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The Architecture at the Edge Festival will take place in Galway and Mayo this weekend. The festival, designed to help citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, will feature a weekend of online lectures, interviews, exhibitions, and panel discussions - all live and all free.
Athlone Credit Union has generously donated €5,250 to the Kiltoom Community Development Company (KCDL) towards the development of the Sensory Garden and Community Car Park at Ballybay.
Current use of the facilities within the Portlick Forest amenity is a source of much discontent for members of the local scout group management committee, the secretary of which, John Butler, informed the Athlone Advertiser this week.
Passenger numbers have collapsed by 90 per cent over the summer months at Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK) and the airport's chairman, Arthur French, has called for urgent action by the Government to address this collapse.
The Dutch Ambassador to Ireland will be one of the guest speakers at a lunchtime webinar on Thursday from 1pm to 2pm organised by Galway Cycling Campaign.
With thousands of students expected to arrive in Galway City over the next few days in preparation for the start of the new academic year, health authorities have said that they are looking at creating pop-up test centres in anticipation of the expected demand for tests in the coming weeks.
Plans for the provision of a new co-working hub in Athlone have made initial progress following the recent announcement that a sum totalling €90,000 under the Just Transition Fund will go towards an in-depth feasibility study to determine its future.
Galway has been designated as a landing location for international telecommunications cables with increased availability of terrestrial networks across the country enabling this. Farice, which is fully owned by the Icelandic Government and currently owns and operates two submarine cables that connect Iceland to Northern Europe, has been undertaking preparatory work for a new submarine fibre cable from Iceland to Europe via Galway since early 2019.
Approximately six months has been added to the treatment waiting list for orthodontics, the Regional Health Forum was told this week.
Irish aerosol drug delivery firm Aerogen has announced its support for Galway International Arts Festival’s Galway 2020 project, John Gerrard’s Mirror Pavilion structure, which can currently be seen on Claddagh Quay.