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Pandemic puts paid to talk of Brexit

Hello to all the readers of this fine newspaper, which has kept going despite the difficulties we are all encountering.

Music for Galway's CELLISSIMO festival moved to next year

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GALWAY CITY'S new festival, CELLISSIMO, a celebration of the cello, and which was to have its first outing between April and May, has been postponed.

Athlone Town aspire for more prominent league campaign

The SSE Airtricity league First Division campaign gets underway at the weekend with ten clubs competing for honours.

‘Laughter and fun never deserted them’.

Early on Easter Monday morning, April 24 1916, the Galway Volunteers sprang into action. It was a chaotic beginning to the rebellion which hoped to see a nation-wide rising of fully armed and committed men and women seizing control of the country. We know, however, the capture of the ship Aud, with its weapons, explosives and ammunition, off the Kerry coast on Good Friday, prompted the Dublin leadership to cancel the Rising. The order was ignored by Padraic Pearse and others, who had the benefit of arms imported into Howth two years previously. They took over key positions throughout Dublin city, which they held for six days.

‘Laughter and fun never deserted them’.

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Pelosi reflects on Good Friday accord as An Post introduces welcome initiative

I hope you had a lovely Easter and that you and your family and friends had some time together.

Something new - but still the classics at Danolla's in Castlebar

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Danolla's diner - located in the heart of Castlebar, on Castle Street - has become a firm family favourite over the past decade and a half - and with today being Good Friday, there is no better place for some delicious cod 'n' chips.

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Music for Good Friday

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THE ANNUAL concert of sacred music for Good Friday returns to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, with a performance of Heinrich Schütz’s setting of the last words of Christ on the cross: Die Sieben Worte Jesu Christi Am Kreuz.

‘I was struggling with things in my life, but I was also inspired’

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HOW DO you categorise a band like WHY? Indie-pop? Indie-rock? Alternative Hip Hop? Don’t bother trying. The band is all these things, and is also beyond the confines of those genres. It’s why WHY? matter. It’s why Alopecia remains an album worth celebrating.

 

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