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Saw Doctors tell it from the heart to Gaybo this weekend

Davy Carton and Leo Moran of The Saw Doctors will perform some of their biggest hits and take part in a live interview with Gay Byrne tomorrow night.

Christy for Arts Festival Big Top

Galway Arts Festival and the Róisín Dubh have announced that Christy Moore will perform a rare stand-up gig at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 20. Joining Christy on the night will be high energy, vivacious trad group 4 Men and A Dog. The show is Moore’s only gig in Galway city in 2012 and promises to be a massive music highlight at this year’s festival.

Gay Byrne - Live on stage for one night only

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The Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone is proud to announce a unique opportunity to see Mr Gay Byrne, one of the most loved television and radio personalities in Irish history for a live performance on Tuesday May 15 at 8pm as part of a short Irish tour.

Galway journalist elected chair of national radio training body

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Galway Bay fm Head of News Bernadette Prendergast has been elected chairperson of the board of Learning Waves, the leading provider of training for the independent commercial radio sector in Ireland.

People that my family knew...

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My grandmother was born in Moylough, Co Galway, in 1890, and when I knew her she projected an image of Irish Catholic propriety. She went to daily Mass, and stopped to say the Angelus at noon and 6pm. She was generous with the price of a jacket or a ‘smart’ pair of shoes if she felt that I looked a bit shabby. She’d make my mother jealous by making the best chocolate cake ever!

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Since the Road Safety Strategy 2007 to 2012 was introduced in 2007, road deaths have dropped by 50 per cent. When compared to the year before the introduction of the first ever road safety strategy in 1998, deaths have fallen by 59 per cent.

Westmeath to remember road victims

A day of remembrance will take place in Westmeath this Sunday in memory of those who have died on the county’s roads.

Reduced drink driving limits now in effect

New drink driving laws came into effect at midnight on Thursday October 27, meaning a reduction in the drink drive limit — in line with European levels. The new laws will see a decrease from 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood to 50mg for all drivers, and from 80mg to 20mg for learner, newly qualified drivers (for a period of two years after passing the driving test), and professional drivers such as bus, goods vehicle, and public service vehicle drivers.

Get involved in the ‘national drive to save lives’

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is urging people nationwide to continue their life-saving behaviour and get involved in the national and local efforts to reduce road deaths. This plea comes as the RSA announced details of its annual ‘drive to save lives’ during Irish Road Safety Week which takes place nationwide from Monday October 10 to Sunday October 16.

Nineties glam rockers Engine Alley regroup for one-off July gig

Cult Kilkenny band Engine Alley are set to thrill their fans and unleash their distinctive songs on a new audience when they reform for their first proper gig in five years, playing Whelan’s of Dublin on Saturday, July 23 supported by Pony Club, with MC Enda Muldoon.


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