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JANAJ, THE Galway based alt-rock band, are set to release their debut EP this month, and ahead of that play two all-ages shows - at Monroe's Live and at Citóg in the Róisín Dubh.
The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced that Galway County Council’s website Decade of Commemoration was one of the ten winning websites, chosen by the public, which they believe best record Irish life in 2016 and remember the events of 1916. The websites will be preserved in the NLI’s National Web Archive and were announced by Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, at an award ceremony in the Library’s historic Kildare Street.
Roscommon Arts Centre presents two fantastic nights of entertainment in the one week with Michael Harding taking to the stage on Wednesday, November 9 and Conal Gallen bringing his show Only Joking to the stage on Saturday, November 12.
It only seems like yesterday that rural Ireland was standing up to the Dublin 4 diktat. Luke 'Ming' Flanagan was in the Dáil and the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association was waging a crusade which took rural areas by storm. Ming and Michael Fitzmaurice, backed by an able backroom team, were uniting people against the over-centralised Irish State and its masters in Brussels and Berlin.
Galway Races has its first female committee member. Zoë Fitzgerald will attend her first race meetings as a committee member at the upcoming two day autumn festival on Monday and Tuesday September 5 and 6.
Two Galway girls are 'flying high' having been chosen to represent Ireland at a competitive international tournament later this summer.
Galway athletes produced some fantastic performances on day two of the Connacht Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Sligo IT on Saturday.
Kamil is at it again. The talented filmmaker whose previous efforts have shot Galway across the globe is about to embark on his latest project. And he wants you all to take part in it.
Sustainable transport projects in Galway are to benefit from funding of more than €2.14 million, including €500,000 for bus lanes and cycle infrastructure along the N17, between Parkmore and the junction with the N6.