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Let it flow - ESB move to ease Athlone water levels


‘Galway is the future and I like living in the future’

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Galway’s arts scene has long thrived on the input of countless cultured ‘blow-ins’ who landed here from near and far, and then enriched us all with their creative endeavours. New Yorker John Farrell, who has just relocated to Galway, is well equipped to carry on that honoured tradition and indeed he is relishing the prospect of doing so.

Electric and plug-in hybrid cars are becoming increasingly popular

Electric and plug-in hybrid cars are becoming increasingly popular with more models to choose from than ever before. There are now over 1,200 public access charge points available across Ireland; however the process of charging an electric car is quite different to putting fuel in a normal petrol or diesel-powered car.

Mayo people recall rural electrification in new book

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The stories of six Mayo people feature prominently in a new book recalling memories of the roll-out of the rural electrification scheme across the country 70 years ago this month.

Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline voted Engineering Project of the Year

The Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline has been voted Engineering Project of the Year, it has been announced. The Corrib Gas Field, approximately 83km off the coast of Mayo, has become a critical piece of national infrastructure that will produce much of Ireland’s future gas supplies over the next 15 to 20 years. It is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the State’s history, costing approximately €3.5 billion and will contribute some €6 billion to Ireland’s GDP.

Moran welcomes trials to lower water levels in Lough Allen

Longford-Westmeath Independent TD Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has welcomed a commitment given by Minister Séan Canney regarding the lowering of lake levels at Lough Allen.

Athlone man’s innovation wins Ireland’s first-ever energy hackathon

An Athlone man has claimed the top spot at Ireland’s first-ever energy hackathon after his team won the best innovative solution.

Burke calls for action on hedge cutting rules

Senator Paddy Burke is urging Minister Heather Humphreys to progress hedge-cutting legislation, which will bring forward the cutting start date to August, in order to make rural roads safer.

Fianna Fáil launches new Bill to help tackle River Shannon flooding

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on OPW and Flood Relief, Deputy Eugene Murphy, has launched a Bill to help address flooding issues along the River Shannon.

Salthill's Burren Mount Hotel inspires epic electronica album

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THE BURREN MOUNT Hotel in Salthill has long exercised fascination on, and prompted speculation within, the public mind, but also on artists, having been portrayed by painter Jennifer Cunningham, and more recently through a musical interpretation by The Cube Of Unknowing.


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