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Top travel trends from JWT Travel

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Are you looking for last minute travel inspiration or exciting ideas for 2025? Travel expert Caroline O’Toole, head of cruises and luxury holidays at JWT Travel, shares her top trends.

St. Mary’s College — the early days

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It was about this time of year, May 26, 1910 that the foundation stone of St. Mary’s College was laid. It was not, however the first St Mary’s College. Father John Paul O’Toole, born in Galway in 1804, was one of the last priests ordained during the wardenship. He was based in Paris and Rome but was always conscious of his own difficulty in obtaining a food secondary education in Galway, so he decided to return to Galway in 1843 and open a school here. His main difficulty was finding a premises but happily, he managed to secure “West House”, a detached residence with extensive grounds situated on Helen Street. He bought it from John Lushington Reilly, a great benefactor of the town and neighbourhood, especially during the famine of 1822.

Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union formally launches Student Bursary programme 2024

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Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union haVE announced the launch of their Student Bursary programme 2024, aimed at alleviating some of the financial burden of education for deserving students.

Athlone Credit Union formally announce appointment of Deputy Chief Executive Officer

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The Board and Management of Athlone Credit Union have announced the appointment of Marise O’Toole as its Deputy Chief Executive Officer.

National organisation for bed & breakfast owners seeks additional properties across Ireland

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B&B Ireland has announced that it is looking for more properties, particularly in popular tourist destinations across the island of Ireland, as a result of ongoing demand from its international tour operator partners. The organisation is responsible for bringing half a million tourists a year into the B&B sector through its global promotion of the Irish B&B experience.

Backstage at The Snug Bar returns with ‘Hindsight Foresight for Gobshites’

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Following a two year break, Backstage at The Snug Bar returns with the popular production of 'Hindsight Foresight for Gobshites'.

‘A photograph will tell you a thousand things’

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Tommy Holohan is a living history of Galway city, and more particularly, a living history of one of its most unique areas - The Claddagh - and his passion for both has led him to discover and collect an extraordinary array of photographs, postcards, and documents charting the evolution of the city.

The little miracle that saved Galway Arts Festival 1985

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It seems laughable today but in 1958 Archbishop John Mc Quaid of Dublin, obsessively monitored Irish life to the extent, that he did not have to ban a film, book or play outright, it was sufficient for his secretary to make it known that the archbishop had wondered if that (name of film, book or movie) was the sort of thing a good Catholic should witness.

Reopening of all retail units affords much optimism in Golden Island Shopping Centre

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In a welcome boost to the local economic environment, all retail units within Golden Island Shopping Centre opened to the public on Monday morning last.

New public art commission launched by county council

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Mayo County Council’s Arts Service is delighted to announce the public art commission: Navigating a Future. This commission is an opportunity for artists to create new artwork in response to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and our lives going forward.

 

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