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Lana brings Asian street food to Galway

Asian street food sensation Lana brings the tastes, colours, and smells of Asian street food, together with the fresh salty air and sea in Salthill.

Buskers, beggars, and degenerates of every persuasion

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IT HAS been said elsewhere, but bears repeating, that Galway city is probably the most important character in Máire T Robinson’s debut novel Skin Paper Stone, published by New Island.

Here come The Ladyboys!

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GALWAY AUDIENCES are in for a treat next week when The Lady Boys of Bangkok come to the Town Hall Theatre with their new show, Red Hot Kisses.

Irish estate agents see Myanmar as new opportunity

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Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, holds an array of as yet untapped opportunities for many Irish professionals. Among the early movers recognising this the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV), which has just signed a memorandum of understanding with the EU Myanmar Centre (EUMC), a not-for-profit non-governmental organisation tasked with facilitating trade, commerce and investment between Myanmar and the 28 EU member states.

Worldwide sales of Suzuki Swift reach four million

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Suzuki 's Swift, which was launched in 2004, has reached cumulative worldwide sales of four million units in August 2014 - nine years and nine months since the start of sales.

Worldwide sales of Suzuki Swift reach four million

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Suzuki 's Swift, which was launched in 2004, has reached cumulative worldwide sales of four million units in August 2014 - nine years and nine months since the start of sales.

Máire Geoghegan-Quinn to receive honorary degree from NUI Galway

EU Commissioner, Carna native Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, is to be honoured by NUI Galway.

Young Galway woman wins life-changing trip to Thailand

Claregalway 21-years-old Rachel Maher leaves Galway this week for the trip of a life-time to Thailand.

Brother of convicted fraudster admits illegally claiming welfare

The brother of a man who defrauded the State of almost a €250,000 has admitted claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance while working.

Some like it hot

If you are touring round the Spanish Arch, the sign will catch your eye. Lime green, gold with a graceful font announces the name of the restaurant, Thai Garden. As one of Galway's long-established restaurants, it is attractively located in a modern building overlooking the iconic scenery of the Claddagh. A smart, heated terrace at the rear is very appealing in the summer, and the spacious interior has an adjoining room ideal for private parties with pleasant views out over the fish market and the River Corrib. If you are looking for Thai cuisine in the heart of Galway then this is your go-to place.

 

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