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M6 and the cities — end of the road

Right folks, get a good sleep on ya, pack a bag of food, get some small change, make sure there’s something good on the radio ‘cos a lot of you are going to have the ride of your lives this weekend.

By Claire O’Brien

The final section of the M6 motorway, linking Ballinasloe and Galway, is to be opened this morning (Friday) by Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey.

Have your say on county arts plan

From January 2010, Westmeath County Council is embarking on a series of public consultation meetings for the new Westmeath Arts Plan 2010-2016, which is currently in draft stage.

Bishop Drennan announces new diocesan appointments

Most Reverend Martin Drennan, the Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and the apostolic administrator of Kilfenora, has made the following diocesan appointments with effect from Friday January 1 2010.

Castlebar councillors want urgent roads meeting

The members of the Castlebar electoral area committee decided to bring their next meeting of the committee forward to as soon as possible once the council have been notified of their roads grants for the year from central government. Fianna Fáil Councillor Al McDonnell brought up the state of the roads since the cold snap, which has resulted in a large number of potholes around the area.

Create your dream home with SBA Home Ideas

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Travelling along the M6, have you ever noticed a sign for SBA Home Ideas? Boasting Athlone’s largest furniture selection, SBA Home Ideas at Moydrum Road, Athlone is home to a fantastic 1,800 sq m furniture showroom which now also incorporates Bright Ideas lighting showroom.

Create your dream home with SBA Home Ideas

Travelling along the M6, have you ever noticed a sign for SBA Home Ideas? Boasting Athlone’s largest furniture selection, SBA Home Ideas at Moydrum Road, Athlone is home to a fantastic 1,800 sq m furniture showroom which now also incorporates Bright Ideas lighting showroom.

Bannon walk-out in protest at flood failure

Local Fine Gael TD James Bannon walked out of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Heritage & Local Government on Tuesday, in protest at the Government’s failure to set up a river Shannon authority to ensure that flooding will not devastate housing, farming, business, and tourism in the Midlands again.

 

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