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Enjoy spacious living in Connemara

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Once in a rare while a luxury home such as this will appear on the market. The aura of comfort and excellence is evident throughout this stunning residence which is just 1.8 miles from the bustling village of Spiddal with its excellent amenities including beaches, restaurants, and schools.

Trains for internationals

Special trains will be running from Dublin to Galway for the upcoming soccer and rugby internationals.

Information evening at the IiBC Centre, GMIT

An information evening will be being held on Thursday November 26 in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) Castlebar from 5pm to 8pm. People are welcome to call in at any time.

EirGrid to spend €310m in Midlands region as part of Grid25

EirGrid, the operator of the national grid, will brief major stakeholders in Mullingar on their planned €310 million investment in electricity infrastructure in the Midlands region. This investment is part of the Grid25 strategy. The speaker on the day will be manager of Grid implementation, Aidan Corcoran. The event will be held in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Tuesday November 24 at 8am.

Ballina Town clinch title after eight goal haul

Ballina Town claimed the Tom Kelly trophy at home on Sunday thanks to an 8-1 win over Fahy Rovers in Pete Murray Park. Brendan Kenny's side's 14th win of the season was wrapped up thanks to five goals from star striker Michael Duffy, two from Brendan Lavelle and a single strike from Ross Kenny. Town went through the season unbeaten at home and picked up 44 points from their 18 games to claim the title after knocking at the door for the past couple of seasons.

Crowe labels Ó Brolcháin Seanad appointment ‘a betrayal of the electorate’

Niall Ó Brolcháin’s political career has been dramatically resurrected following his appointment to Seanad Éireann, but it has come in for stinging criticism from Fianna Fáil councillor Ollie Crowe, who said it was “a betrayal of the electorate”.

Family Resource Centres receive positive support from politicians and public

The four Family Resource Centres based in Westmeath and Longford have welcomed the high level of political and public support they have received for the campaign to prevent their closure in the forthcoming budget. However, they have said that – ultimately – the countdown to December 9 will be critical in determining the future of Family Resource Centres around the country, and they have called for continued support for their campaign over the coming weeks.

Athlone-based Teleflex wins prestigious medical award Athlone-based Teleflex wins prestigious medica

Athlone-based medical device company, Teleflex Medical, received the gold award in the Shared Service category at the third Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA) Excellence Awards last Thursday night, November 12. Supported by Enterprise Ireland and IDA, the awards were held at Dromoland Castle, Co Clare.

Leitir Móir’s success overshadowed by local tragedies

Just two weekends ago the Naomh Anna Leitir Móir football club brought a great sense of happiness, unity, and pride to their locality by winning the Connacht intermediate final for the first time in the club’s history.

Students learn about financial planning

Almost 1,000 secondary school students nationwide will learn about topics such as financial planning and budgeting, credit, saving, insurance and how to protect themselves from identity theft as they take part in a Bank of Ireland financial literacy programme.

 

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