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This truly impressive property of scale and quality is set on approximately two acres of private, landscaped, grounds located just a few minutes from Clarinbridge, a highly popular village in a scenic part of County Galway, and just 15km southeast of Galway city.
The Galway Chamber Business Awards 2020 is open for entries, and will be seeking to recognise the achievements of local businesses in what has been a challenging, indeed hostile, 12 months.
Galway politicians were among a group of 15 Independent TDs seeking Government help for Ireland's airports, in particular Shannon, Knock, Kerry, Donegal and Cork airports.
Measures taken by Shannon Group to protect the safety of its passengers and employees at Shannon Airport during the COVID-19 pandemic have been recognised internationally, with the airport receiving a global endorsement from the Airports Council International (ACI) World and ACI EUROPE.
Independent Galway TDs Noel Grealish and Michael Fitzmaurice are calling for "urgent State supports" for Shannon Airport after the Shannon Group updated them on how Shannon Airport have been “decimated” by the Covid pandemic.
It is rare that an opportunity presents itself to purchase a rare gem in the heart of Kinvara on Ireland’s renowned Wild Atlantic Way. This wonderful thatched cottage is full of character and charm, ideally located equidistant to the quaint seaport village of Kinvara and the 16th century Dunguaire Castle – Ireland's most photographed castle.
On Wednesday morning Revenue Officers working in Shannon airport seized two packages containing Kratom, valued at €51,000, which arrived into the airport.
Just 1km from the famed waterfront village of Kinvara lies this stunning five bedroom family home, set on a 0.75 acre site. The property is located on the very popular Moy Road and was constructed in 2006.
An international conference on today’s business leadership challenges, planned for 7th October at The Galmont Hotel, Galway was launched this week.
CEO of Shannon Group, Mary Considine, has said that the launch of a new Shannon based aircraft and the early return of Aer Lingus’ New York JFK service is a further show of commitment by the airline to Shannon Airport and the region.