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Mayor demands Government enact 'complete lockdown' to stop spread of Covid-19

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"A complete lockdown of the country" is urgently required by the Government and health officials, to ensure complete success in combating "the most serious and challenging public health crisis" in the history of the State.

TECH TALK

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As someone who works in an office where the need for plug sockets is always in high demand, the likelihood of finding a free one is pretty low, meaning if my phone battery is starting to run low then I could be in trouble. Danish tech manufacturer for personal gadgets, Sandberg, has come up with a 3in1 Wireless Charger which removes the need for a plug socket to charge your phone while also enabling a second person to refuel his/her phone battery as well.

Early bird catches a great two course meal at Fat Freddy's Restaurant!

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When it comes to eating out there are two aspects of the meal that will make or break the experience; the quality of the food and the size of the dent the price will leave in our wallets; other requirements, although important, are still considered secondary to these feast fundamentals.

Uncut Gems - Adam Sandler excels in this hyper intense film

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HOWARD RATNER is a diamond dealer with an office in the New York diamond district. He is also a compulsive gambler and seemingly on the edge of a nervous breakdown.

Music and fun promised at Balla Bluegrass Festival

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Balla bluegrass Festival will return for the 11th time during the October Bank Holiday weekend, taking place from Saturday night (not from Friday as before). The Festival will keep the structure of two free gigs per night which will be staggered in time, to allow all music fans to enjoy both acts.

Stephen Ryan returns to the Comedy KARLnival

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STEPHEN RYAN, a winner of the Forbidden Fruit Comedy Competition and a finalist in the 2016 Irish Comedian of the Year competition, returns to Galway to play the Comedy KARLnival.

Street festivals

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The first street festival held during the Quincentennial year of 1984 in Galway was organaised by High Street, Cross Street, and Quay Street from April 23 to 29. It was opened by Mayor Michael Leahy with the Army Pipe Band, St Patrick’s Brass band, St Patrick’s Boys' Band, Renmore Brass Band, and the Dockers Fife and Drum Band all playing on the streets. Later that evening, Gerry Macken’s Big Band played to a huge crowd from the back of a large truck which was drawn up across the street at the crossroads.

Street festivals

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The first street festival held during the Quincentennial year of 1984 in Galway was organaised by High Street, Cross Street, and Quay Street from April 23 to 29. It was opened by Mayor Michael Leahy with the Army Pipe Band, St Patrick’s Brass band, St Patrick’s Boys' Band, Renmore Brass Band, and the Dockers Fife and Drum Band all playing on the streets. Later that evening, Gerry Macken’s Big Band played to a huge crowd from the back of a large truck which was drawn up across the street at the crossroads.

Kyne calls for An Post site to become dedicated city gallery

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Minister Sean Kyne has added his voice to calls that a city centre site, currently being used to display the flagship Galway International Arts Festival exhibition, In The Flesh, become a dedicated art gallery for the city.

Kia’s electric e-Niro and e-Soul go on sale

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The all-new Kia e-Niro and Kia e-Soul have just gone on sale, and with demand looking like exceeding supply, those interested need to act fast.

 

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