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Here on board the Kilcullen Voyager I am attempting to be the first Irishman, and indeed Galwayman to circumnavigate our planet solo non-stop. Now I am the middle of the Atlantic between South America and South Africia, this is our second week at sea and we hope to be at the Equator by the weekend.
The Rolling Sun Book Festival, set in Westport, County Mayo, is a quirky boutique festival that indulges bookworms and connoisseurs of music, song, and poetry. Set in the shadow of the ancient spiritual mountain, Croagh Patrick, it evokes the many layers of Irish culture in the best bardic and poetic traditions. The festival kicked off last night, Thursday November 3, with poet Ger Reidy launching Lady Cassie Peregrina a poetry collection by Terry McDonagh in the Custom House Studio and will continue with a jam packed number of days until it finishes on Sunday November 6.
LUCK JUST Kissed You Hello, Amy Conroy's powerful exploration of gender and sexual identity, and a hit at the 2015 Galway International Arts Festival, returns to Galway as part of a new national tour.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has a selection of detached properties in Galway city and county that would make great family homes for growing broods. Anne Harding of O’Donnellan & Joyce is sales agent for family homes with addresses including Renmore, Knocknacarra, Craughwell, and Clarinbridge. Among the latest on the market are a selection of properties close to excellent primary and secondary schools; perhaps most notable on this list of properties is Dunmore House on Taylor's Hill.
The g Hotel is bringing the Midas touch to Galway with its new signature gold afternoon tea.
AN INTERNATIONALLY successful singer and a novelist begin a stormy, passionate affair, but only when their daughter is born, do the couple realise just how different they are.
Cllr Peter Roche says he is “disgusted” and “betrayed” and will be putting his support on hold for suicide prevention charity Console after the charity’s payment scandal was revealed in a Prime Time special last Thursday.
More than 55,000 properties in Galway have no access to high-speed broadband, and some may not have until 2022, according to Communications Minister Denis Naughten.
Despite the crucial role many women played in the 1916 Rising, very few were given the credit they deserved. In fact some women were refused a pension for many years because they were not men.