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Galway Oyster Festival launches seafood trail

The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival has launched a seafood trail, taking in 17 of the city’s leading seafood establishments, as part of this year’s festival, which takes place over the weekend.

Ryder Cup latest betting

The 43rd Ryder Cup takes place this weekend, Friday to Sunday (September 24-26) at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin, USA.

Fiche bliain ag fás: Lots of space to try a Salthill Cycleway

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On Monday, Galway City Councillors once again have the opportunity to be world leaders in Active Travel and Climate Action by supporting a much longed for temporary Salthill Cycleway, as permanent plans for an urban greenway for Galway and flood defences are progressed.

‘We want to tell the Irish people, France is your closest neighbour’

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Ireland may geographically be closer to Britain, but politically, with Brexit, and the UK becoming a ‘third country outside the EU, France is now the Republic’s closest neighbour - a relationship the French are keen to develop and deepen.

Kellie now a national sporting treasure as vaccine programme progress much welcome

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A hero’s welcome in New York for first Galway Line ship

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The unfortunate collision of the Indian Empire into the well marked Margaretta Rock in the middle of Galway Bay was a blow to the newly established Galway Line. But by no means was it a knockout. Galway’s vaulting ambition to open a new ‘highway between the old and new worlds’ took on an even more determined energy. The exploitation of steam-power, driving ever bigger ships and faster trains, led to wild speculation as to what could be achieved even from Galway, in the middle of the 19th century.

Connacht draw old and new foes In Europe

Connacht Rugby will face another European clash with English premiership side Leicester Tigers in next season’s Heineken Cup.

Cliffs of Moher develops new early booking system

A fully integrated ticketing, booking and capacity management system is being introduced at the Cliffs of Moher to further enhance the overall visitor experience for the 1.6 million annual visitors to Ireland's most popular natural attraction.

Apple planning application does not answer questions over plans for site’s future, says O’Hara

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Apple’s efforts to extend planning permission for a site where it once planned an €850 million data centre, has raised concerns about the tech giant’s ultimate aims for the site, and prompted fears that any new centre could cause environmental damage and severely impact electricity supply in the west.

Artist Residency announced for Jackie Clarke Museum Decade Of Centenaries

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Mayo County Council’s Arts Service in partnership with the Jackie Clarke Museum, is delighted to announce the recipient of the Decade of Centenaries Artist Residency.


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