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Following a sell out show at Roscommon Arts Centre in 2018 and the recent release of her new album ‘Sacred Earth’, Sharon Shannon makes a welcome return to the Arts Centre stage on Saturday, February 16 at 8pm.
This week sees one of the city’s leading agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launch its final auctions of 2016. A hugely successful year for the auction team will culminate in its November 25 auction which features properties throughout Galway city and county, Mayo, Leitrim, Roscommon, and Donegal.
EirGrid has announced the emerging preferred route corridor for the Grid West project. The chosen 1km wide corridor, which will accommodate a new power line, starts north west of Moygownagh, runs west of Ballina, east of Foxford and Swinford, south of Charlestown and Ballaghaderreen before linking into the existing Flagford substation, near Carrick-on-Shannon.
The multi award-winning Landmark Hotel is a four-star Fáilte Ireland-rated hotel in the heart of the beautiful riverside town of Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim.
Thirty cyclists leave Carraroe this morning (Thursday) to cycle more than 300km to Co Louth as part of the 2012 Rose’s Cycle being held in memory of two-year-old Rose Wogan.
The funeral is to take place today in Carrick-on-Shannon of the 20-year-old student who died following a violent assault in Mullingar two days before Christmas.
A night out celebrating turned into a nightmare when a NUI Galway student died as a result of a horrific assault days earlier in Mullingar, Westmeath.
The Odd Hanger are introducing a new concept in shopping to Athlone next week. Following on from events in Sligo, Westport, Carrick on Shannon, and Donegal they are taking their pop-up shop to the Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone where they will be retailing past season Avoca fashions at discounted prices.
Roscommon Mini Marathon
The establishment of a national wetlands park would alleviate flooding from the River Shannon and offer hope to communities in the catchment of the river basin, according to Fine Gael General Election candidate, Deputy Denis Naughten.