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Naughten needs concrete plan for post office network - Murphy

Fianna Fáil TD, Eugene Murphy, has called on the Minister for Communications Denis Naughten to spell out a concrete plan for the post office network

Duane Construction wins top national award for use of concrete in local project

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One of Galway’s top construction companies has won an award for the excellence of its use of concrete in a local bulding project.

Mick Flannery - two nights @ Róisín Dubh

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AS WITH so many others, it started with Nirvana. In 1993, the young Mick Flannery heard Kurt Cobain's haunting, semi-acoustic rendition of David Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold The World'. His relationship to music was never the same again.

Earthship to touch down in The Cellar

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SEVENTIES JAZZ-funk fusion, dance grooves, fiery improvisation, and irresistible pop hooks are on the cards when Earthship touch down at The Cellar.

Earthship - new EP and Galway gigs

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EARTHSHIP, THE Galway funk-dance-jazz fusionists have just released their new EP, The Proximity Effect, and will mark the occasion with two shows in Galway city.

OPW apprenticeships open

The Commissioners of Public Works have launched a new programme for apprenticeships in the areas of carpentry/joinery and stonemasonry.

Mick Flannery to join Josh Ritter in Big Top

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Acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Mick Flannery and the West Cork Ukulele Orchestra have been added to the bill for Josh Ritter’s Galway Arts Festival Big Top concert.

Mick Flannery celebrates number one album with Ruby Room gig next Thursday

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In the last couple of years Mick Flannery has gone from part-time stonemason from Cork to one of Ireland’s most sought after musicians. That pace has picked up of late having just released his new single ‘Gone Forever’ in February, and his third album, Red to Blue, at the end of last month which knocked Madonna off the number one spot in Ireland his star continues to rise.

Mick Flannery and band to play intimate ruby room gig

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In the last couple of years Mick Flannery has gone from part-time stonemason from Cork to one of Ireland’s most sought after musicians, having just released his new single ‘Gone Forever’ in February, and his third album, Red to Blue, at the end of last month. That album a follow-up to the hugely praised White Lies in support of which he played a string of sold out shows all over Ireland, one of the most notable being a double headline show at the Marquee Cork with John Spillane. He will be stopping off in the Ruby Room at the Royal Theatre on Thursday, April 26 for a very special intimate show at 10pm.

Mick Flannery and band are coming to the Ruby Room

In the last couple of years Mick Flannery has gone from part time stonemason from Cork to one of Ireland’s most sought after musicians.

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