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Etext - The Aran islands
BY JOHN M. SYNGE
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Aran Island pub flooded with beer on Paddy's Day after burglar left taps running
BreakingNews.ie
BreakingNews.ie
Aran Island pub flooded with beer on Paddy's Day after burglar left taps running. Previous. 23/03/2018 - 10:36:00Back to St Patrick's Day Discover Home. A pub on the Aran islands was flooded with beer on St Patrick's Day after a burglar left 16 of its ...
Part of the famous Inishmore Aran Island cliff falls into the sea
IrishCentral
IrishCentral
The incident occurred on the northern side of the island, close to Bun Gabhla. It is believed to have collapsed as a result of the cumulative impact of the ocean's waves on the base of the cliff over time and the pressure of the overhanging rock ...
Aran Islands pub flooded with beer after burglar leaves taps on
Irish Times
Irish Times
An Aran Islands pub was flooded with beer after a burglar left 16 of its taps running in the early hours of St Patrick's Day. According to the Connacht Tribune, a raider stole about €500 in cash and cigarettes from Joe Watty's pub on Inis Mór, the ...
Five shows to watch on TV this weekend
Irish Times
Irish Times
Three vessels - the American Mór, the Mac Duach and the Mac Dara - retrace the route they took during the 1987 Galway Hooker race from Aran to Kerry. They're joined by a fourth boat, The Tony, for the epic voyage. The Late Late Show Country Special ...
Celtic Voyager Team Conducts Nephrops Survey Off Aran Islands
Afloat
Afloat
#MarineScience - A new survey sampling Nephrops larvae from the area west of the Aran Islands is currently being conducted for the first time aboard the RV Celtic Voyager. “Nephrops are more commonly known as Dublin Bay prawn, Norway lobster or scampi ...
Government to invest €178m in Gaeltacht and Irish language
Irish Times
Irish Times
The “time of cuts is over”, Minister of State for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the Islands Joe McHugh said on Tuesday, as he announced an investment fund of €178 million for the Gaeltacht and the Irish language at an event in the National Gallery ...
Pub on Inis Mor on Aran Islands damaged after thief leaves 17 beer taps running
Irish Mirror
Irish Mirror
Body found in search for Irish fisherman missing in Galway Bay. "He then turned all of of the taps which was very destructive. By the time I got here at 9am, they were all emptied all over the floor." The business, just off the coast of Galway, was ...
More than half a million euro for heritage facilities on Aran Islands
Galway Bay FM
Galway Bay FM
Galway Bay fm newsroom: More than half a million euro is to be invested in a visitor facility on the Aran Islands. Junior Minister and Galway West T.D. Seán Kyne has confirmed funds of 600 thousand euro for the Visitor Centre at Dun Aengus on Inis Mór ...
Lobster Expedition | Scientists onboard RV Celtic Voyager sampling west of the Aran Islands
Coast Monkey
Coast Monkey
A new survey sampling Nephrops larvae from the area west of the Aran Islands will be conducted for the first time aboard the RV Celtic Voyager over the next two weeks. “Nephrops are more commonly known as Dublin Bay Prawn, Norway lobster or scampi ...
The Islands of Ireland: Sing out for Inishmaan
Irish Examiner
Irish Examiner
On this limestone outcrop we must adjust our topographical vocabulary: clints and grykes, nunataks and swallow holes. A huge cavern underneath the island was reputed to be the entrance to an undersea tunnel to the neighbouring Inisheer. The flora is a ...
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