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Diocese says farewell to the Kilkenny bishop who took the west to his heart

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The diocese yesterday bade farewell to retired Bishop of Galway Martin Drennan at a peaceful and hwarming Requiem Mass in Galway Cathedral.

Enjoy real Italian food on the Prom at Magnetti's

If you are looking for an exciting place to eat this Christmas, you have to go to Magnetti’s Salthill. With its stunning location on the Promenade you can look out over Galway Bay while enjoying lunch, dinner, or just a glass of wine with something light to eat.

Fun and Frolics with Big Sleep at Monroe’s Live

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Fresh from playing at Electric Picnic and releasing their debut EP, Big Sleep are on their way to Monroe’s Live as part of their Ireland and UK tour on Saturday, November 19. Already, their indie-alternative vibes are making waves on the Irish music scene, thanks to the meeting of music minds between Dubliner Rónán Connolly and Italian-born Matteo Poli.

Delphi Lodge joins Tourism Ireland at Ecoluxury Fair in Rome

Delphi Lodge recently joined Tourism Ireland in attending the Ecoluxury Fair in Rome. The business-to-business fair for the international travel trade focuses on high-end sustainable tourism and is attended annually by more than 250 travel agents, event organisers, and specialists in sustainable ecotourism.

Magnetti's Salthill marks one year in business

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This weekend, Magnetti's Salthill is celebrating its first year in business. Over the past year brothers Sean and Marco Magnetti have brought a real touch of Rome to Salthill. The restaurant has seen remarkable success and is well-liked by both locals and visitors thanks to its authentic Roman “pizza al taglio” and breathtaking location on the Salthill Promenade overlooking Galway Bay.

Galway auctioneers

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An auctioneer is described as an agent who accepts bids and sells goods at auction. The profession goes back thousands of years. In ancient Babylon, for instance, they used to hold auctions of women for marriage, indeed it was considered illegal to allow a daughter to be sold outside the auction process. In ancient Rome, they regularly held slave auctions. The idea of auctions as we know them today began in England in the late 17th century. They were referred to as English auctions where bids came in an ascending order.

FRS Recruitment seeking all ‘home truths’ about County Westmeath

FRS Recruitment is calling on people in Westmeath to share their ‘Home Truths’ about the county for a new campaign aimed at the Irish abroad who might be considering moving back home.

Keegan returns to Eamonn Deacy Park

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"I am, very much so," Cobh Ramblers manager Shane Keegan responds when asked about whether he is looking forward to returning to Eamonn Deacy Park.

Top tips for a sustainable holiday

The pandemic scuppered international travel for most of us, and now the nation is looking forward to getting away for a change of scenery – if we can manage to navigate the airport queues.

CELTA is your ticket to an exciting career as a teacher of English

With so many TEFL courses to choose from these days, it can be hard to decide what the best option is for you. If you are struggling to decide, ask yourself these questions.


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