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Snapshots of Galway in another time

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GALWAY CITY: Snapshots Through Time is a new book telling the history of the city through postcards of the area produced between 1890 and 1930.

Efficient Honda Civic Tourer wins MPG Marathon

Honda’s fuel-sipping 1.6 i-DTEC engine from the next-generation Earth Dreams Technology series has once again underlined its impressive fuel efficiency with the new Civic Tourer powering Honda to victory in this year’s MPG Marathon.

Efficient Honda Civic Tourer wins MPG Marathon

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Honda’s fuel-sipping 1.6 i-DTEC engine from the next-generation Earth Dreams Technology series has once again underlined its impressive fuel efficiency with the new Civic Tourer powering Honda to victory in this year’s MPG Marathon.

Very efficient Honda Civic Tourer wins MPG Marathon

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Honda’s fuel-sipping 1.6 i-DTEC engine from the next-generation Earth Dreams Technology series has once again underlined its impressive real-world fuel efficiency, with the new Civic Tourer 1.6 i-DTEC powering Honda to victory in this year’s ‘MPG Marathon’.

New €15 coin launched in honour of inventor John Philip Holland

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A new €15 limited edition silver proof collector coin honouring John Philip Holland, the Irish born inventor of the modern submarine, was launched on Monday in Oranmore by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Yvonne King - exhibitions in Galway and Clifden

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THE ARTIST Yvonne King is holding two exhibitions this month, one as part of the Clifden Arts Festival, the other in the Galway City Library.

The Lough Athalia railway bridge

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The coming of the railway line from Dublin to Galway was one of the most significant events in the history of our city in the 19th century. It opened up the city and its environs in a commercial and in a tourist sense, making Galway accessible to the rest of the world. It was a major engineering achievement, regarded as the first indication of Galway’s future greatness both as a mercantile and manufacturing city.

Mayo to feature on Building Ireland TV show

In the final episode of RTE’s series Building Ireland to be screened on Tuesday August 12 at 7pm, the team are in Mayo. Geographer Susan Hegarty is fascinated with how people have used natural resources down through the ages. In Mayo there is a direct link between the natural landscape and a local industry.

Westport House Greenway to link Quay to Great Western Greenway

The Quay in Westport could soon see itself linked up with the Great Western Greenway if the plans for a greenway through the grounds of Westport House to the Golf Course Road come to fruition.

Pedestrian crossing for Foxford

A new pedestrian crossing is to be in place in Foxford by September.

 

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