The 2019 St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on the Costa del Sol have already seen a number of advances. The announcement that those who attend the weekend of celebrations this year can win a trip to Ireland with thanks to Tourism Ireland brings the events to new heights. The Irish Association of Spain is the organiser … More Win a Trip to Ireland when Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on the Costa del Sol
We extend a big welcome to Patricia Trainor who joins us on the Emerald Connection to regale us with some little known, and in some cases not-known, anecdotes. Information on Patricia’s background can be found in the “contributors” section”. We are thrilled have her on board and know that you will enjoy her stories. Patricia’s … More The Jesuit Seminarian, a Kodak Camera and the Titanic
This week the Two Gs chat about Ireland’s new multi millionaires and wish them good luck, An Post reduces immissions, Novenas, Abortion Clinics, Ryan Air and much more. As always please feel free to let the lads know if you would like something from your area covered – send an email to email@example.com
This week the two Gs chat about Business Tourism in Ireland, Going to the “pictures”, the closure of another post office in Kerry, the weather in dublin breaking records and contactless payments at mass. Let us now during the week if there is something we should include next week!! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shevlin twins from Donegal will once again be visiting Spain for the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Since 2013 Niamh and Gavin Shevlin have been wowing audiences in Benalmadena and Torremolinos so their return for the 2019 celebrations is a very welcome announcement. “The Shevlins have been dancing since they were four years old and … More World Champion Irish Dancers to Step-it-Out along the Costa Over St. Patrick’s Weekend
Among the news items discussed this week is the numerous pressures that are currently affecting our health service, Storm Eric, A defeat in the Dáil for the government over the job Path Scheme and an “awe generating” chicken story.
It is now called the Cervantes Institute and its base is still in Dublin but on 11th February in 1974 the Spanish Cultural Institute was officially opened. It was the culmination of a lot of dedication and hard work by Spaniard José Antonio Sierra who came to Ireland from Spain via France and England to … More 45 Years of the Cervantes Institute in Dublin
St. Patrick’s Day is always celebrated in style on the Costa del Sol with many events marking the patron saint’s day. 2019 sees a new approach with a number of celebrations being planned under the umbrella of the Irish Association in Spain. Traditionally the association plans and runs the events in Torremolinos and Benalmadena. Likewise … More St. Patrick’s Day on the Costa del Sol
Some stories that had Irish people talking in the past week discussed by Ger Sweeney and George Lee. This week the lads chat about taking our use of social media seriously, Dublin man conquers the highest peak in South America, Road safety and are the graves pointing in the right direction?
George Lee and Ger Sweeney once again have a look back at the week just gone. Job announcements, marking the centenary of the first Dáil sitting, tiger cubs in Dublin Zoo and a wall mural to celebrate “Derry Girls are among the topics discussed today.