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A public meeting to explore “a permanent and lasting solution” to the recurring flooding problem at Moneymore, Oranmore, takes place tonight.(Thursday)
Maree continue their progress in the men’s basketball National League following a well-deserved 71 - 46 victory over Portlaoise in the Calasanctius Gym.
Renville Court is a quaint development nestled in the scenic surroundings of the Galway Bay Golf and Country Club, located only five minutes from Oranmore village and within easy access of Galway city centre. The development comprises detached homes and terraced townhouses within small courtyards.
The final section of the M6 motorway, linking Ballinasloe and Galway, is to be opened this morning (Friday) by Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey.
Team Loftus Recycling maintained their unbeaten home record in Ballina Sports and Leisure Centre on Saturday night when they recorded a hard earned 85 to 74 victory over Titans from Galway in the league. On Saturday, Loftus Recycling are at home again, in the National League, when they host Maree, Oranmore, in repeat of the epic Cup battle between the sides in the Cup quarter final, tip off is down for 7.30pm and it is sure to be a hard fought encounter between the two Connacht sides. In the National Cup, Loftus Recycling will have to travel to Cork on the weekend of January 16/17 for their semifinal. Standing in their way of a cup final appearance is UCC Demons. The cup semifinals for both the Super League and the senior men’s cup are being brought back to Cork this year to celebrate 25 years of the Neptune Stadium. The old hall has seen many a great night down through the years and this year’s semifinals will surely bring back some of those memories.
A man charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a woman at Oranmore was refused bail when he was brought before Galway District Court on Monday.
Underage basketball in Oranmore-Maree and its environs continues to thrive as evidenced by a successul festive season.
Looking back over a year that has received so much dark and depressing comment it seems to me that the food and restaurant business in and around Galway did a good job in 2009, and in fact expanded in many cases. Also the quality and value available to us the punters has been going in the right direction, lots of early bird menus, mid week offers, free bottle of wine with takeaways over €40, coffees down to a more acceptable €2 in many places, wine list prices being revised downwards, etc. As regards the quality I think that places like The Twelve in Barna, Sheridan’s on the Docks, Artisan in Quay Street, The g Hotel, and Abalone are all producing serious food and most of them have special deals if you give them a call. Places like Basilico in Oranmore, while only in business less than two years, continue to pack the customers in with great prices and great food. Most takeaways are reporting an increase in business.
There is no doubt that 2009 was one of the most difficult years experienced by many in all sectors, not least the property market, but the latter part of 2009 brought some more encouraging signs in the property market with a very respectable number of sales being achieved.
The body of a young Galway woman discovered in Cameroon almost a week ago, was flown home to Ireland yesterday.