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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.
At a ceremony at the recent Mayo Day event in Turlough House, Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Blackie Gavin and Chief Executive Peter Hynes, signed a framework agreement with the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan, to formalise Mayo County Council’s long-term commitment to support pollinators in the county.
Ireland West Airport has warmly welcomed the first scheduled service from Cologne in Germany via Ryanair which took place last week.
The referendum to Repeal the Eighth Amendment, which was a ban on abortion in almost all circumstances, took place on May 25 2018. One year on, Galway Pro-Choice spoke to the Galway Advertiser on what has changed, and why it believes there is still a need for pro-choice campaigning in Ireland.
Dead Centre Brewing in Custume Place, Athlone, will be the venue for a forthcoming food and drink experience workshop to which local businesses are invited.
A Galway city community food initiative is one of 14 projects awarded funding from safefood for the 2019-2021 Community Food Initiatives (CFIs) programme. Galway City Partnership aims to promote healthy eating and overall wellbeing for families across the city.
Galway landowners are being asked to look at the potential of their scenic lands being used to generate revenue in a new accommodation venture, which will contribute to generating €31m in tourism revenue to the UK and Ireland by 2023.
Garbo's Live is gearing up for a top class line-up of gigs in the coming months, with two new tribute acts announced to take to the stage in the Castlebar venue.
Galway businesses North and West Coast Links and Galway Bay Golf resort have joined Fáilte Ireland in Belfast this week to showcase the best of Irish courses to golfers from Northern Ireland in a bid to grow visitor numbers from the North.
Patrick Murphy, the Skin Herbalist continues to allow customers to purchase the business' natural herbal and food supplements at the click of a button. The online shop was set up to cope with huge demand from customers outside County Galway. Mr Murphy says; "We had a large demand from people who live outside County Galway. Many of them were phoning the office looking for the natural products and herbs that the business supplies, and sending in cheques and postal orders to pay which was awkward for ourselves and the customer.