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8 Reasons why Tiny Traders Village should be part of your Saturday routine!

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Dead Centre Brewing the venue for ‘Taste the Island’ workshop

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Dead Centre Brewing in the heart of Athlone town centre provided the atmospheric backdrop for ‘Taste the Island’, a Failte Ireland hosted series of workshops initiative aimed at developing a strong programme of food and drink experiences.

People of the Tribes: Meet Michaela.

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Outside, it’s Dublin. Inside, it’s the Westin

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Is it possible to get any closer to the heart of Dublin than you do in the Westin Hotel? Just 100 metres from O’Connell Bridge, lies this iconic building on Westmoreland Street which just screams elegance and grandeur.

The fun, casual, dining experience with Papa'z Bistro

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It is said that we never work a day in our lives if we love our jobs and when we our passionate about our work, the results produced are quality. Located on Middle Street, Papa'z Bistro is a place where workers combine passion and skill for cooking to produce some of the tastiest dishes one can sample in Galway.

This summer is All About Kombucha

Twenty Nineteen may be the year of Kombucha, the healthy, freshly fermented, sparkling tea sprinting into the Irish mainstream. And it's thanks, in no small part, to Emmet Kerrigan and Keith Loftus of All About Kombucha.

Lunch is ready in Galway’s favourite Gastropub

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One of the most successful refurbishments of the many we have seen in recent years here in Galway is undoubtedly that of John Keoghs, The Lock Keeper on Upper Dominick Street. This pub and restaurant opened in Galway’s West End in spring 2016, developed by Matt Hall, a Galway resident, as a sister venue to MacBride’s Bar in Westport, Co Mayo. The pub and restaurant take its name from a real character called John Keogh who really was the lock keeper of the adjacent Parkaveara canal lock on the Eglinton Canal in the middle to late 19th century.

Escape to Spiddal for a cultural and culinary treat

The winding coastal road west of Galway gives way to sweeping views of the Burren across the bay and brings you to the coastal town of Spiddal, only 20 minutes from Galway city. Here, in the heart of the Gaeltacht, you will find treasures and treats for the senses in the Ceardlann Craft Village and the award winning Builín Blasta café and bakery.

Forestry Farming in Mayo - tax considerations

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Currently around 10.5% of total land area in Ireland is forest but Coillte estimates that Ireland’s forestry industry will double in size over the next 10 years. If you are a farmer and considering moving into forestry, ifac, the farming, food and agribusiness professional services firm, advises that while there are tax advantages there are also pitfalls to bear in mind.

Galway Game Fair and Country Lifestyle Festival at Ballybrit

It’s jam packed with amazing family entertainment alongside Irish country sports and traditions!


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