Press Release 22 May 2018 MADRA’s new mascot was unveiled to the public this week on the Salthill prom, in time for their 2018 ‘Paws on the Prom’ Dogathon, which takes place on Sunday, May 27th at 1pm. The event begins at the Claddagh and all money raised will go to the Connemara-based dog rescue and adoption charity. The mascot, who has yet to be named, will lead the way on Sunday, taking over 1,000 paws along the prom to Blackrock. MADRA General Manager, Jonathan Kent, is hoping for a record breaking year, in what is their biggest fundraising initiative of 2018. Last year, the charity rescued 789 neglected and […]
The blessing of the Easter Food is one of the core christian easter traditions of the Eastern Europe cultures in Poland, Slovakia, Russia and many others. White Saturday 2018 food blessing captured in Galway, organized for Polish community in Galway. | #easter2018 #galway360
“What’s the CRAIC?” With Darius Ivan Since start of the Craic in Galway project the Vox Pop became a tool to find out how people in the streets of the Friendliest city experience the craic. This is the comeback of our popular page. This time we are back in the streets with the very same question capturing your answers to Virtual reality of the city on 360 degrees video!
Bat Appeal | Apple’s planned Irish data center may be delayed | Dennis Sellers – AppleWorld.Today Apple’s first data center in Ireland is facing delays after unhappy Irish citizens lodged formal complaints with the Irish government, reports Business Insider. The Cupertino, California-based company planned to start building the €850 million data center on a 500-acre site before the end of last year, but a decision won’t be made until the summer, a local councillor told the publication.
“Prostitution raises questions of drug addiction and human trafficking, but for some girls like Sabina, it’s been a path to a more stabile life, and a path that she not only survived from, but a lifestyle age enjoys!” Galway Escort Pro Sabina meets the CRAIC reporter. Sabina is enjoying life in Galway, even if she hasn’t had the opportunity to explore it with a decent companion. She is independent, professional, from the other corner of Europe and she is able to compare conditions for life. When asked “Are you still able to enjoy sex?” Sabrina answers yes. “Why do you think I am doing it?” She twists her head, smiling, admitting she is […]
One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years, the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3 combine supergroup credentials with a breath-taking command of the emotive power of fiddle, guitar, mandolin and banjo launched this weekend, Thursday 14th January, in Monroe’s Live. Full Facebook album from the night here: Ireland’s best Led Zeppelin tribute band got Monroe’s Live to 90 minutes orgasm, on Friday the 15th of January! Playing all the tunes you know, and most of the ones you don’t, No Stairway recreated the stage presence of Zeppelin at their best. From Page’s blistering guitar work, and Plant’s soaring vocals; to Jones’ multitasking, and Bonham’s thunderous drums; […]