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The EU demands 'more Europe' as continent drifts more to the right

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It is two years almost to the day since the people of the UK dramatically voted to leave the EU. Since then Brexit has been a constant backdrop to political discourse in these islands, and a dominant one when it comes to the discussion of international affairs.

Loughrea company champions people through multicultural workforce and links with Chernobyl

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Loughrea company, Neylons Facility Management, is putting itself and its staff on the map with its unique “Academy for Growth”.

Joshua Burnside - a world of (unconventional) music

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HIS MUSIC has been called "rumbling, brooding, powerful, magnetic" by The Irish Times, and "dynamic and wide ranging" by Chordblossom, while BBC Radio 1's Phil Taggart said "it makes you glad to have a pair of working ears".

The Pale play Monroe's Live in March

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MARKING 25 years in the business, and returning to Galway for the first time in five years, long running indie band The Pale, play Monroe's Live in March.

‘My father would have been very proud,’ says Colm Doyle

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A Moate farmer has expressed pride at the legacy of his late father’s generosity after travelling 6,500 miles to be reunited with a cow donated by him to a destitute African family a decade ago.

What Lenin has to teach us

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LENIN FOR Today is neither a historical study nor a biography but an attempt by long time Socialist Workers Party member – and leading light in People Before Profit – John Molyneaux to make a case for Lenin’s ideas and organisational methods in the here and now.

Countdown to Gogol Bordello in Galway

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GOGOL BORDELLO, who have "defied the boundaries of continents and genres in their quest for spiritual illumination through Gypsy punk," according to Consequence of Sound, play Galway this month.

Confessions Of An Immigrant - Peadar de Burca is back

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THROUGHOUT THE noughties writer/director/performer Peadar de Burca was a familiar presence on Galway's theatre scene with a string of shows under the Morwax Productions banner.

International outcry at Athenia sinking

Week III

There is one good thing about Trump's election

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First things first: Trump’s election was greeted by wild rumours in Galway that all the US multinationals would be forced by the new president to re-locate to North America. This did not happen under Obama, as was initially feared, and it will not happen under Trump.

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