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From Galway to New York in 1952

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The Aisling was a rig kedge which was built in McDonagh’s Boatyard in 1946 by John McNally to a design by AA Pemberthy, who was a district engineer with the ESB. It was intended for Mediterranean cruises. Most of the vessel was of timber cut in County Galway and it also included part of the recently demolished stand at Ballybrit. John McNally unfortunately died before the boat was built, and a man called Tony Jacob from Rosslare bought the half finished vessel. He had gone to school with Fionn and Christopher Darby from Killiney, with Anthony Blyth from Athenry, and with David Webb from Nenagh.

Live the Sex and the City lifestyle with the Claregalway Hotel

Are you and your gang just like Carrie and the SATC girls?

Wedding party competition

Here comes the girls - with The Claregalway Hotel!

Abhainn Rí Festival kicks off in Callan

It is festivals all round this month in Kilkenny, but Callan has the festival for everyone starting this weekend.

Kitt welcomes reopening of Moroccan market to Irish beef

Dep Michael Kitt has welcomed this week’s announcement that the Moroccan market has been reopened to Irish beef and cattle, saying the move is “good news” for cattle farmers after a 15-year hiatus in trade with the north African country.

Callan heats up for week-long Abhainn Ri Festival

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The Abhainn Rí Festival, Callan, was launched last Monday night in the Droichead Family Resource Centre. Billy Gardiner, chairperson of the Callan Community Network, which is the sponsoring group for the overall festival, outlined to a good crowd of public representatives, officials and local citizens all that is going to be on offer during the festival, which will be held from July 30 to August 8.

Blue Flags reveal a community’s eco ethos

With schools set to close as we head into the summer season proper, thousands of people will be heading to our beaches for a day of sun, sea, and relaxation.

Blue Flags reveal a community’s eco ethos

With schools set to close as we head into the summer season proper, thousands of people will be heading to our beaches for a day of sun, sea, and relaxation.

Lipton gets fruity with new flavours

Lipton has launched two new additions to the Lipton fruit and herbal tea range. The new Forest Fruits and Pink Citrus flavours will tantalise the taste buds for the ultimate summer refreshment.

Swing back to a golden era of song

COOL DUDES and glamorous dames will be taking to the stage of the Town Hall to perform the great songs of Frank Sinatra, Nat ‘King’ Cole and Bing Crosby, in Strictly Swing.

 

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