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Jogging return to Galway...with a new album

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LAST FRIDAY, Jogging released Whole Heart, their first new album in seven years, the long-awaited follow-up to 2012's the much-acclaimed Take Courage. This weekend, they play Galway.

Spitting Nails - German punk/metal for Galway

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HAMBURG BAND Spitting Nails play a ferocious mix of metal and punk in the style of Naplam Death, Tragedy, and Extreme Noise Terror, and they are coming to Galway this weekend.

Dance and movement courses for over fifties in Galway

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Do you like to dance in a group? To challenge yourself at your own pace? To express your creative side and learn new steps and movements? If this is you, go along and join Patrica Glynn at one of her upcoming courses.

New letting laws will not change housing crisis in city

New short term letting regulations without additional resources for the Galway City Council to enforce them will not produce positive results for the housing situation in Galway city, according to assistant CEO of COPE Galway, Martin O'Connor.

Emigrant artists explore the impact of place

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A SARDINIAN and a San Franciscan, both now living in Galway, explore the impact of home, place, and emigration in their new exhibition, Two Places At Once, which opens at the Kinvara Courthouse this evening at 8pm.

Tourism boost for the west of Ireland as new service from Cologne to IWAK launched

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Ireland West Airport has warmly welcomed the first scheduled service from Cologne in Germany via Ryanair which took place last week.

One year on — the impact of the referendum comes into focus, says Galway for Life

One year on from repeal of the Eighth Amendment the cultural and human impact of that decision is quickly coming into focus.

The man with two good feet who promises to do what it says on the tin

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A sports injury specialist and former League of Ireland soccer player who is a local election candidate in Galway City Central promises “naked honesty” and pledges to work with anyone committed to the betterment of the city, if elected.

Our city benefits from the spirit of volunteerism

Galway city was at its best this week when it celebrated the selfless in our society - the volunteers who engage with communities, groups, and individuals, not just giving time, but also themselves to help others.

Schools playwright competition draw large Midlands entry

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The successful submission to this year’s RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival Schools Playwright competition will be announced at an awards ceremony on Tuesday April 30, in the Dean Crowe Theatre, with a vast range of entries received from transition year students of Midlands region secondary schools.

 

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