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Citóg gigs for June

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CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED Irish indie bands will be taking to the stage of the Róisín Dubh over the coming Wednesday nights for the monthly Citóg gigs, with folk-blues, rock, electro, and acoustic genres well to the fore. Admission to all three shows are free. Doors are at 9pm.

Breakthrough Cancer Research says thanks for support while trotting through Galway

Breakthrough Cancer Research and the volunteers who ran the Malin to Mizen Horse and Carriage Drive have thanked the people of Galway for their support during the 441 mile journey.

Malin to Mizen horse and carriage drive for cancer research begins

The Malin to Mizen horse and carriage drive which aims to raise up to €80,000 for Breakthrough Cancer Research has over the last few days travelled the length of Ireland, stopping in Galway along the way.

Huge medal haul for Mayo Special Olympics team at ‘electric’ games in Limerick

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Medals aplenty were returned to Mayo from the Special Olympics National Games in Limerick.

Racing style at Ballybrit

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A Limerick woman wearing a Grace Kelly inspired vintage baby blue lace dress won over the judges at the Anthony Ryan’s Best Dressed Lady Competition on Ladies’ Day at the Galway Races.

Mark Ryan: from Adam Ant guitarist to award-winning playwright

WELSH THEATRE group, Company of Sirens, visit the Town Hall studio next week with Mark Ryan’s bold and accomplished play Sean Tyrone. Although his name may not be familiar to Irish audiences, Ryan – who died earlier this year – had a remarkable career as a musician, composer, and playwright.

City centre thief jailed for eight months

A Limerick man who cheekily trespassed in the staff areas of a number of Galway city centre premises, including banks, stealing wallets and other personal items, was sentenced to a total of eight months in jail.

Dundon disciple gets trial date

An Athlone man pleading not guilty to two charges of threatening to kill a female AIT student and her boyfriend was handed his book of evidence in the District Court this week (November 10) and ordered to face trial in the Mullingar Circuit Court, sitting in Tullamore, on November 30.

Dundon disciple pleads not guilty for a second time

A local man who is pleading not guilty to charges of threatening to kill the student sister of Limerick gangland victim Roy Collins because he would allegedly “get good money from Wayne Dundon”, was remanded on continuing bail in Athlone District Court this week (September 22) until November 10 on related theft and menacing charges.

Man charged with threatening to kill sister of gangland victim

A Westmeath man has been charged with threatening to rape and kill the sister of Limerick gangland victim, Roy Collins.

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