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Eat More Fish! Ireland’s best chefs teach us how to cook fish this winter

A nationwide campaign has been launched by Eat More Fish to encourage people to eat local, seasonal and sustainable seafood, while at the same...

Popular American baking magazine showcases Galway’s culinary scene

A popular US baking magazine has dedicated its entire July/August issue to Ireland’s culinary scene. The bumper ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition of Bake from Scratch features...

JP McMahon brings Irish food to a global audience with private online classes

Food lovers across the world are being given a virtual taste of Irish food with private online cooking classes by Michelin Starred chef JP...

‘Change Our Streets’ Open Letter to City Council signed by 200 organisations and individuals

Nearly 200 organisations and individuals have signed an Open Letter which was sent to Galway City Council today offering creative ideas on how we...

Award winning Galway café Tartare headed to Dublin for pop-up experience

The much loved Galway café and wine bar Tartare will be taking its award winning cuisine to Dublin to show them how it's done...

Restaurant in Galway included on new 50 Best Discovery website

Michelin star Aniar Restaurant in Galway has been included on the new 50 Best Discovery website this week. The online platform was launched this month...

Galway restaurant crowned Best in Connacht at Food and Wine Awards

JP McMahon's Michelin starred restaurant Aniar has been crowned the best Restaurant in Connacht at the prestigious Food and Wine Awards 2019. It was also...

Three Galway restaurants awarded Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand status

Two restaurants in Galway have been newly given the Michelin Guide's Bib Gourmand status in the latest round of awards while a third retained...

The tables are set for world class chefs at Food on the Edge 2018

The theme for this year's Food on the Edge symposium of Irish and international chefs was revealed as 'Conversations' at the event's launch on...
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Galway City Council adopts €102 million 2021 budget

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Gary Boylan signs for Galway United

Galway United have signed 24-year-old Gary Boylan after a year playing Gaelic football with Belmullet.The defender came through Sligo Rovers' academy system and spent...