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Town continue unbeaten run in Wexford stalemate


Quarter century of bangers from Connemara

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Raidió na Gaeltachta might not be what first springs to mind when you think of alternative, electronic music, but Cian Ó Cíobháin has been quietly – and sometimes loudly – banging out obscure or forgotten classics from its Connemara studio for 25 years.

Deserved plaudits as Rosemount Amateur Drama Group complete sold out run

Following a sold out five night run in Tuar Ard Arts Centre Moate, Rosemount Amateur Drama Group received deserved plaudits for their production of ‘Nobody’s Talking To Me’.

Every community needs a Martin Horgan

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As was the norm, the last time I spoke with Martin Horgan, one of us was either coming or going to a football pitch. Trudging off with a bag of balls, shoving singlets into a box, making some arrangement for the pushing of some project or others, the complexion of sporting satisfaction evident in our visage. Perhaps because it was always in places like that that we encountered each other, my memories are so precious and so sad. Pitches were a playground in our youth, and in our more mature years, they still represent a leap from the reality of life. Perhaps that is why I love them so much. That reality hit home this week when Martin passed away, his death sending shockwaves throughout the sporting community in Galway and his wide circle of family and friends.

BIG LOVE for Monroe’s Live tomorrow

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Fresh from playing the prestigious Other Voices music trail in Dingle, Dublin band BIG LOVE bring their alternative indie-rock sound to Monroe’s tomorrow, Friday, at 10pm.

Galway prepare for Tyrone after Connacht title success

Galway senior footballers successfully defended the Connacht championship crown for the first time in 20 years on Sunday in Castlebar.

Galway footballers face telling test in Armagh

Padraic Joyce and his team travel to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh on Saturday evening for a rematch of 2022’s game of the year.

Get along to Renmore Panto from tonight and support a key part of the city’s cultural history

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A tradition that goes back more than four decades continues today when the Renmore Pantomime Society take to the stage for their 42nd production, with the magical and timeless tale of Cinderella.

Renmore Pantomime returns after two years

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The Renmore Pantomime Society are delighted to be back for their 42nd production, with the magical and timeless tale of Cinderella.

Mother left stranded following 'school bus fiasco'

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Joanne is a full time carer for her young son Cadan, who suffers from Jacobsens Syndrome and requires round the clock care from his family and nursing staff. For Joanne, the bus system which took her eldest son Cian to and from school, was a life saver.


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