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Official statistics just released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that total new car registrations for the month of May are up 4.7 per cent (6,341) when compared with May 2018 (6,055). New car registrations year to date are however still down by 7.6 per cent (at 79,343) on the same period last year (85,868).
During the local elections, I spoke to the partner of a politician, offering congratulations on the success and opining that at least now, everything would get back to normal in the political household; that the grass would be cut once again, the flowerbeds weeded, the hinges fixed on the ratchety door, and the kids getting to know the one parent who had been missing for three months or so.
Every so often a property comes to the market that is so different it has everyone talking about it. This is certainly the case with No 9 Sáilín beside the g Hotel on the Dublin Road, which Colleran auctioneers has just placed on the market for sale.
The Galway Theatre Festival commences next week and among the highlights is Laurence Clark’s comic show, An Irresponsible Father’s Guide to Parenting. It comes here, at the behest of NoRopes Theatre Company, for three performances at NUIG’s O’Donoghue Centre from May 8 to 11.
Tourism Ireland in the US has joined forces with Hearst Media – one of the world’s largest magazine publishers – in a new initiative to promote Mayo and Ireland.
Despite the growing use of psychometric testing, college open days, and online research, it seems that the biggest influence on the career and course choices of teenage students is still parental. The focus on choosing the right pathways for your children is one of the key areas to be explored at next month’s Pathways education and careers event, to be held in Galway’s Galmont Hotel on Tuesday April 9. Organised by the Galway Advertiser group, this event promises something for everyone planning their next steps.
We are edging closer to the gentler, warmer days but unfortunately, with the weather recently, it seems that summer may be a long way off. But what better way to cheer up your life than with a new hairstyle. It is very easy to get caught in a style rut with your hair and end up with the same colour and style for a decade but if you are thinking of change, the time to do it is now.
Former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh has been nominated by Fine Gael to contest the Midlands North-West constituency for the European Elections alongside the party's sitting MEP Mairead McGuinness.
Former Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh has been nominated by Fine Gael to contest the Midlands North-West constituency for the European Elections alongside the parties sitting MEP Mariead McGuinness.
A Westmeath mum has promised to purchase a new tractor for her family farm after spinning the wheel to win €57,000 on the National Lottery Winning Streak game show on RTÉ One.