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Tide lines play Róisín Dubh in November

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TIDE LINES are the coming force in Scottish music. In 2019 they won The Rising Sound Of Scotland title at the Scottish Music Awards, and in March performed to 67,000 people at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium ahead of Scotland's victory over France in the Six Nations.

Prominent architect business launches virtual home consultation platform

In a novel approach, Louise Heavin and Gary Cunningham of Cunningham Heavin Architects, are offering virtual home consultations in exchange for charity donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What Do You Mean You Haven't Read...?

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Fred Johnston, poet, author, critic

Songs of joy, war, and peace in St Nicholas'

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SONGS OF JOY, war, and peace will be sung in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church when one of America’s top choral groups perform a special concert to raise funds for the church organ.

Ireland West Airport regrets loss of Flybe

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Ireland West Airport has said they regret the loss of their Flybe services from the airport after the airline entered administration on Thursday morning.

Connacht 'backs against the wall' as they head to SA in fight for the top

Connacht Rugby arrived in South Africa this morning intent on keeping their PRO14 alive when they face the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

Connacht not getting carried away with big win as they head to Edinburgh

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Connacht's recent winning form will be tested to the hilt when they face PRO14 in-conference leaders Edinburgh tomorrow evening in Murrayfield (7.35pm).

Augustine Hill to meet top sustainability commitments

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Augustine Hill is aiming for One Planet Living endorsement, with a One Planet Action Plan designed by Bioregional to ensure that the development meets key sustainability commitments.

Connacht return to the Sportsground for the first of three key fixtures

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After a much needed three-week break Connacht Rugby return to the Galway Sportsground on Saturday (7.35pm) for the first of three crunch PRO14 fixtures.

Tom O'Mahony headlines the Comedy KARLnival

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HE FIRST came to attention as Tarquin the toff on Damo & Ivor, and later as oddball neighbour Paddy d'Pervert in Bridget & Eamon, while the late, great, Rik Mayall called him a "psychotically funny bastard".

 

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