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Man who fled €4,000 penthouse without paying set to avoid jail

One of a group of people who fled without paying for a €4,000-a-night penthouse suite in the Radisson Blu Hotel will avoid a prison sentence if he does community service. Gideon Osagiede (22), Flat 1,...

Judge dismisses parking prosecutions due to glitch in law

Dozens of parking summonses have been either struck out or adjourned at Galway District Court due to a glitch in the legislation. Judge Alan Mitchell gave lawyers for Galway City Council the opportunity to prove...
Charlie Adley

Sleeps helps – if you know you’ve actually had some!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Here I am, wide awake in bed. Is it Tuesday? Which bed is this? How does water break? Was I ever well? Where am I? Oh yeh, I’m visiting my mother....
Cass McCombs will play the Róisín Dubh on January 21.

Uniquely talented Cass McCombs for Galway concert

The superb American songwriter Cass McCombs comes to the city’s Róisín Dubh venue on Saturday, January 21. Mangy Love, which he released last year, was his eighth studio album.  The record was on the ANTI...
Tim Sniffen

Over the Edge readers cover broad spectrum

The Featured Readers in January’s Over the Edge; Open Reading at Galway City Library are  Tim Sniffen, Vinny Steed and Helena Kilty. This reading, which will take place on Thursday next, January 19, from...
The winner of Hospitals Arts Trust poetry award will have their work displayed on UHG's Arts Corridor as part of the long-running series, Poems for Patience, which in the past has included Seamus Heaney among others.

Poems for Patience annual competition

Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust is seeking entries again for its annual poetry competition. Poems entered in the competition should be no more than 30 lines long and they must be the original work of...


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