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Will three be a lucky number for Sinn Féin in June?

Sinn Féin will be running three candidates in East Galway for June’s Local Elections and will be hoping that the results will see Cllr Dermot Connolly joined by more colleagues in County Buildings.

Intensive care following Battery Heights fire

A man remains in intensive care in hospital following a house fire in Battery Heights on Wednesday this week.

Two die in Aughrim horror road crash

A sightseeing trip ended in tragedy for a group of Polish nationals when two men were killed in a crash close to Aughrim on Monday evening.

Making hospital a happier place for children

A fun-filled roadshow together with a group of children’s entertainers will visit young patients in local hospitals next week.

Canalach development continues to sell, despite difficult climate

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Ballinasloe's exciting, modern, architecturally designed Cuil na Canalach development at Pollboy in Ballinasloe, is continuing to experience high levels of buyer interest, and continuing steady levels of sales, despite the general air of doom and gloom surrounding the general economy, and the property market in particular. Cathal O'Malley, director of local development company Comrad Holdings which is developing the project smiles as he notes that it is not entirely unprecedented for Ballinasloe to buck the national trend, remembering how the town thrived during the 80s while the rest of the country experienced recession. 

Join in the Ballinasloe 10k Run/Walk

All are welcome to take part in the Ballinasloe 10k Run/Walk, to take place this Sunday April 5 at 12 noon.

Canalach development continues to sell despite difficult climate

Ballinasloe’s exciting, modern, architecturally designed Cuil na Canalach development at Poolboy in Ballinasloe is continuing to experience high levels of buyer interest, and continuing steady levels of sales, despite the general air of doom and gloom surrounding the general economy, and the property market in particular. Cathal O’Malley, director of local development company Comrad Holdings which is developing the project, notes that it is not entirely unprecedented for Ballinasloe to buck the national trend, remembering how the town thrived during the ‘80s while the rest of the country experienced recession. He hopes that the recent successes experienced in the town with the success of the Carlton Shearwater Hotel, the initiation of construction on the new retail park with Tesco as anchor tenant, and the many other successes of the town will herald another prosperous phase in its development.

Moore welcomes repairs in Creagh

Cllr Ollie Moore has welcomed the action which Roscommon County Council has taken against the contractors Ward & Burke Ltd who were responsible for the laying of pipes for the new sewage scheme in the Creagh, Ballinasloe area. 

Taoiseach to open Athlone to Ballinasloe motorway

It’s not often these days that Taoiseach Brian Cowen gets to deliver good news, so when he was invited to open the new stretch of the N6 motorway from Athlone to Ballinasloe next week, he graciously accepted.

Farmers heckle Taoiseach at road opening

Some 500 farmers hijacked the opening of the Athlone to Ballinasloe section of the M6 yesterday (Thursday) in a protest which was organised by the IFA. It aimed to demonstrate farmers’ anger at the Government for the closing off of the REPS 4 (Rural Environment Protection Scheme) and proposed cuts in funding for the development of rural areas in the Midlands and West.

 

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