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Stuck for summer plans? Have you considered a home swap?

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Brendan Rhatigan

Stuck for summer plans? Have you considered a home swap? as the solution?

As the summer approaches many of us are making final decisions on where we will be spending the holidays this year. Unfortunately, accommodation prices are at record levels and availability is limited throughout the country.

‘From a Low and Quiet Sea’ to soon perform at Roscommon Arts Centre

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Decadent Theatre Company and Galway Arts Centre Present Donal Ryan’s From a Low and Quiet Sea At Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday, May 16, at 8pm.

Why Do Girls Give Up Sport? Panel discussion at the Westside Library on Saturday 25 February 2023 at 11am

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Why do girls give up sport?

Monsignor McAlpine would not take orders from boys he had baptised

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After sporadic fighting in Galway during the summer of 1922, and the occupation of some buildings in the town, including the old RIC barracks in Eglington Street, and the former Connaught Ranger barracks at Renmore, the anti-Treaty forces withdrew into Connermara, and into the east Galway countryside.

Local tourism businesses attend Fáilte Ireland’s first in-person briefing in Galway city post-Covid

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Galway is in a great position to deliver new tourist experiences in the coming years, the city’s first post-Covid tourism briefing event was told this week.

Emma Doran brings new show, MAD, Isn’t It?, to Galway Comedy Festival

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EMMA DORAN describes herself as a “comedian, mother, chancer”, but in reality, as the Irish Independent said, she is “one of the hottest young stars in Irish comedy”.

The attack on Clifden, ‘something of this sort…’

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Under the heading ‘Panic in the town last night’ The Connacht Tribune told the story of the attack on Clifden on March 19 1921: ‘Following the shooting of RIC Constable Reynolds, and the wounding of Constable Sweeney (who was to die from his wounds some hours later), at Clifden last night, panic reigned in the town and nine of the principal houses were burned.

Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse at the Town Hall

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VIRGINA WOOLF’S To The Lighthouse, adapted by Marina Carr, directed by Annabelle Comyn, and starring Derbhle Crotty is to be screened at the Town Hall Theatre.

Headline speakers announced for ‘Meet Mayo North’ networking event

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Tourism providers invited to reconnect at Recovery and Sustainability seminar


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