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An East Galway TD has assured people in the county waiting for income supports that payments are being processed as fast as possible.
Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairytales. Snow-dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people, whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or zoom down ice slides, you will find it on these trips.
If you are in need of some light relief and entertainment after weeks of election talk, then the hilarious musical - 9 to 5 - will provide the perfect antidote.
Independent general election candidate, Gerry Loftus, has reacted angrily to reports of the sale of cash machines and more post office closures.
The Athlone branch of Barnardos Ireland received a welcome charitable donation of €1,000 from local landscape artist, Anna Boles, the proceeds from sales of her Athlone 2020 calendar.
Twenty new broadband connection points are to be made available across County Galway, during the roll out of the National Broadband Plan, and all are expected to be on stream by the end of 2020.
The Western Podiatry Clinic is ideally located at 7 Eglinton Street, two doors down from the General Post Office. Recognised for its red door and white sign, Seamus O’Hagan and Associates has been established in the heart of Galway city since 1994.
Architecture at the Edge festival, which was conceived to help local citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its programme for this month’s event and its central theme stems from a debate held this summer about the re-use of key spaces within the city.
Christmas is approaching, things are getting busy in Lapland with Santa preparing for Christmas, and Fahy Travel is offering the sleepover of a lifetime. Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairy tales, with snow dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people all adding to the magic. If you only have a day to spare Fahy Travel will have a trip to suit you, whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or take a reindeer sleigh, there is something to suit.
Shortly after dawn on Saturday, September 16 1944, Michael Conneely, a bachelor of 55 years, was asleep in his cottage at Ailleabreach, Ballyconneely, when loud banging on his door woke him. He shouted ‘who’s there?’ The storm of the previous two days had abated but he couldn’t make out what the voice said. Grabbing a pitchfork, he slowly opened to door. Outside were two men, wet to the skin, in deep distress. Michael put the pitchfork to the throat of the first man: “Who are you?”