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Apple's decision to place on the market the 500-acre site, which was due to be home to a major data centre, before it fell foul of planning objections, marks "the latest abandonment" of the east Galway town.
It is the clash of the Gaels when Michael Breathnachs face Oughterard at 1pm on Sunday afternoon in the intermediate county final.
An action-packed weekend in the Galway senior hurling championship saw the contenders for the Tom Callanan Cup narrowed down to eight as four preliminary quarter-finals took centre stage, while Portumna pulled off the shock result of the weekend in demoting Gort down to senior B hurling for 2020.
With third level education costs continuing to spiral in Ireland, the financial pressure of putting a child through college continues to take its toll on household budgets.
Athenry Credit Union is a unique financial service organisation which has successfully operated for over 53 years. At the heart of the credit union is its volunteers. Volunteers give freely of their time to develop and enhance the services of the credit union, which in turn works to support and enhance the development of the community it serves.
A plot of 31.8 acres (12.87ha) of quality agricultural lands, currently in grass and laid out in two large fields, is being offered for sale at Moanbaun, Athenry. There is extensive frontage onto a local access road with single gate access. The lands are fenced with hedgerow boundaries along the roadside and to the rear.
Athenry Industries won their first All Ireland Interfirms title when they defeated Zimmer from Sixmilebridge, Clare, by 1-20 to 1-19 in the recent All Ireland Junior Hurling Final in Duggan Park Ballinasloe.
The picturesque village of Clarinbridge will take its annual step back in time on Saturday September 1, when it once again holds its hugely popular market day. This year's event is expected to be bigger and better than ever before.
Athenry were denied by an outstanding display by Johnstownbridge goalkeeper and captain Tanya Johnson in Saturday's IB All Ireland Intermediate Club Camogie final at St Tiernach’s Park.
The All Ireland club camogie finals involving Sarfields and Athenry will now miss out on playing in Croke Park with the games re-scheduled for this Saturday in St Tiernach’s Park, Clones, in Monaghan.