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Thieves rob hotel safe

Two thieves distracted staff at a Co Donegal hotel before stealing takings from a safe.
The pair struck at the Ballyliffin Townhouse on the Inishowen Peninsula around 7pm on Wednesday.
One of the men distracted staff before another got access to a back room where a safe was contained.
The pair then managed to escape with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Lucius for Lyons

    Cliff at Lyons lucius0817has appointed  Lucius Farrell as general manager of the recently expanded luxury country estate located in Co. Kildare. 
  During his early career Lucius gained industry experience  with The Fitzwilliam Hotel and internationally recognised brands such as Four Seasons and Intercontinental Hotels. Prior to joining Cliff Lucius most recently held a senior role at Carton House Hotel.

Tourism grows 4.2% in H1

Official CSO figures for the first half of 2017 confirm growth of +4.2% in overseas visitors to Ireland, 182,000 arrivals more than the record first half of 2016. At today’s mid-yea


r review of overseas tourism, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, and Tourism Ireland CEO, Niall Gibbons, confirmed that this growth has come from North America, Mainland Europe and Australia and Developing Markets. As anticipated, the decline in the value of sterling is reflected in British visitor numbers to Ireland – which are down -6.4% for H1. Minister Ross and Niall Gibbons outlined what has contributed to the tourism growth so far this year and, more importantly, what will help build on the growth and address the areas of decline to year end and into 2018.
 Speaking at the mid-year review of overseas tourism, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, said:
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Food Conference for Dublin

The National Food and Drink Conference and Expo takes place in Citywest, Dublin on the 13th September 2017. 
 The  Conference and Expo is the largest gathering of food professionals in Ireland and will welcome 3,000 delegates, 170 exhibitors and 200 speakers across 22 stages to discuss the emerging challenges and opportunities within the food industry.
 Speakers this year include: 
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Killorglin restaurant on market

The Bianconi Inn, Killorglin, Co. Kerry, has been put on the market by CBRE on behalf of Ray and Rick Sheehy, whose family originally acquired the premises in 1955.
 The 16-bedroom property s a three-storey licensed premises, the facilities of which have been continuously upgraded and expanded over the past 62 years. It currently comprises a ground floor bar, reception, restaurant area, catering kitchen, stores, customer toilets, and 16 guest bedrooms spread out across its first and second floors.


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