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Belcarra man vandalised Taoiseach's office a second time

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It has emerged that a Belcarra man who came before Castlebar District Court last month for scrawling graffiti on An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny's, constituency office in Castlebar was rearrested earlier this month for vandalising the office a second time.

Luke McMullen exhibition @ Kenny’s

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HUNTER S Thompson, Johnny Cash, George Bernard Shaw, and half of Angelina Jolie’s head all appear in the new exhibition by former graffiti artist Luke McMullan.

Remove graffiti on Fisheries Tower now demands McNelis

Graffiti that was sprayed on the Fisheries Tower must be removed immediately Labour city councillor Niall McNelis has demanded.

Tidy Towns volunteers sought for Saturday

The Galway City Tidy Towns group is calling for volunteers this Saturday to help remove fly posters and graffiti, weeding, and picking up of litter.

Call for Galwegians to vote for Mervue Playground makeover

Mervue community playground is in with a chance to win a makeover as part of a national competition, and a call has gone out to Galwegians to help it win the prize.

Marcin Pliszka exhibition opens at Roscommon

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Roscommon-based artist Marcin Pliszka features in the second of a series of summer exhibitions by local artists in Roscommon Arts Centre this July. Curator Emer McGarry of The Model, Sligo has selected work by Roscommon-based artists and exhibitions this summer include work by David J. Pierce, Marcin Pliszka, Lucy Brennan Shiel, Claudia Keegan, Stephen Bond, Margo McNulty, and Emer O’Connor.

Volunteers needed Tidy Towns clean up

Volunteers are needed this Saturday for painting, graffiti removal, litter collection, and weeding in the Old Crane area, Sea Road, Dominick Street, and Munster Avenue.

McNelis calls for graffiti problem to be tackled

Galway city needs a park for street artists to work in and practice their art, but on no account should the graffitiing of private property be tolerated.

Graffiti issue needs to be tackled, says McNelis

Graffiti can be an art form but it can also be plain vandalism, and where it is art it should be encouraged and where it is vandalism it should not be tolerated.

Gort na mBro residents condemn racist graffiti

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A Garda presence is needed on a regular basis in Gort na mBro to both deter and catch who is daubing walls in the area with racist graffiti according to local resident John Connolly.

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