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Formed in the working class suburbs of industrial Birmingham in England in 1978 The Beat arose at a time of high unemployment and social upheaval. From the outset the band offered messages of hope and peace with an insight into socio-political topics that would later, alongside The Specials, see them heralded as forerunners of the whole
John Quinn has just brought to the market No 49 Ardilaun Road, Newcastle, at a very realistic guide price. This is a great purchase because of its proximity to the university.
John Quinn auctioneers is offering a selection of properties in the Newcastle area adjacent to the hospital and university, all at very good value for money. The properties include No 63 Tudor Lawn, an outstanding three bedroom residence in pristine condition throughout which is attracting a lot of attention at the moment.
The south-east’s business and tourism sectors received a welcome boost this week when Aer Arann’s first flight to London Southend took to the skies from Waterford Airport.
This St Patrick Day Barry’s Travel is operating a tour to Amsterdam with music all the way.
The merger of a number of councils, including those of counties Carlow and Kilkenny, has been mooted in a new report on the efficiency of local government in Ireland.
The post of Galway city manager could be abolished while the powers of the Tuam, Loughrea and Ballinasloe town councils could be greatly reduced if the recommendations of a new report are implemented fully.
The town of Westport is celebrating its nomination as a finalist in the 2011 UK Urbanism Awards, in category of Great Town for the UK and Ireland.