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All aboard — cruise offers still available from Fahy Travel

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Cruising in Europe is becoming a most enjoyable way to explore the continent's diverse cultures, stunning landscapes, and historic cities.

Residential property prices stabilising but housing system needs reform

The latest Residential Property Price Barometer capturing prices actually achieved by auctioneers for three and four bedroom houses and two-bedroom apartments throughout the country in the first six months of 2023 has found an overall increase of 2.05 percent in the period, compared with 2.44 percent in the previous six months.

Precautionary measures urged for owners ahead of localised flooding forecasts

Met Eireann has cautioned that a wetter-than-normal summer is set to continue with more localised flooding ahead as widespread rain and wind continues to remain prevalent.

Revealed - the top ten hottest holiday locations

The list of the most visited countries worldwide features many beautiful cities in the world, and has compiled the most popular locations on the list before the pandemic.

Sports Shorts

Irish rugby captain, Connacht's Nichola Fryday, has announced her retirement from the international game.

Discover why cruising is such a popular holiday option

Recent research shows that 70 per cent of holiday makers, when asked, are ready to consider cruising. It can be difficult to know where to start - so many cruise companies, itineraries, cabin types etc.

Galway basketball quartet head to Romania

Four NUI Galway basketballers are heading to the FIBA European Championships in Craiova, Romania next month.

The Amazing Miss Anderson

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Looking at the photograph of Emily Anderson on this page, the only formal portrait of her other than some distant group shots, it is difficult to imagine that this interesting Galway woman was probably the best codebreaker in the British Secret Service during the First and Second World Wars.

Mystics selected for Ireland team

Four Galway basketball players have been selected on the U20 women's squad to compete at the European Championships.

­Through the glass darkly

Sometime before 1905, John Bagnell Bury, Regius Professor of Modern History at Cambridge, son of a Church of Ireland clergyman, and already one of the most distinguished historians of his time, turned his attentions to St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.


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