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Friday – Galway Jive Weekend at the Ardilaun Hotel

Galway Jive Weekend at the Ardilaun Hotel Friday, February 23 @ 5pm - Sunday, February 25 The Ardilaun Hotel, Taylor's Hill, Galway €50 for a dance ticket,...

Picture special: TJ Hyland and Co. Galway Chamber event a great success

The recent Galway Chamber Business After Hours event, hosted by TJ Hyland & Co. and The Ardilaun Hotel was a great success.

Unmissable Galway Chamber business event to take place in February

The eagerly awaited Galway Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event will take place on Thursday 27 February in The Ardilaun Hotel,...

Traffic lights out, flooding, and fallen trees after overnight storm damage

Heavy winds from Storm Elsa caused severe damage to Galway City overnight, with flooding, fallen trees, and traffic lights out. A Status Orange weather warning...

Support the Capital of Culture through the Galway 2020 Business Club

Galway 2020 is offering local businesses the opportunity to support the upcoming Capital of Culture year and build their own brand profile with its...

Galway Simon Community marks 40 years fighting homelessness

The Galway Simon Community is inviting the people of Galway to join them in marking 40 years of the fight against homelessness later this...

Two Galway businesses win big at Georgina Campbell Food & Hospitality awards

Two Galway businesses were honoured with top prizes at the 2020 Georgina Campbell Irish Food & Hospitality Awards, and several more came highly commended. The...

Galway’s Handsome Burger officially the best burgers in Ireland

Galway’s homegrown gourmet specialists Handsome Burger officially have the best burgers in Ireland. Today is National Burger Day, and in the run up to holiday...

The hunt is on for the best burger in Ireland

The hunt is on to find the best burger in all of Ireland this year, and it's up to the public to decide. For National...

Galway’s finest chefs put on a spectacular spread for the 2019 Hospitality Ball

Local producers and some of the best chefs in Galway put their heads together to showcase what local talent can do with local ingredients...

CEO of the Galway International Arts Festival to be honoured by the Galway Hospitality Industry

John Crumlish CEO of the Galway International Arts Festival is to be honoured by the Galway Hospitality Industry. At a glittering Black Tie Ball on...

Business and Professional Women’s Club Galway appoints new President

Joanne Murphy has been officially appointed President of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Galway. She was appointed president at BPW Galway's AGM in the...

Galway schools to compete in women’s public speaking competition

Schools from across Galway will compete in The Business and Professional  Women's Club ( BPW) Galway's Annual Schools Public Speaking Competition this week. It will take...

Hundreds of students to try their hand at running a business in Galway

Hundreds of students will gather in Galway next week to for an event to help them set up their own student enterprise. Galway's Local Enterprise...

CONNACHT RUGBY: Coaching Experts Coming to Galway Bay 

Galway Bay RFC, in conjunction with Galway Sports Partnership have assembled an outstanding cohort of Coaching Expertise for their upcoming seminar at the Ardilaun Hotel this Sunday...

WATCH: Airlie Beach wins her last start at Galway Races

The Willie Mullins-trained mare Airlie Beach won the Listed Ardilaun Hotel Oyster Stakes in her last start before retirement. Airlie Beach was tipped to do...

BIG Leaders Summit returns to Galway

Galway Executive Skillnet have announced a very exciting line-up of artists and entrepreneurs as speakers at the 2019 BIG Leaders Summit on next month. Now...
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Supermac’s wins trademark fight with London bar

Supermac's has won a trademark battle with a London bar and restaurant with a similar name, Supermax, stopping them from registering their name. The Irish Independent report...

Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...

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