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Visitors restrictions are in place again this week at two wards at University Hospital Galway due to a number of suspected cases of the vomiting bug (Norovirus).
KARMA PARKING play reggae, rock, and funk, and sometimes a fusion of all three, all with the aim of getting people dancing, as is the plan when they take to the stage of Monroe's Live on Thursday July 30.
Candidates who have publicly opposed or raised concerns about the controversial salmon fish farm proposed for Galway Bay should be supported by voters tomorrow.
SINCE RETURNING to stand-up comedy the great Phill Jupitus has made the Róisín Dubh something of a second home for himself.
Eco Drinks was established as a family business in 2010 and is based in Clarenbridge.
Big Generator will be gracing Karma’s stage on Friday September 24 as part of their Karma Live brand this month.
Portumna band Big Generator and will be gracing Karma Club Athlone's stage on Sunday April 18. The four piece band consists of Paul Cantillon (vocals/bass guitar), Barry Conboy (lead guitar), Liam Martin (vocals/guitars/keyboards), and Robbie Casserly (vocals/drums).
Arthur Scargill, the controversial British politician and trade union leader, is coming to Galway at the end of this month to address a public meeting hosted by the James Connolly Forum.
THE WHOSE Line Is It Anyway? gang, featuring Phill Jupitus, will be in the Town Hall Theatre on Easter Sunday at 8pm and we have five pairs of tickets to giveaway.