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Former SAS soldier to speak at Galway peace meeting

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What makes a special forces operator turn peace campaigner? That will be one of the main questions answered at a public meeting tomorrow at 8pm, by Ben Griffin, a former SAS member, who, after serving three months in Iraq, refused to return to combat in Baghdad.

Baboró children's festival line-up unveiled

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AUTUMN IS upon us once more, season of mist and mellow fruitfulness...and Baboró. Details of this year’s festival were unveiled at a packed reception in Il Vicolo on Monday evening and October will see Baboró embark on a fantastical journey of flying suitcases, dancing feet, vanishing queens, wild adventures, curious giants and toe-tapping tunes.

Solo exhibition by Patrick Graham at Luan Gallery

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Lullaby, an exhibition featuring the works of renowned Irish artist, Patrick Graham, opened at Luan Gallery last weekend and will continue until Friday, October 28.

Justin Conboy to read at Over The Edge

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JUSTIN CONBOY, the Salthill based writer, whose debut novel Code Thief was published in May, will read at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering in the Galway City Library on Thursday July 14 at 6.30pm.

Anne Mangan to exhibit new paintings

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OIL PAINTINGS inspired by time spent living in France and Iraq will be on display in a new exhibition from the artist Anne Mangan.

Justin Conboy to launch debut novel

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CODE THIEF, the debut novel by Galwayman Justin Conboy, about a hacker, a CIA agent, and the development of a super-virus to end the Iranian Nuclear Program, will be launched in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop tomorrow at 6.30pm.

In the wake of Paris, all human lives matter

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Insider was going to write an article examining the electoral prospects of some of the politicians in Galway West who will be fighting for the constituency's last two seats, but in the wake of the Paris massacre, writing about an election that is still months away, seems, just now, a little frivolous.

 

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