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Two Spiddal athletes will be hoping to take Germany by storm this weekend while in Kalkar to take part in the Duathlon European Championships. This afternoon (Saturday), Marie Boyle and Diarmuid Ó Conchubair will be pushing themselves to the limit in ...
<b>Spiddal&#39;s</b> ultra-athletes aim for Euro success
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and just 20 minutes from Galway city in Spiddal village centre is An Crúiscín Lán Hotel and Restaurant. It is owner operated by the Foye family who have provided the people of Galway and tourists alike with the finest ...
Spiddal-based writer Liz Quirke has been shortlisted for the 45th Hennessy Literary Awards in the Emerging Poetry category. Quirke, the only Galway writer on the list, has been nominated for her poems 'Nurture' and 'Juno'. The 45th Hennessy Literary ...
Galway poet up for Literary Award
But it has taken nearly two decades for the Spiddal woman to make those songs a reality. Riona has made Valencia, Spain her home for seven years, moving over to the traditional home of paella to teach English after finishing her arts degree in Irish ...
<b>Spiddal</b> singer-songwriter tuning up for success
This very attractive owner occupied home is just a short stroll from Spiddal village and its beautiful coastline. Perfectly presented by its owners, it has scintillating light throughout, and offers potential for expansion. Accommodation comprises ...
Spacious <b>Spiddal</b> village home
I knew it would be a slightly difficult read for some people,” says Spiddal journalist Clár Ní Chonghaile about her debut novel Fractured. Set in Somalia, Fractured is the story of journalist Peter Maguire, kidnapped by bandits and handed over to Islam ...
War reporter Clár turns over new leaf with first novel
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