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Major funding afforded to Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme

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HSE decision marks end of era for St. Brigid’s Hospital

The inclusion of €1.3m in the HSE service plan for 2020 to provide two high support hostels for ten residents with intellectual disabilities has been welcomed by local TD, Denis Naughten.

Dragons set for B’sloe Vision For Growth event

Following on from the successful ‘Future Business Trends’ event held during the summer, The Pulse Club is hosting another event, Vision For Growth – Ballinasloe 2020 is hosting another event, on the evening of Thursday December 5 in the Shearwater.

LEONARDO 500 in Ballinasloe

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THIS YEAR marks the quincentenary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, and a new exhibition will feature writing, paintings, photography, textiles, ceramics, and sculpture inspired by his work.

Ballinasloe Cancer Support Centre elects new Chairperson

The Ballinasloe Cancer Support Centre has elected Mr. Jackie Brien to fulfil the role of committee Chairperson.

‘Promises Promises’ a must see play at Backstage at The Snug Bar

Promises, Promises’ premiered last week Backstage at The Snug Bar. Audiences could not hold back the laughter as local playwright, Margaret McKenna Mullan, brought her old cantankerous and cunning character ‘Rosaleen’ to life in a priceless performance.

Greenway project office gives an opportunity to involve landowners in design process, says Cannon

East Galway TD Ciaran Cannon has welcomed confirmation that the Athlone to Galway greenway office is to be based in Ballinasloe.

Paddy Keane & Co public auction notice

Paddy Keane & Co will be holding a public auction at Gullanes Hotel, Ballinasloe on Friday August 23 at 4pm.

Grateful Oranmore family to travel Route 66 for meningitis and cancer charities

In September 2020 the Folan family from Oranmore with friends, will take on the challenge of travelling the iconic Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles, USA. They do so with the aim of benefitting two local charities which have helped them overcome adversity.

Expanding business into Heartlands region may reduce wage bills

Local Minister, Deputy Denis Naughten, has called on Dublin based companies looking to expand to consider creating jobs in Ireland’s Heartlands which offers employees a better lifestyle with lower costs, while remaining accessible to Dublin.

 

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