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Just before Christmas Britain’s Transport secretary announced a massive £6bn fund to help tackle potholes and improve local roads over the next six years. This is the kind of planning that we should be seeing here as our economy recovers, writes Padraic Deane.
The Dean Crowe is set to celebrate the Summer Solstice with its third fair this Saturday June 21. The Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre has been delighted to play host to a wonderful number of extremely talented local arts and crafts merchants since its first foray into holding fairs last Christmas. This is hoped to continue through the summer months and attract a wider catchment of potential buyers by targeting the tourists who will visit Athlone in their thousands this season.
The Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre, Athlone will host a summer solstice fair on Saturday June 21.
Irish Water has announced details of its metering roll-out in Mayo which will see the first water meter installations commence in Castlebar in the week commencing October 21.
The HSE is warning that deaths in people aged 75 years and over can rise by up to 60 per cent more during hot spells.
A and T Printing, Colas Group, Galway Turkeys, MAPs Ltd and the Marine Institute / Foras na Mara were among 40 private and public sector organisations to receive awards this week from the Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry TD.
A new solid fuel carbon tax will come into effect across the country in five days’ time on Wednesday May 1, when a new excise duty will be laid on solid fuels, such as coal and peat. The new duty which is being administered by the Revenue Commissioners will make those who first supply the fuel in the State responsible for collection; this will be either the wholesaler who brings in the fuel to Ireland, or the retailer who sources their own supply from outside the State.
Bronzallure is an innovative made in Italy brand whose base is crafted in bronze, a metal that has been recently introduced into the jewellery world but has had a glorious past in art, architecture, and sculpture. Milor, as an innovator of trends and developer of metal blending techniques, has reinterpreted the material to create beautiful feminine and sophisticated jewels in 18ct rose gold over bronze.
Families across the Galway region should reserve a few hours for the ‘Deireadh an Fomhair’ celebrations at Coole Park during the October Bank Holiday weekend. The line-up of events commences on Sunday October 28 with a multitude of activities to appeal to children collectively known as ‘Spooky Stuff For Kids’. Spooky Stuff For Kids consists of smelly spell cocktail and stick skeleton making, with an eerily themed scavenger hunt to finish the day. Children are invited to arrive bedecked in a Halloween costume but they do not have to dress up. The fun begins at 2.30pm and ends at 4pm.