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Uisneach Festival gets the go ahead

Organisers have confirmed that Uisneach Fire Festival will go ahead this Saturday May 9 from 2pm-11.30pm.

Hill of Uisneach bids to become Royal Heritage Site

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The Hill of Uisneach in Loughnavalley is already deemed to be the mythological and sacred centre of Ireland, and now it’s in the running to become a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) world heritage site.

Lake County tourism and heritage app launched

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The Lake County’s top heritage and tourist attractions will be more accessible to visitors through a brand new free app launched in Mullingar this week.

Galway city left licking wounds following superstorm

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A popular Salthill walkway completely disappeared, car parks submerged in water, and businesses left counting the cost of the damage as the sea demonstrated its power during last week’s storm.

Councillors attempt to block proposed halting site

Serious questions were raised at Monday’s city council meeting to have land in Ballindooley listed as a heritage site, which some councillors suspected was a means to block a proposed Traveller halting site for the area.

NUI Galway collaborative survey could reveal “secrets” of Tara

NUI Galway senior lecturer in archaeology Conor Newman is convinced that a major extensive collaborative survey of the Hill of Tara will lead to the discovery of both “secrets and treasures” and explain why Tara was so important to our ancestors.

Protect the beauty on our doorstep

You have to love the sunshine; it just makes everything more enjoyable. It gives us all a chance to head outdoors and take in our surroundings. We’re pretty lucky here in the Midlands - with our many lakes and the beautiful River Shannon, not forgetting stately homes and woodlands, there’s plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors.

Protect the beauty on our doorstep

You have to love the sunshine; it just makes everything more enjoyable. It gives us all a chance to head outdoors and take in our surroundings. We’re pretty lucky here in the Midlands - with our many lakes and the beautiful River Shannon, not forgetting stately homes and woodlands, there’s plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors.

Cyprus — the island of all seasons

Cyprus has been described as ‘the island of all seasons’ and rightly so. It is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys 340 days of sunshine per year. Winters are mild and short with temperatures varying from cool along the coast to cold in the Troodos Mountains where there is seasonal skiing.

Bright and spacious home in Ballinahown

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This spectacularly bright, spacious four bed residence is located on a large elevated 1.7 acre site with mature hedgerows enclosing the entire property.

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