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Coronavirus caution still very much en vogue as Government talks make minute progress

So we’re another week further on, heading towards May 5. However, in the last seven days, the Taoiseach, Simon Harris and various other people, some political, some scientific, have begun to say that there is no certainty at all that we will open up any area of life come next Tuesday, May 5.

Alcock and Brown return to Clifden tomorrow — and this time it's forever

Having celebrated the centenary of the first ever trans-Atlantic flight last year, Clifden will tomorrow (Friday) welcome back the pioneering pilots behind that feat, Alcock and Brown. And this time it’s forever.

The Lighthouse - brilliant, difficult, funny, and unnerving

ROBERT PATTINSON is Ephraim Winslow, a new lighthouse keeper starting his first day of work on the coast of New England in the late 1880s. He is partnered with Thomas, played by Willem Defoe, a veteran wickie, as he calls himself.

The Lighthouse - brilliant, difficult, funny, and unnerving

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ROBERT PATTINSON is Ephraim Winslow, a new lighthouse keeper starting his first day of work on the coast of New England in the late 1880s. He is partnered with Thomas, played by Willem Defoe, a veteran wickie, as he calls himself.

People of the Tribes: Meet Saoirse.

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My name is Saoirse, I’m 16 and I’m in Dominican College, Taylors Hill. I was born in Galway and have lived here all my life. My father is from Galway city and my mother is from Newfoundland, Canada and all of her family still live there so every few summers we go to visit them. I am the eldest child, I have one brother who is 14 and one sister who is 12. I am doing a week of work experience in the Galway Advertiser this week because I was interested in the different areas of work that goes on behind the scenes.

Treat yourself to an Atlantic break at the Cliffs of Moher Hotel

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There is something wonderful about seaside villages — and it all comes down to the soundscape. My fascination with that noise began with a reading of E. Annie Proulx’s wonderful book The Shipping News which brought the reader into that space where the crashing Atlantic against the rocks of Newfoundland became a character in the narrative. And so it is here in Liscannor, this beautiful space looking out on that same ocean, where the sound of the waves plays an equal part of everyday life.

Year-round opening for Connemara National Park announced

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Connemara National Park Visitor Centre is to remain open all year round, for the first time in its near 40 year history, it was announced this week, and the park is also set for major development in the coming years.

Alcock and Brown showed the way...

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Week V

‘Beyond our wildest expectations’

Week III

‘Beyond our wildest expectations’

Week III

 

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