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Thriving Galway Taxis announces plans to expand its fleet

Galway Taxis has over the last two years changed its dispatch system to allow online and app bookings from smartphones. This has resulted in a growth in overall business over the last six months. The Galway Taxis app is now in operation for more than two years and accounts for almost 15 per cent of all bookings. With more than 4,500 app downloads on Android and iPhone, the company plans to introduce a Windows app later this year. Galway Taxis will be the first taxi app to provide its services on this platform.

Tone at Home takes the hassle out of fitness

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Not everyone wants to spend these cold, wet, winter nights out walking the ring road or making arduous trips to the gym across town.

25 Kilkenny hotels feature in tourist guide

Some 25 Kilkenny hoteliers joined with Minister for Arts, Sport, and Tourism, Martin Cullen, to launch the 2009 Be Our Guest Guide and kickstart the Irish Hotels Federation’s international marketing drive for 2009.

35 Mayo hotels featured in tourist accommodation guide

Irish hoteliers have joined with Minister for Arts, Sports and Tourism, Martin Cullen TD, to launch the 2009 Be Our Guest Guide and kick start the Irish Hotels Federation’s (IHF) international marketing drive for 2009. Now in its 22nd edition, the guide is renowned as Ireland’s largest tourist accommodation listing, featuring almost 1,000 hotels and guesthouses from every county, including 35 in County Mayo. Over 300,000 guides will be distributed in 22 countries in the coming months, acting as a key marketing tool in promoting Ireland at home and abroad.

Galway Arts Festival box office opens on Monday

The Galway Arts Festival Box Office will open in Merchants Hall, 1-5 Merchants Road, Galway at 10am on Monday.

A feast of amazing musical talent for Galway Arts Festival

The Festival Big Top is set to join a list of iconic festivals that are hosting great musical talent this summer. Following their enchanting performance at this year’s Glastonbury music festival, American group Bon Iver will bring their haunting melodies from their critically acclaimed album For Emma, Forever Ago, to the Festival Big Top on Thursday, July 23 at 8.30pm. Having shared the ‘Other Stage’, one of Glastonbury’s main stages, with music greats including The Prodigy, Franz Ferdinand and Bloc Party, Bon Iver’s Galway gig will offer the unique opportunity to savour the group’s acclaimed live performance in a unique setting following their sets on the stages of Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. Supporting Bon Iver at their Galway performance is Alela Diane, one of America’s most captivating contemporary singer/songwriters who has also just performed on Glastonbury’s The Park Stage. Following her performance at this years Glastonbury and having already caused a huge stir with her new release To Be Still, Alela Diane’s show with Bon Iver is the most highly anticipated musical performance in Galway this summer.

Have a Screamadelic time at the Big Top

Billed as one of the music highlights this year, Galway Arts Festival gets set to host the legendary Primal Scream Live at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 24 at 8pm. The band will co-headline with the superb Spiritualized. Bobby Gillespie formed the band in the mid-80s while drumming for goth-tinged noise rockers the Jesus and Mary Chain. After a brief detour to punk hard rock, the group reinvented itself as a dance band in the early 90s, following through on the pop and acid house fusions of the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. They created the ultimate indie pop and dance fusion album, Screamadelica, in 1991. The album broke down boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the 90s, helping to make dance and techno acceptable to the rock mainstream.

 

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