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Scallywags the company which sells a top range of children’s clothing in stores in Mayo and Galway, has just opened a new store in Barna.
Ireland’s Defence Forces’ bill for the visits of Queen Elizabeth and President Barack Obama came to €1.7 million, according to Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Justice, Equality and Defence Dara Calleary.
A Kilkenny boy was offered the opportunity of a lifetime when he was invited to ring the peace bell during a tree-planting ceremony carried out by President Barack Obama at Aras an Uachtarain.
This week, President Obama visited these shores to conclude a hectic period of high level state visits to our Island. Before he strode the streets of Moneygall and Dublin he promised to come back because of the great bargains in Joyces’ of Athenry.
In advance of US president Barack Obama’s visit to Ireland, an American academic will deliver a public lecture in Galway entitled Obama: Warlord of the US Empire.
US president Barack Obama has been invited to a sheep shearing event in Mayo during his whistle-stop tour of Ireland next month.
Are we crazy to get our hopes up? I know there are hundreds of reasons why someone would want to come to Kilkenny but realistically is Barack Obama going to have the time to take a trip to the Marble City when his five-day schedule in May includes a trip to Ireland, England, Poland and France?
BARACK OBAMA’S Irish heritage will be the subject of a lecture tomorrow at 8pm in the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway.
BARACK OBAMA was born on August 4 1961 in Honolulu to a mother from Kansas and a father from Kenya. His parents met at the University of Hawaii, where his father was a foreign student on scholarship.
Citylink has announced a new improved timetable for its direct non-stop service between Galway and Dublin. The new timetable incorporating earlier departure times of fifteen minutes means passengers can now travel between Galway and Dublin with even more ease and convenience. To help travellers remember that Citylink is now running fifteen minutes earlier, Citylink is offering 15 per cent off fares on its direct Galway to Dublin service until May 31.