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Grad of the Year
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IHI Founders Banquet
Hospitality Expo- Biggest Ever


New Galway Supermacs

Ireland’s newest Supermac’s has opened  in Headford, Co Galway.
The new outlet is owned by Ger and Ann Monaghan, who already have a service station in the town.
Twenty new jobs are being created. 
The garage business has operated since 1967 and is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

IHF awards Employees

The Irish Hotels Federation has begun rolling out a Branch Employee of the Year awards scheme to celebrate and recognise exceptional employees who make an outstan


ding contribution to their workplace. Over 60,000 people are employed by hotels and guesthouses across the country in all areas of operations including food and beverage; catering; accommodation services; reception; leisure centre and spa facility management; sales and marketing; human resources; IT; management and finance.
The Dublin Branch Employee of the Year winner was Ciara McNamara, duty manager, Jury’s Inn, Parnell Street. 
 Speaking at the presentation of the Dublin Branch Employee of the Year Award, IHF President Joe Dolan said that hotel and guesthouse employees play a vital role in the continued success of the tourism sector by ensuring guests have a truly memorable stay, which they will share with friends and family.
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New grill for Lyrath

Lyrath Estate is renovating the former dining areas Yindees & the X Bar, as part of an overall €5 million investment at the 170-acre property. 


A new eatery and bar, ‘The Grill’ restaurant, opens in mid-December. 
The philosophy of The Grill will be ‘your meal your way’, and tit  will complement the more formal dining setting of Lyrath Estate’s  , Yew Restaurant.
This is the latest part of a €5 million investment that has been pumped into Lyrath Estate since its return to private ownership last year.

Hotelier dies in crash

 A Galway hotelier died in a crash in Connemara yesterday.
Eoin Burke (53), of Clonbur, passed away in a single vehicle crash around 1.30pm in East Carrick, Corr na Mona.
The father-of-four worked with his family’s award-winning restaurant Burkes of Clonbur – also known as Tí Bhurca – and ran the Peacockes Hotel in Maam Cross.
He was also a talented GAA player and former chairman of Clonbur GAA club; ran a popular livestock mart close to the hotel and was an undertaker in Burke’s Funeral Home where he is reposing.

Oz advertorials promote Ireland

Tourism Ireland arranged for articles about the island of Ireland to appear in a number of key Australian publications, with a combined audience of more than 1.3 million readers. The articles ran in Traveller, the weekend travel supplement for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age (daily newspaper) in Melbourne, on the Traveller website, as well as in the magazine with The Weekend Australian.
 The articles are part of Tourism Ireland’s ‘earlybird’ campaign, to keep the island of Ireland ‘front of mind’ for Australian travellers considering a trip to Europe in 2018 and to capitalise on the important ‘early bird’ booking season, when all the major airlines promote their special fares.
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