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On Saturday night the curtain will come down on the Mayo GAA U21 A football championship with a mouthwatering clash between the defending champions Westport and south Mayo men Claremorris.
Local organisation Future Athenry Looking Group (FLAG) has hit back at comments made by councillor Pete Roche about the disused Athenry to Sligo rail line.
Bus Eireann Expressway has announced the introduction of a new and improved timetable on the Route 20/X20 from Galway -Athlone-Dublin City-Dublin Airport. The service came into effect on Sunday, July 29.
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring opened the Kilmeena Road Realignment Scheme last Friday, comprising of 2.6km of single carriageway road and approximately 1km of cycleway, this latest section of improvements along the N59 Westport to Mulranny road was completed by PJ Carey (Contractors) Ltd.
The National Transport Authority (NTA), An Gardaí Síochána and public transport operators have outlined the comprehensive transportation plan and road closure system to be put in place for the Visit of Pope Francis.
The National Transport Authority’s Leap Card is available in Galway on Bus Éireann city services. Customers can choose an adult, student, or child Leap Card for better value and more convenient travelling, and no need for cash on board.
Westmeath County Council’s tourism officer, Una Doris, and Athlone Castle’s Carmel Duffy have been awarded for their completion of Fáilte Ireland’s regional tourism and revenue management programmes.
Claremorris Chamber of Commerce has called on the Government to sanction the planned motorway between Galway and Mayo in its forthcoming capital spending plan. Ahead of the opening of the €550 million Gort-Tuam motorway, the business group said plugging Mayo into the motorway network would be a huge boost for regional development.
Ground investigation works on the N59 Galway to Clifden road are due to begin by the start of October, with the work taking place between Bunakill and Maam Cross, after what one Galway TD called "painfully slow" progress.