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The Body&Soul Festlval, which was due to take place in Ballinlough Castle next month, has been cancelled due to the months-long ban on mass gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Thursday, Galway will be welcoming the arrival of the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge.
Plans for the construction of the €600 million Galway Citry Ring Road will cause ‘eco-cide’ to more than 6,000 species of animasl, birds and insects, various groups opposed to the development told an oral hearing into the project in the city this week.
With Princess Cruises the world is at your fingertips. Now is the time to discover the world — its deepest oceans, the highest peaks, delicious cuisine, and extraordinary cultures. Soar on a propeller plane over Namibia’s rust red dunes, or sail past Antarctica’s dazzling white glaciers. On land you could meet Panama’s jungle tribes or cook the perfect paella in Spain with a chef by your side. Wake up to new adventures while cruising in ultimate comfort and style. Open doors to experiences you have only dreamed of, and treat you to award-winning cuisine on your return. Because your time is precious, let Princess Cruise Lines and Fahy Travel help you create those magical memories.
As 2019 draws to a conclusion, Kiltoom Drama Group are preparing to stamp their mark on the year as they finalise rehearsals for their exciting forthcoming production.
Holloween is over and thoughts are once again turning to the most wonderful time of the Year. No, not Christmas, we're talking about Panto Season!
A Galway-based author will this weekend see her first children’s book launched in the city. The tale of a bullied pigeon which is ridiculed for having loud flapping wings has just been published and is available in paperback and on Amazon and all major online booksellers.
One lucky family can win tickets to meet Santa and his merry band of elves who are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls.
Princess Cruise Lines launched its stunning new Sky Princess last week, and Caroline OToole, manager of Cruise Worldwide at Fahy Travel, was on board for four days to experience this new ship.
Santa and his merry band of elves are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls. This year’s Christmas experience returns even bigger and better across four floors with lots of new characters to guide you on your way before meeting the main man himself.