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TWO OF Ireland's leading emerging bands, Wild Youth and Galway's Rofi James, play Monroe's on Thursday September 27 at 9pm at a show presented by the GMIT Students Union.
The main channel discharging all the water from loughs Corrib and Mask is the Galway River, flowing from Lough Corrib through the city to the sea. Among the structures built in 1850 and the following years, during the course of a drainage scheme carried out by what was then known as The Board of Public Works in Ireland, was the main regulating weir across the Corrib at Waterside. Its function was to control the river level at Galway in the interests of draining, milling, and navigation. It was built at a point in the river where the water descended though rapids.
ROFI JAMES, the Galway Advertiser's Galway Band of The Year 2017, join Dublin quartet Wild Youth for a 'GMIT Students Union presents...' show at Monroe's Live tonight.
ROFI JAMES, the Galway pop/rock duo, officially launch their new single 'Fool For Your Love' this weekend, and proceeds from half of all downloads/sales of the single will be donated to the Solidarity-Pikpa refugee camp in Greece.
A scenic pathway and footbridges spanning the shoreline between Salthill and Silverstrand is the subject of a major new planning application.
A sum of €3 million is required to put in necessary protection measures in the Sailín/Silverstrand area where constant coastal erosion and future severe storms could result in the beach and the cliff face being completely washed away.
Better coastal planning is required in Mayo in order to protect some of the county’s most attractive beaches and coastline areas which are under threat from coastal erosion, particularly in Clew Bay and along the Mullet Peninsula.