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Well, after this week, life will go back to normal. For the last three weeks, I have to say my life has been circumscribed by the forthcoming general election, both involvement locally in Westmeath and Roscommon, and of course the wider general involvement through television debates, newspaper reports, radio and all of the other media outlets which are recording faithfully the ups and downs of every individual campaign.
ASYLUM SEEKERS and Irish people will join forces for a dance show, coming to Galway, which has been inspired by the lives of refugees and people in direct provision.
Showcase Ireland 2020 was held at the RDS, Dublin last week. This four-day trade show is the leading Gift Show in Ireland with more than 450 craft and designer exhibitors attracting over 5,000 domestic and overseas buyers. Two Galway designers Berina Kelly and Lynsey De Burca were presented with awards for their exceptional products.
The WifOR Institute, an independent economics research institute and think-tank, has been awarded the ‘Guaranteed Irish’ symbol. WifOR, headquartered in Germany and operating in Galway since 2018, provides businesses, government bodies and other organisations with valid, comparable data and insightful research on a range of topics including digitalisation, education, health, innovation and R&D, labour markets, value, and sustainability.
It is official - the people of Galway are the happiest and most craic in Ireland.
A comprehensive new study at Clonmacnoise aimed at revolutionising the manner in which visitors are managed at the famous sixth century monastic site in the Midlands, has been announced by Minister of State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran.
The Spanish Arch area of the city is set to be transformed following the announcement by Failte Ireland that it is making its single biggest investment in an attraction — the new Atlantic Museum Galway.
Renowned chef Jess Murphy has teamed up with Fáilte Ireland to call on chefs across the country to participate in a Taste of Place training programme.
A protest march due to be held this weekend in Oughterard will not commence from the church grounds, after the parish priest said it was ‘unacceptable.’
Oughterard is perhaps the first village in Ireland that did not wake up to discover that a Direct Provision centre had been opened in their locality, one local resident said last night, after a week of protests in the area.