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Maldives is currently the world’s hottest honeymoon destination

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The Maldives consist of a myriad of little islands, about two hundred of which are inhabited, and these are engulfed into twenty-six natural atolls. They straddle the equator with the appearance of a garland of little gems haphazardly abandoned on the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.

Maritime historian to give talk on reviving Ireland's oldest racing class

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The focus of the event will be the history of the Dublin Bay 21s, a project which has brought seven 120-year-old one-design keelboats back to light and the plan for their future use and custodianship.

New Network president hails growth of organisation under outgoing leader Noreen McKenzie

Tributes to the the role played in the growth of Network Ireland under outgoing President, Galway’s Noreen McKenzie were made at the weekend when Kildare businesswoman Emma Early Murphy took over the position.

Ireland's youngest MEP making waves in Brussels

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I have been on many of these trips over the decades, but maybe it's age, or maybe it's the lack of proximity since the last one, but this visit of work seems the most interesting. Most trips over the years have been dominated by agriculture or fishing, and while both are still firmly on the agenda, the menu of topics for the European project has greatly expanded in the past few years, the past few months and the past few days.

No rise in females in top financial services roles, says Network Ireland

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Women’s business group Network Ireland has expressed disappointment that there has been no improvement to the numbers of females in the top roles in the financial services sector.

Galway clergywoman stands in ‘solidari-tea’ with Zimbabwean communities overcoming drought and hunger

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A Galway clergywoman is celebrating the success of communities in Zimbabwe overcoming drought, hunger and extreme poverty, through projects that help them earn a living, such as the growing and harvesting of hibiscus - a plant that can be used to make herbal tea.

Ireland West Airport welcomes Andrew Gallagher to the airport Board

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'I would never have thought that such trouble would come to my home' - Ukraine native speaks of the impact of war

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A Ukrainian woman who has made her home in Galway spoke this week of her fears for her family following the Russian invasion of her native country.

‘I would never have thought that such trouble would come to my home’ - Ukraine native speaks of the impact of war

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A Ukrainian woman who has made her home in Galway spoke this week of her fears for her family following the Russian invasion of her native country.

Europe-wide peace settlement is only way to solve Ukraine crisis, says GAAW

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Russia must cease its military actions in Ukraine and withdraw its troops from the country, while European countries must come together to negotiate a European peace settlement.

 

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