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Athlone to welcome 15,000 spectators for ninth triAthlone


Flood fears recede in Athlone as south takes brunt of latest storms

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Fears for a repeat of the devastating floods of late 2009 receded this week after the south of the country took the brunt of the bad weather thus taking the pressure off Athlone.

Flood fears abate as river levels drop

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Council officials moved yesterday, January 9, to reassure residents in flood-prone areas of Athlone that levels in the Shannon are not now expected to rise to levels which may threaten homes.

Athlone’s Luan Fest is finally here

Finally - after months of preparing Luan Fest is here!

Elite event returns to Ireland as athletes arrive for triAthlone

An exciting sporting weekend is in store for Athlone, with the return of Elite triathlon to the town and the arrival of 1,500 athletes to participate in the weekend’s events.

Cycle corridor could see new bridge over Shannon

Athlone could see its fourth river crossing built since 1989 as part of the new Athlone-Mullingar cycle route.

Local car dealership comes to assistance of sub aqua club

A County Roscommon Volkswagen dealership has come to the aid of one of the country’s best known sports clubs. Lough Ree Sub Aqua Club, based on the River Shannon at Lanesborough suffered a devastating fire to their premises, which caused over a hundred thousand euros in damage to the club house and equipment.

RNLI gives go-ahead for lifeboat trial on Lough Ree

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The RNLI is to trial an inshore lifeboat on one of the biggest loughs on the River Shannon. At a recent meeting of the RNLI Board of Trustees the decision was taken to place an inshore lifeboat on Lough Ree for at least 12 months to assess whether a permanent lifeboat station should be established.

Get away from it all at the Lakeside hotel and leisure centre

The Lakeside hotel and Leisure Centre is the ideal base for your autumn or winter getaway. The twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina span the River Shannon at the southern point of Lough Derg. With a vast array of activities on land and water, historic sites and a bustling nightlife, Killaloe has long been Ireland's secret vacation destination. And being only one and a half hours drive from Galway city it is closer than you think

Inistioge vintage rally kicks off on the Nore

Heritage cargo boats will sail up the Nore valley on a rising tide from New Ross this weekend as they did for hundreds of years before the road and rail networks made them redundant.


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