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First day at school for new councillors

 

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard expecting a busy auction day tomorrow

Leading property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is expecting a large turnout at its May auction tomorrow, with the usual mix of both residential and commercial properties appealing to a broad spectrum of interested buyers.

€4m Athlone-Mullingar Greenway to create 80 new jobs

€4m Athlone-Mullingar Greenway project to create 80 new jobs in region

The new greenway project between Athlone and Mullingar will see the two towns joined by a €4 million project that will create an estimated 80 jobs in the region.

Interest levels are high for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's open viewings

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Leading Galway property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is reporting unmatched levels of interest at open viewings for its May 30 auctions in The Radisson Hotel, which will see a total of 13 lots go to the auction floor.

Lessons to be learned from Mount Leinster Rangers win

Carlow champions Mount Leinster Rangers have certainly done their bit to put Carlow hurling on the map having been deservedly crowned Leinster club champions last Sunday.

Caulry can make the most of second chance once again

Caulry needed a late Peter Smyth point to salvage a draw in a game that neither side deserved to lose. Having trailed for much of the game Francie Grehan’s side drew level on the three-quarter mark through the ever-reliable Peter Smyth. This followed a break in play of 20 minutes following a clash of heads between two Malachy’s players, one of whom had to be hospitalised.

Council to hand over Westmeath’s water services to centralised body

Westmeath County Council is to lose its responsibilities for water services from January 1 as the State centralises these under a single body called Irish Water (IW).

Galway audiences should see rare stage production of The Quiet Man

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One of the most remarkable theatrical performances of the summer in the west was the Abbey Acts’ production of The Quiet Man, held in the unusual location of a goods shed at an abandoned railway station. However, it provided the catalyst for a string of performances which captured the imagination of Quiet Man fans and drama afficionados and saw the production being brought this weekend to An Taibhdhearc in Galway

Plunkett’s and Castletown set up novel county final

The county senior hurling final which is fixed for October 13 is set to be one of the most eagerly awaited in years thanks in no small part to St Oliver Plunkett’s shock win over hot favourites Clonkill last weekend.

 

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