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Town Mayor embraces possible light at end of COVID-19 tunnel

Speaking with the Athlone Advertiser this week, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, expressed his aspiration that a chink of light is now emerging following the planned phased lockdown exit announcement.

Seeing light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel

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Mary Tierney has a hand sanitiser and a notice appealing to visitors to wash their hands attached to her front door at her home in Castlegar.

Salmon Weir pedestrian bridge should instead by used for public transport

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A Fianna Fáil candidate is calling for the proposed new pedestrian bridge over the River Corrib to be instead used for vehicles, especially for public transport, and for the Salmon Weir Bridge to become pedestrianised.

€350,000 for flood mitigation works and coastal protection scheme in Carraholly

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Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring, has announced that €358,787 has been allocated by the Government to Mayo County Council for flood mitigation works and a coastal protection scheme at Carraholly.

Company fined after fatal accident at Corrib Gas Tunnel site

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On Tuesday in the Castlebar Circuit Criminal Court, Judge Rory McCabe imposed a fine of €300,000 on Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG. The company, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG, pleaded guilty to an offence under Section 12 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, contrary to Section 77(2) and Regulation 31(b) of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations, 2007.

GMIT construction conference to hear 2017 output expected to grow 20 per cent

The annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference will take place at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday March 7, from 9am. Hosted by the GMIT Department of Building and Civil Engineering it is the largest annual gathering of its kind in the west of Ireland, bringing together architects, engineers, surveyors, contractors and academics to discuss matters of interest in the built environment.

Early 2016 start for Belmullet sewage scheme

Irish Water has advised the Belmullet wastewater and sewage treatment scheme is set to proceed to tender in the coming months with construction on the project expected to begin in the first quarter of 2016.

Help is at hand for those leaking roofs

The past three months of unusually prolonged high winds accompanied by heavy rain have exposed faults in roofing right across the country. Traditional roofs just cannot cope with weather extremes.

Galway householders pass septic tank test

Galway has second highest pass rate in septic tank inspections.

Cautious optimism from construction sector at GMIT conference

The over-riding message from the 4th annual Construction Management Conference in GMIT this week was one of cautious optimism for the industry, and a broad welcome for the new range of regulations.

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