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Some NCT testing centres wait times still at six months

There are still massive delays for NCT appointments, with some testing centres still showing waiting times of at least six months.

Recent survey reveals that vast majority feel safe in their home surrounds

New consumer research has revealed that most people (79%) living in Ireland feel somewhat safe in their homes, while 36% claim that they feel completely safe and secure in their homes.

Remembering Thin Lizzy at Monroe’s Live

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When Thin Lizzy gained a top hit with Whiskey in the Jar following its release in 1972, it was the beginning of a rich musical legacy that sealed their place as one of Ireland’s leading bands on the worldwide stage. The sheer lyrical talent and presence of vocalist and bass player, Phil Lynott, left an indelible imprint on the international music scene. With a life cut short at the tender age of 36, he had already garnered a global following that continues to this day.

A Tribal Folk Rock Fusion With Kíla at Monroe’s Live

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The tribal, near shamanic sounds of Kíla are renowned across the globe. Their energetic style of Irish world music is firmly set in traditional rhythms with the eclectic influences of the international.

Kaiser Chiefs confirmed for GIAF Big Top

By Una Sinnott

Reimagined Headford to be revealed next week

The findings of the Reimagine Headford Community Survey, undertaken by the Headford Town Team and The Irish Architecture Foundation in the earlier part of 2022 will be revealed on Monday December 5, at 8pm in The Angler’s Rest Hotel in Headford.

The Waterboys Steve Wickham and folk artist Jane Willow in unique double headliner at Monroe’s Live

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A special double headliner gig takes place at Monroe’s Live on Saturday, December 10, as musical driving forces Steve Wickham and Jane Willow take to the stage on Dominick Street. The award-winning rock fiddler Steve Wickham is part of the Waterboys’ musical legacy that has spanned over 30 years.

Indie folk band The Amazing Apples are back at Monroe’s Live this December

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Fresh from the success of their ten-year celebratory reunion in October, the Amazing Apples are back to bring their popular indie-folk stylings to Monroe’s Live.

Returning comic, Al Porter, to perform at Comedy Te-He this week.

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Colum McDonnell

New generation of Irish Indie-Folk with Orwells ’84 at Monroe’s Live

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With such extensive musical inspiration, it is no wonder that the combination of Damien Mc Kenna (vocals, guitar and writer), Seán Byrne (guitar, bouzouki, vocals), Ella Englishby (cello, harmonium, vocals), Roisin Ward Morrow (violin, vocals), Pauric Mc Crum (drums) and Peter Mc Coy (bass, vocals, piano) are making waves on the indie scene.


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