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Luan Gallery presents two exhibitions

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Luan Gallery is delighted to present the work of two renowned Irish artists - Marie Hanlon and Bernadette Kiely - concurrently for the months of February and March 2018.

Mustangs destined for scrapheap get new life

It could be the ultimate Christmas present for the car-mad person in your life – a handmade watch, lovingly crafted from components that in a previous existence were used in classic Ford Mustangs.

Mustangs destined for scrapheap get new life

It could be the ultimate Christmas present for the car-mad person in your life – a handmade watch, lovingly crafted from components that in a previous existence were used in classic Ford Mustangs.

Mustangs destined for scrapheap get new life

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It could be the ultimate Christmas present for the car-mad person – a handmade watch, lovingly crafted from components that in a previous existence were used in classic Ford Mustangs.

Having a clear-out? Why not CityBin it?

A Christmas clear-out or some seasonal renovations, CityBin’s Waste and Recycling Centre in Oranmore is the perfect solution.

The Best Galway Songs of 2017

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THE PAST 12 months have been among the most fertile, creative, and exciting in Galway music for many years. The wealth of talent both produced by Galway city and county has been witnessed by the numerous albums, singles, and EP Galway acts have released in 2017 - much of it of very high quality.

First Galway Dimebag Darrell Anniversary Show

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DIMEBAG DARRELL, co-founder of Panthera, the Texan band who kept the metal flag flying in the 1990s when others in the genre appeared to have lost their way - and one of metal's most admired guitarists, will be remembered in Galway next week.

‘Oh steer my bark to Erin’s Isle...’

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On Friday evening towards the end of the Easter Rising, there was one further horrific incident that convined Padraic Pearse that surrender, and quickly, was the only course open to the rebels.

‘Oh steer my bark to Erin’s Isle...’

On Friday evening towards the end of the Easter Rising, there was one further horrific incident that convined Padraic Pearse that surrender, and quickly, was the only course open to the rebels.

'Give us the dancefloor and we’ll devastate the club'

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HIS APPETITE for music is boundless, his belief in its power as a unifying force which can cross social divisions is deeply held, and in the Electric clubnight MOVE, DJ John Daly turns that passion into practice.

 

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