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Another hotel for Supermac

Galway businessman, Pat McDonagh has bought the Charleville Park Hotel in Cork.

Anonymous businessman to pay for Direct Provision students’ third level education

A Galway businessman has come forward and offered to pay for the third level education of two students in the Direct Provision system who were not in a position to fund their courses as their status would mean paying sums of up to €10,000.

Supermac’s head buys Loughrea Hotel & Spa

Galway businessman Pat McDonagh has purchased the Loughrea Hotel & Spa.

Museum hosts history lectures

The Galway City Museum will host two lectures over the coming days - one on the founding fathers of Galway city, the other on a Galway landlord during The Famine.

Ashford Castle hotel and grounds sold for €20 million

The iconic Ashford Castle hotel and resort in Cong, Co Mayo has been sold this week to a United Kingdom based hotelier group for €20 million after a period of receivership.

Want to be king of your own castle?

Fancy being king or queen of your own castle? Well if you have a spare €25 million, the five-star luxurious Ashford Castle can be all yours.

Supermac’s boss adds weight to GUST application

Galway businessman and sponsor Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s is throwing his weight behind the newly-formed Galway United.

Reviving, surviving and thriving

The streets of Castlebar are being revived over the coming days with the Heart of Castlebar Street Festival. The three day festival, which commenced yesterday (Thursday) offers plenty of local shopping promotions and super discounts in local stores. Free family fun and entertainment will fill the pedestrian friendly streets and the official launch will take place on Saturday at 12.30pm, at the junction of Main Street and Castle Street, by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny. Hopefully people will turn out and support this proactive festival, which will generate much needed money for the local economy.

Galway-made natural weedkiller offers organic solution to weeds

Irish Organic Weed Killer was developed in 2009 by Galway businessman Oisin Concannon. Conscious of the dangers of chemicals to children and pets, he was looking for a non-toxic weedkiller in his local hardware stores. He discovered that no 100 per cent natural weedkiller existed in the Irish market and set about developing a natural Irish-made alternative to chemical weedkillers.

Well-known criminal family had engaged Limerick person to collect debt from Galway businessman

A businessman has been subpoenaed to appear before the High Court after a judge was told gardai had received information a "well-known criminal family" had engaged a person in Limerick, "known to the gardai", to collect a debt from a Galway businessman, James Clancy.

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