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The music of Miles Davis in Galway

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THE CAREER of Miles Davis is almost the history of post-war American jazz, with the trumpeter exploring, and often pioneering, such genres as cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, as well as fusion through his embrace of rock, funk, and hip hop.

Fun family cycle in support of Galway-Barna Greenway

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A free, fun family cycle from Claddagh to Salthill and back will take place in support of the Galway-Barna Greenway this Sunday, May 12.

Owen Colgan's Woke Tour comes to Galway

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OWEN COLGAN, Irish cult comedy hero, sex symbol, and Hardy Bucks star, is about to hit the road for his biggest tour yet, with that tour hitting Galway in April.

Some two hundred Galway jobs created by Local Enterprise Office in 2017

Enterprise Ireland has released the results of its 2017 Annual Employment Survey. Nationally, results show that there are now 37,485 people, employed by 7,182 small businesses and start-ups, which have received support from their Local Enterprise Offices. LEO Galway worked with 254 clients in 2017 and created a total of 192 gross and 95 net new jobs.

High Court dismiss challenge of Galway family who turned down four-bedroom house

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The High Court has dismissed a woman and her five children’s challenge against Galway County Council’s refusal to provide them with continued emergency accommodation after they turned down an offer of a four-bedroom house.

Mayor vows to wage war on plastic

The Mayor of Galway, Fine Gael councillor Pearce Flannery, has launched what he is calling a “personal initiative” to make Galway a “Plastic Free City” through a combination of “action, education and example”.

Open call for local designers

The Galway Designers Network Fashion Showcase returns on Saturday September 9 for the presentation of the autumn/winter 2017 collections. The fashion showcase will take place in Tribeton, one of Galway’s most stylish venues, and will feature exceptional talent from designers based around Galway and the west of Ireland.

Summer open day at Galway City Chiropractic

Galway City Chiropractic has provided services of CAI registered chiropractic care to the public for the past 17 years.

Gerry Adams to speak in Galway on Wednesday

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One of the many unintended consequences of Brexit is the possible break-up of the United Kingdom, which has resulted in serious debate in this country on the likelihood of a united Ireland - previously a taboo subject.

Spring open day at Galway City Chiropractic

Galway City Chiropractic has provided services of CAI (Chiropractic Association of Ireland) registered chiropractic care to the public for the past 17 years in the heart of Galway city. The company has striven to provide the people of Galway and the surrounding areas with the highest standard of patient care and continues to have the same clinic ethos, which is to do the most and the best they can for any patient who crosses the door and asks for help.

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