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The new Galway City Museum.

New Funding For City Museum and Town Hall Theatre

New Funding For City Museum and Town Hall Theatre

by Ciara Mannion A sum of €300,000  has been assigned to two of Galway’s premier Arts and Cultural Facilities. The funding for Galway City Museum and the Town Hall Theatre is part of  Sean Kyne (Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources)’s Department of Arts and Culture Capital Scheme 2016-2018. The Town Hall

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“Galway Girl” Confirmed For Ed Sheeran’s New Album!

by Aodán Boland Singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran has released the track listings for his third studio album ÷ and it features a song called “Galway Girl”! Sheeran made a comeback last week after a year-long hiatus by releasing two new singles, which both topped the charts globally. He previously revealed that he had written two songs about Galway and

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Hospital Trolley Crisis Continues

Image Source by Ollie Mullins. The trolley crisis at UHG continues week, in the run-up to a planned visit by Health Minister Simon Harris next Monday. Record numbers have been left awaiting admission with the hospital status being almost constantly on ‘code black’ for the last three months. Portiuncula hospital in Ballinasloe is also under

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Daryl Horgan Signs For Preston

Image Source by Aodán Boland Preston North End have announced the signing of Galway man, Daryl Horgan from League of Ireland champions, Dundalk. Horgan signed for Dundalk in December 2013 after spending two seasons at Turners Cross with Cork City. 24-year-old Horgan started his career with Salthill Devon and his brothers, Colm and Kevin are currently

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Repeal in Galway

By Dylan Goodman On Thursday evening, 10th November, Repeal launched a pop-up shop in Nine Crows, a vintage and reworked clothes shop based in Dublin, with a branch in Galway. The launch started at 6pm in both cities and ran until 8pm, with refreshments provided by Desperadoes. Repeal jumpers, shirts and hats were for sale.

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