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Echo Harte releases new single 'Rain In June'

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'RAIN IN June', the new single from Tuam alternative-rock singer-songwriter, Echo Harte, will be released on Friday November 13, across all digital platforms.

Bard Yard to host Belfast poet Elizabeth McGeown

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BELFAST POET Elizabeth McGeown, a four time finalist in the All-Ireland Poetry Slam, will read at this week's Bard Yard, Galway's new, online, poetry open mic event.

Extras sought for new Echo Harte video

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ECHO HARTE, the Galway singer-songwriter, will record a video for his new single 'Sun Don’t Rise' on Sunday September 8. Shooting takes place between 12 noon and 6pm, and extras are sought to appear in the video.

Walsh and Harte go head to head in NFL

This Sunday Kevin Walsh and Mickey Harte's teams line out in what promises to be a captivating game between Galway and Tyrone in Pearse Stadium (2pm) in round two of the NFL.

Mickey Joe Harte announced as ‘Song for Simon’ guest

Popular singer/songwriter Mickey Joe Harte has been announced as the special guest for the final of the Song for Simon competition, to be held on Saturday February 2 at 8pm in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.

Ballina book signing

A Mayo-born priest, Monsignor Fachtna Joe Harte, who was responsible for building the magnificent shrine Our Lady Queen of the Universe in Orlando, Florida will do a signing of his book, They Shall Bear You Up, in Eason, Ballina on Friday June 22 (4pm).

Michael D fundraiser in Monroe’s

A major fundraising concert and event will take place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow night to raise funds for the presidential campaign of Michael D Higgins.

Michael D fundraiser in Monroe’s

A major fundraising concert and event will take place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow night to raise funds for the presidential campaign of Michael D Higgins.

Local rose pays tribute to ‘passionate’ Michaela Harte

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Tributes have been pouring in across the country following the murder of much-loved Michaela Harte who was murdered in Mauritius this week.

Biblio - A monthly review of Irish Books

AMONG THE estimable authors to ‘make the cut’ in Des Kenny’s recent lively compendium of 101 Irish Books You Must Read, is Sligo-born Jack Harte.

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