Search Results for 'Thomas Walsh'

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Jägermeister Freezer Sessions for Monroe’s Live

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THE MINUTES, RSAG, The Statics, and Galway acts Oh Boland and Chris Haze play The Jägermeister Freezer Sessions 100 Series in Monroe’s Live on November 14. Galway has been selected by Hot Press and Jägermeister as one of four locations across the country to host the sessions, and tickets for the event are free.

A Galway Christmas book hamper

AT THE risk of milking a cliché to death, rumours of the demise of the book are greatly exaggerated if the amount of books published in Galway over the last 12 months is any indication.

Woman sent forward for trial on forty five theft charges

An Aghamore woman was sent forward for trial to the Circuit Criminal Court on 45 separate theft charges this week. At Castlebar District Court on Tuesday the court heard evidence from Sgt Regina Curley that she served the book of evidence on Caroline Barrett, Raith, Aghamore, Co Mayo, earlier that morning outlining the 45 charges of theft from an individual between December 5 2008 and January 21 2012.

Castlebar Golf Club results

Castlebar Golf club was at its very finest condition for the Richard Lyons President’s Prize last Sunday.

Budo Martial Arts students grade successfully

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Over 50 students from the Budo Martial Arts Centre in Kilkenny graded successfully at a recent event in the Watershed Sports Complex.

Judge holds over decision in fatal accident case

Judge Mary Devins this week held over her decision until the December sitting of Claremorris District Court in a case of two men involved in a fatal accident. Both David Duggan and John Costello pleaded guilty to the charges in court in relation to a fatal accident on August 20 2010 outside of Claremorris.

Ballinrobe family receives State apology twenty two years after soldier was killed

The State has issued an apology to the relatives of three victims who were killed by a landmine explosion in the Lebanon 22 years ago.

Pugwash @ Monroe’s Live

PUGWASH, the great Dublin power-pop band, centred around singer-songwriter Thomas Walsh, play Monroe’s Live tonight at 9.30pm.

When the king came to town

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King Edward VII was known as ‘Peacemaker’ for his role in fostering good relations between Britain and France, he was renowned for his politeness and good manners, and throughout the continent he was affectionately called the ‘Uncle of Europe’.

Mooncoin end 28 year drought to take county under 21 title

The boys of Mooncoin put in an excellent performance to claim victory against Erin's Own in the JJ Kavanagh & Sons County Roinn A Under 21 final on Sunday afternoon in Nowlan Park.


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