curraghtravel Archive

Intense Heatwave Causes Delays in Transportation Services

The unusual heatwave is continuing into August. Britain’s heat rose to a whopping 35 degrees Celsius, with the country feeling its hottest

New Campaign Targets Passengers Who Drink Excessively

A new campaign aims to keep travellers sober while flying. Airlines, airports, and retailers have come together to promote an awareness campaign

Boy George Comes to Ireland in Search of His Roots

Boy George examines his ancestral history in an engaging, poignant episode of a popular reality show that traces the roots of it

Sponsorships as a Casino Customer Retention Strategy

The gaming industry is in a competition of its own, sparing no expense to bring in gamblers from all walks of life.

Casinos Ramp Up Marketing to Attract Millenials

The number of gamblers is dropping. Casinos are rolling the dice on new and innovative ways to attract the younger generation, including

Ireland’s Government Cracks Down on Unlicensed Slots

Installing slot machines in Ireland is not as easy as it used to be. The government is cracking down on establishments operating

Brexit Fuels Ireland’s Tourism Boom

Brexit is sparking an influx of new tourists, as the resulting weaker pound makes travel more attractive to vacationers. Tourism to Ireland

Ocean Current May Cause Severe European Heat

Ireland may be in for increasingly warmer temperatures over the next two decades, resulting from changing ocean currents, including those from the

Historic Free Trade Deal in the Works Between EU and U.S.

To avoid a trade war, the European Union, and the United States, agree to a develop a trade relationship that includes no

Stargazers Prepare to Watch Total Lunar Eclipse

Most Europeans and cities around world are in for a celestial treat. A total lunar eclipse will be in full sight for