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Hospitality spend up again

The AIB Spend Trend features one of the most comprehensive and accurate data sets on consumer spending in Ireland. Data was compiled from AIB debit and credit card spending from just under 55 million transactions between August 1 and 31. To account for the difference in the number of days in each month the AIB Spend Trend looks at average daily spend instead of total monthly spend, providing an accurate reflection of consumer spending habits.

Rogers transformed into the ultimate Galwegian

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In January 1987 Derek Rogers moved from the capital to play for Galway United. Rogers has lived in the west of Ireland ever since, becoming more of a Galwegian than the locals themselves.

Mellows became destitute in New York

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After the collapse of the Galway Rising, Easter 1916, its leader Liam Mellows managed to get to New York where he was embraced by the the influential American Fenian network, Clan na Gael, who regarded him as ‘the most capable man who had so far arrived in America’.

Diver wins the Gold Coast Half Marathon

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Joy as Salthill Devon win national cup

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Salthill Devon U16s put years of hurt behind them when they won this season's Skechers FAI Cup at the weekend.

Callanan Group first hospitality company to achieve IBEC Keep Well mark

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The Callanan Group, consisting of The Prince of Wales Hotel and Karma Nightclub in Athlone and the well-known Skeffington Arms and DNA Nightclub in Galway have become the very first hospitality company in Ireland to achieve the IBEC workplace wellness accreditation, the KeepWell Mark.

Liam Mellows - Down and Out in New York

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Week II

Connacht-Ulster Alliance can drive regional development — Ibec

Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has welcomed the enactment of the Technological Universities (TU) Bill. The Bill paves the way for the development of the Connacht-Ulster Alliance which could create a new type of higher education institution to meet enterprise needs and drive regional development.

Connacht-Ulster Alliance can drive regional development — Ibec

Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has welcomed the enactment of the Technological Universities (TU) Bill. The Bill paves the way for the development of the Connacht-Ulster Alliance which could create a new type of higher education institution to meet enterprise needs and drive regional development.

A man who makes things happen

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In one sense, John Concannon was ahead of his time. If he was starting off now and doing the same thing, he’d be known as a brand influencer using techniques deployed by the best bloggers. Think of the tens of thousands of guests who appeared on the Late Late Show since its inception in 1961, and in the top twenty clips, up there with the Boyzone segment, the Bishop and the Nightie, is John and his multi-bucket for feeding three calves at a time.

 

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