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Prior to the coronavirus restrictions, Insider had been attending the An Bord Pleanála oral hearings at the g Hotel, examining evidence, for and against, the building a new city bypass. However, due to the coronavirus, the hearings have ben postponed until at least April 8.
Former Irish Times Environment correspondent Frank McDonald said that Galway was Ireland’s answer to Carmageddon, and likened it to Atlanta, America’s capital of sprawl, when he made a lengthy submission to the Galway City Ring Road oral hearing, which is being held at the g Hotel in the city.
Having celebrated the centenary of the first ever trans-Atlantic flight last year, Clifden will tomorrow (Friday) welcome back the pioneering pilots behind that feat, Alcock and Brown. And this time it’s forever.
Oh, so much to talk about, so much to discuss. So where do we begin?
Despite the constant Brexit talk on radio and television, and the miles of column inches in the press, one thing is never mentioned – it seems virtually impossible to leave the EU.
President of the Irish Road Haulage Association, Verona Murphy has called on industry bodies and political commentators to exercise high levels of sensitivity in their public comments on Brexit in the coming weeks. In particular the IRHA President said that any alarmist or incendiary remarks will be seized upon by those driving for a hard Brexit in the UK.
The statue of Alcock and Brown at London's Heathrow airport was this week moved from its home at Heathrow over to Clifden to mark the centenary of the first non-stop transatlantic flight from North America to Europe.
Bridewell Brewery from Clifden and Galway Hooker from Oranmore are among the exhibitors for The Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair 2019, Ireland’s largest craft drinks gathering, which will take place in the Convention Centre Dublin next month.
The sight of the politicians gathering for their annual ‘think-ins’ is one of the signs the summer is over. As with the country as a whole, the Government has had a generally good summer with a post-referendum boost and generally strong economic performance to buoy it. However, the autumn will bring its challenges and it may not all be plain sailing.