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A Mayo project to create Ireland's only 'wilderness area' in the remote Nephin Beg range at Ballycroy National Park is to be formally launched in early September.
GET READY to sail to the Arctic, stand atop rugged mountainous peaks and descend with adventurers deep in the heart of vast canyons, when the Why Not? Adventure Film Festival comes to Galway.
A message in a bottle has found its way to Connemara on Ireland’s western shores after making the journey from deep in the Arctic circle, on Canada’s northern frontiers.
The population of a protected bird that likes to hide in heather on a Mayo bogland has doubled.
Arctic adventurers returned to Galway this week after a 10-week voyage to the Arctic Circle and the west coast of Greenland
TURNING LEFT just after Drumcliffe Church in County Sligo, there is a long twisting road, wending its way to a rocky shore. At the end is a low lying bungalow.
Two Galway businessmen, Tom O' Connor and John Herterich are the third generation in their family to take over a thriving local enterprise, and each business has over seventy years of success behind it. Unlike many of their acquaintances, neither of them ever had to leave Galway to find employment.
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The Erris Film Club will take place on the first Tuesday of every month. For November they will show Jigs and Reels on Tuesday November 1 at 7 p.m. Come and experience our recently fitted sound surround system. To find out more or to get involved, contact Lisa on 097 81079 or email [email protected]
In the midst of our miserable weather, and dire financial troubles the series of ‘unfortunate’, or at least most unusual, events continued last year. Stringing them all together, as Dr Kieran Hickey does in his interesting book* reminds us that little old Ireland, blessed and loved by the saints, a ‘nation cradled in the arms of St Patrick’ (as I was taught in national school), is, alas, not excluded from strange geophysical events such as extreme weather conditions, including volcanoes and earthquakes, as we may have once believed. Although it was extremely rare for all these events to happen in the same year, I am sorry to say that having spoken to Dr Hickey this week, we’d better batten down the hatches, and prepare for a worse walloping to come. Just over 200 years ago the weather gave Mary Shelley monstrous dreams...but more of that in a moment.