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Woodquay green area needs a clean up says Fahy

The green area opposite the Dyke Road car park could be turned into a wonderful public park but first a clean up of the area is badly needed.

Take part in fun walk and help local charities

Don your walking shoes on Sunday and help raise vital funds for 11 local charities. That is the message from Merlin Park Hospital Walkers and Friends which will hold its 10th anniversary five mile charity fun walk.

GoBus teams up with Let’s Do It Galway to support Volvo Ocean Race

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GoBus and Let’s Do It Galway have joined forces to support the Volvo Ocean Race with the launch of a specifically branded Volvo Ocean Race GoBus coach - the only one of its kind in the country.

Henry Kenny calls for local road improvements in light of recent accidents

Following two serious car accidents in Mayo last weekend Councillor Henry Kenny has called on Mayo County Council to implement safety measures at the Prizon Road, Balla adjoining the N60 at a junction at Drimadoon. Cllr Kenny said: “In light of a recent and sad fatal accident, there is a definite need to upgrade and improve safety measures at this junction.” Furthermore, he is calling on the council to improve the road surface at Coyne’s Corner on the Westport Road at Ballymacragh, Castlebar. This is following a number of recent accidents.

Mortimer to captain Mayo

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Mortimer appointed Mayo captain

Connacht Ladies GAA Fixtures

Connacht Ladies Fixtures

Green Dragon gets a taste of home in Boston

Supporting businesses of the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Galway have now passed the 100 mark as the fleet prepares for the in-port racing duel in Boston on Saturday.

Galway student’s play to be staged at Cork festival

NUI, Galway student Róisín Stack, has had her play Trollied selected by Triantán Theatre Company as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival which runs from June 13 to 28..

US laws would favour Old Mervue residents

US legislation requires real estate agents and sellers of any building built before 1978 to declare knowledge of lead hazards to prospective buyers. The situation in Old Mervue shows the same laws should apply in Ireland.

More community schemes needed to tackle unemployment

Community employment schemes are not a panacea to job losses and the recession, but increasing the number of such schemes in Galway “would certainly alleviate some of the hardship” people are now experiencing.

 

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