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KRAUTROCK LOVING post-rockers, stripped down punk influenced bands, folk’n’country acts, and everything inbetween, the Citóg nights continues its excellent tradition of showcasing the finest in independent and imaginative Irish music, when it returns to the Róisín Dubh this month on Wednesdays from 9pm.
Insider is going against the grain here, but let him go out on a charred and severed limb, daring to posit that Labour Galway West TD Derek Nolan is not the electorally dead in the water, threatened with extinction political animal, that he appears to be.
“The only valid poll is on election day!” is the guff politicians huff and bluster with when the latest round of opinion polls turn out badly for them. Yet fear not reader, Insider can assure you all politicians, regardless of what they say publicly, take opinion poll findings very seriously.
A motion to slash the controversial property tax by 15 per cent will be put forward by Sinn Féin councillors at this afternoon’s Galway City Council meeting.
Some 10,000 visitors are set to arrive in the city this coming weekend for Bake Fest Galway, with an estimated €1 million to be injected into the local economy.
The Radisson Blu Hotel has been selected to host The Irish Fashion Innovation Awards ceremony on Thursday March 28.This year marks the fourth Golden Egg Irish Fashion Innovation Awards, where newly emerging designer talents will have their efforts recognised. In honour of its fourth anniversary, organisers are offering bird tickets for €25 to the public. Tickets include pre-show drinks and canapés, goodie bags, and the awards ceremony along with a fantastic after-show party.
This week saw a second Galway based candidate enter the presidential election when Dana Rosemary Scallon received the final nominations she needed to secure a run for the Árus.
A revolutionary new electronic swimming invention by a Mayo student has been announced as the winner of the Irish James Dyson award.
What is Michael J Crowe up to now? First there was the ‘I’m sick of trees’ comment, then there was the one man battle against the Galway Alliance Against War, and now he says he is “winding down” from politics - this is despite having three years left of his term as a councillor.
Many of Kilkenny’s artisan food producers along with dignitaries, family, and supporters came out on Monday to launch the newest (and most delicious) of Kilkenny’s trails as part of the Leader Partnership.