The 10 Most Exclusive Hotels in the World

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A stunning view of the famous Burj Al Arab in Dubai It’s an understandable reality that many of us want to enjoy a little slice of comfort and luxury when we travel, but there are certainly some hotels that deliver this better than others, and which exude effortless elegance and sophistication at every turn. The… Read more »

R.I.P. Michael Molloy, Lydican, Oranmore.

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The death has occurred of MICHAEL MOLLOY Lydican Oranmore, Nenagh, Tipperary / Roscrea, Tipperary / Claregalway, Galway Late of Salthill, Tynagh, Co. Galway and Roscrea. Resided in the great care of the managment and staff of Nenagh Manor Nursing home. Predeceased by his beloved wife Lucy and cherished family, son Michael and daughter Margaret, grandson… Read more »

Autumn Garden Fair at Claregalway Castle this weekend

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GALWAY ADVERTISER   THIS Sunday the annual Autumn Garden Fair takes place again in Claregalway Castle, where some of of Ireland’s best nurseries and rare plant specialists will display a great selection of shrubs, trees and more.  Acclaimed plantswoman and creator of one of Ireland’s great gardens, June Blake will be the keynote speaker at… Read more »

Corrandrum District & Residents Association

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Development consists of a) extraction of rock from 4.35 hectares which was previously subject to rock extraction and all associated facilities/works b) Extraction of rock will be undertaken by blasting means down to 5m above Ordnance Datum with material transported to the existing fixed crushing and screening plant for processing with occasional processing at the… Read more »

Retiring Principal Leaves a Huge Legacy

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WHEN a school gets a new principal there is always much speculation as to what sort of a contribution they will make in a community. Such was the case back in 2006 when Michael Lydon arrived to replace Mattie Murphy as principal of Lackagh National School, but few realised that the contribution of the new… Read more »

September Gardening with Anne McKeon

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More 3 of 209 September Gardening article Even though the colours of masonry materials are generally  permanent wood colours are not. Cedar for example may be highly coloured when new but will weather to softer, quite different hues after a year or so, changing your colour scheme  as it weathers. Keep in mind that paints and stains are available… Read more »

Claregalway Football notes…

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    Claregalway/Carnmore G.A.A. Weekly Lotto Jackpot €4,300. Draw Results for 20th Aug 3   17   24   25. No Jackpot Winner Match three Winners Catherine Collins Carnmore, Mary D Concannon Monteach Weekly Sellers Prize: Shaun Killilea  €2.00 per panel   or   3 panels for €5.00 Win or share €200 for match three. Last draw was in Egan’s… Read more »

Do Words Really Matter?

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Do Words Really Matter? August 24, 2018 I received this beautiful email from a lady yesterday and it made me realise that in sharing my story, it is having an impact on other people’s lives in a positive way.  “I heard you speaking on Dublin City FM with Danielle a couple of weeks ago and… Read more »

Healing from Stage 4 Cancer by maireadmcwellness

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Healing from Stage 4 Cancer MAIREADMCWELLNESS Limbo Limbo. Here again. It’s different this time, calmer. The water isn’t as choppy. Last time I was here, I was on a row boat, far out at sea without oars. It was cloudy, dark and cold. I couldn’t see land and the boat rocked so hard I had to… Read more »