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Bumper festival season to give local economy injection of more than €90 million

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There is plenty of optimism in the air this week as the local economy is in line for an injection of more than €90 million due to the success of the Galway International Arts Festival and the numbers going through the turnstills at the Galway Races so far up on previous years.

Galway hoteliers have positive outlook for summer season

Hotels and guesthouses in Galway are confident of improving business for 2014, according to the latest Irish Hotels Federation’s quarterly barometer findings.

Annie day soon — Nine Arch get ready for Town Hall run

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All the children in Nine Arch Musical society’s tenth production Annie are up to their eyes with final rehearsals in singing, dancing, and acting. With a cast of over fifty, the show will go on stage in the Town Hall Theatre from November 20-23 with a matinee on Sat 23.

Galway hoteliers welcome pro-tourism Budget measures

Galway hoteliers have welcomed the announcement by Minister Noonan to retain the nine per cent tourism VAT rate and look forward to working with the Government to increase employment in the sector.

Galway hotelier believes the future is bright for local tourism

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`Paul Gill, the managing director of the Claregalway Hotel believes that, with the right marketing approach, the Galway tourism industry has a very bright future ahead.

Galway hotel chief says JLC abolition will save and create new jobs

The hotel industry offers huge potential for creating employment if it is allowed a sustainable cost structure, according to the chairman of the Galway branch of the Irish Hotels Federation. Paul Gill has called on local TDs to support the abolition of the Joint Labour Committee system, stating that their additional layer is incompatible with jobs growth when allied to our minimum wage, currently the third highest in Europe.

Jobs initiative receives mixed welcome

The Government’s job initiative may be a step in the right direction but far more clarity is needed on how its implementation will come about, according to the Galway Chamber of Commerce.

Claregalway Hotel goes pink for Mother’s Day

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A Co Galway hotel will donate 10 per cent of the proceeds of all its Mother’s Day lunches on Sunday April 3 to a local breast cancer charity.

Introducing ‘The Definitive Book of Dreams’

Most dream books amount to little more than dream dictionaries. Now dream dictionaries can be useful but they don’t really hit the nail on the head as regards dream interpretation. In the new book from hypnotherapist and psychotherapist Paul Gill, The Definitive Book of Dreams (Book Hub Publishing), he describes the process of dreaming and explains exactly what your mind is doing whilst dreaming.

Praise sails in after Galway Volvo finale selection

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Major boost, a triumph, and a fantastic day, this is just some of the praise expressed after An Taoiseach and the CEO of Volvo Ocean Race signed on the dotted line yesterday officially confirming Galway as being the host port for the grand finale in 2012.

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