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Monroe’s chock full of acts for Arts Festival

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A vibrant line-up of artists will perform at Monroe’s Live over the Galway International Arts Festival until Sunday, July 28.

Concern grows at €75m Crown site fit-out costs

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The figure emerged at a meeting of Galway city councillors this week after the city chief executive appeared to pour cold water on expectations that part of the existing City Hall site on College Road will be redeveloped for social and affordable housing after the move.

Planned €12m Salthill swimming pool “not for swimming”

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When is a swimming pool not for swimming? When it is a multi-million euro renovation project to re-open an old tidal swimming spot in Salthill, obviously.

Get ready for the 13th annual Galway Garden Festival at Claregalway Castle

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Claregalway Castle welcomes everyone to the annual Galway Garden Festival on Saturday and Sunday July 6 and 7 from 11am to 6pm. This charming event has something for all, including a wonderful gathering of Ireland's best rare and special plant traders, expert speakers, artisan food and craft producers, as well as a host of musical entertainment and open-air performance.

Galway charity shop wins Team of the Year award

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Vincent’s charity shop in Westside, Galway has won the Team of the Year award in the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP) West Region.

Dive into Leech’s Cold Sea at Monroe’s

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Songwriter Oisín Leech, one half of folk duo The Lost Brothers, will perform at Monroe’s Live on Saturday, July 20, at 7.30pm, as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.

Councillors count their blessings in city count centre

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Count centres are like catnip for political reporters: we just can’t resist visiting them. And politicians – usually button-lipped around pol corrs – tend to want to chat about everything under the sun when ballots are being sorted, as the uniquely democratic adrenalin of fear and anticipation courses through their party-political veins.

Soda Blonde dreams big for birthday bash

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The Róisín Dubh will celebrate its 20th birthday next week with a performance by one its management’s favourite bands, Soda Blonde.

Killing babies makes for Unspeakable Conversations at arts festival

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The controversial US film maker Michael Moore once said the purpose of art is to make you feel uncomfortable, “or at least to go to that place that's already of discomfort inside you, and tap into that.”

 

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