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Barry is gearing up for greenway cycle for Childline

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Mayo tour guide, Barry Hopkins, is preparing to put wheels in motion tomorrow, Saturday, December 5, on a challenge to help keep Childline listening to children and young people across Ireland this winter and beyond.

Go with the flow in Athlone this autumn

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If you think tourism has looked a bit frantic over the summer, a slow break in Athlone could be just the ticket for your autumn break away. Inspired by the River Shannon, lazily meandering south from Lough Ree, Athlone is embracing slow tourism with enthusiasm. River cruises, walking tours, gentle cycling routes, and relaxing spa treatments all play their part in creating the ultimate laid-back holiday experience in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.

The hijacker, the Third Secret of Fatima, and a right Holy Show

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IN THE history of aeroplane hijackings – a common occurrence during the 1970s and early 1980s – few are as bizarre and as eccentric as the hijacking of Aer Lingus Flight 164.

Donegal has it all at The Abbey Hotel in the heart of town

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With the summer holidays well and truly over and autumn drawing in, now is the perfect time to slip away for that relaxing hotel break you have been promising yourself.

Detailed tailor made packages from Ireland Discovery Tours

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Owned and operated by Annemarie Carolan, Ireland Discovery Tours, based in County Cavan, is a well-established and renowned Failte Ireland national tour guide.

Ballinasloe man fundraises to improve lives in Cambodia

 

Discover Italy in comfort with Fahy Travel Worldchoice

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Encounter the perfect marriage of Italy’s finest architecture and landscapes, where historically rich cities and famous landmarks meet verdant countryside and breathtaking beauty.

Discover Italy in comfort with Fahy Travel Worldchoice

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Encounter the perfect marriage of Italy’s finest architecture and landscapes, where historically rich cities and famous landmarks meet verdant countryside and breathtaking beauty.

Bringing colour to the streets with the Tapas Trail

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The best thing about travel is the opportunity to eat new, exciting things, and sometimes you don’t need to travel very far to see food in a whole new light. The Campo Viejo Tapas Trail has just finished its second run in Galway, it gave just the opportunity to be a tourist in your own home. The passion, generosity, and vibrancy of Spain came to the streets of Galway from August 24 to September 7, taking place twice a week, on Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9pm and Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm.

Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School heritage tour

As part of the Seosamh Mac Gabhann Summer School, which will run from July 3 to 8), a heritage tour will take place on Sunday, July 3. The tour, which is open to the public and free to attend, will commence at the ‘Cois Tine’ Heritage Centre in Kilmovee at 2pm. This year’s tour will focus on events in East Mayo pre and post 1916 with their tour guide - local historian James Reddiough. The author of seven books, James wrote The History of the East Mayo Brigade in 2005. As part of his research, he spoke to people in Kilmovee who recalled activities post 1916 in the Kilmovee area and participants will visit sites impacted during those troubled times.

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