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Oranmore Arts Festival gives voice to female artists for Culture Night

Oranmore Arts Festival are presenting a special online music experience next month for Culture Night, featuring three incredible female voices in Bean/She.Outstanding young artists...

Fleadh 2020 is unmissable – despite cancellation of official festival

Fleadh Ceoil na hÉireann was set to take place in Mullingar this year, but despite the pandemic and the fleadh being put off until...

Song of the Week: Rock like its the 90s with Aboutmeemo

This week’s song of the week is Far Away by Aboutmeemo, a solo project from Italian singer-songwriter, Mimmo Ripa that brings the best of...

Bury Me With My Money show elegant simplicity with a synthesizer

This week’s song of the week is Bleeding Out by Bury Me With My Money, from their debut EP, Karosi. Bleeding Out is driven...

Galway singer-songwriter Niamh Regan releases new teaser for debut album

Galway singer-songwriter Niamh Regan has long been eulogised as one of Ireland’s most promising folk talents, and now she’s ready to leap to the...

Undercover Martians transport you to a bar room gig with Wandering Eye

This new weekly series aims to highlight both up and coming and established Galway artists. Each week I will be selecting a local track...
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Nine Galway players nominated as PwC football and hurling All-Stars

Nine Galway players have made the cut as nominees for the 2020 PwC Hurling and Football All-Stars announced this week.Seven Galway GAA hurling players...

COVID-19: Slight decline in number of ICU patients in Galway

The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 in Galway has increased slightly according to the latest figures, but ICU figures show improvement.There were...

Easing of driving licence application and renewal for over 70s extended

The exemption for over 70s from presenting a medical report when applying for or renewing a driving licence has been extended due to the...

Man sentenced to six years for life-changing city centre assaults

A Loughrea man was sentenced to six years in prison, of which he will serve at least four and half years, for a pair...