life’s gifts. A holiday is not just about the destination – it is about new experiences and the bonds that are being made along the way. We bring people, places and culture together to create lasting memories." This is a quote from Riviera Travel who are back selling in the Irish market.

Our fortified city

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The town of Galway was virtually an independent city state, self-contained politically and ecclesiastically, relying on its own resources as it was cut off from the central English authority until the 16th century. Then, the Tudors began to extend their influence westwards so that the city gradually came totally under their dominion. The real symbol of that growing influence was the fortifications, four in number, raised to defend this all-important location against all enemies, notably France and Spain.

Peugeot unveils an all new fully electric E-5008 with 660km range

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Peugeot has unveiled the new E-5008, the fully-electric replacement for its popular seven-seater SUV.


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