Children & Parenting

Choose the Harbour Hotel for your Communion or Confirmation celebrations

Thu, Apr 04, 2024

Treat yourselves to a family day out at the Harbour Hotel for your child’s special day by celebrating with lunch or dinner at Dillisk on the docks, offering personal service and attention to detail by professional staff.

Health, Beauty & Fashion

Top Irish skin expert Eavanna Breen outlines the most common causes of rosacea

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

Top Irish skincare expert Eavanna Breen has put together her ultimate guide below on rosacea: What is it? Why is it such an Irish problem? How do we successfully tackle it?

Home & Garden

Lawnmowers and garden machinery available at Ivors

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

When it comes to lawnmowers in Galway one name always stands out, Ivors.

Travel & Outdoors

Top tips to stay safe while solo travelling

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

Solo travellers have been urged to share their location and learn emergency phone numbers before embarking on a holiday alone.

There'll be no hunger after this fish'n'chips

Food & Wine

Imperial’s new menu is food fit for an emperor

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

There has been an hotel on the site now occupied by the Imperial Hotel since the era of the Napoleonic empire. It was Bonaparte himself who quipped “an army marches on its stomach,” and if he had had the services of the Imperial’s head chef Ben Duncan, then Old Boney’s legions might still be trotting along nicely today.

Education & Training

What’s new at Merlin College

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

Congratulations to first year student Oisin Flynn and his younger brother Tom Og for winning a bursary to exhibit their computer coding project Autistically Awesome at this year's Coolest Projects at DCU.

Old Galway

Our fortified city

Thu, Apr 18, 2024

The town of Galway was virtually an independent city state, self-contained politically and ecclesiastically, relying on its own resources as it was cut off from the central English authority until the 16th century. Then, the Tudors began to extend their influence westwards so that the city gradually came totally under their dominion. The real symbol of that growing influence was the fortifications, four in number, raised to defend this all-important location against all enemies, notably France and Spain.


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