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With the 2010 Mayo Stages Rally only a matter of weeks away, excitement is building as the final touches are put in place in the run-up to this year’s event which takes place on the week-end of March 13-14. The rally is one of the biggest sporting attractions in the region each year, attracting many thousands of visitors, and bringing valuable revenue to the region. After a number of very successful years based in Castlebar, it’s all change for 2010, with the rally moving to Claremorris and a new rally headquarters in the McWilliam Park Hotel.
The many friends of artist John ffrench, in Ireland, the United States, and around the world, will have heard the news of his death on Friday (January 22) at the age of 81, with a deep sense of loss.
There have been calls made for a Castlebar town residents’ association which would lobby the town council on vital issues which are of concern to estates. The umbrella association would represent the needs of all streets and housing estates in Castlebar.
The Safety Direct Galway International Rally, which will take place from January 16 to 18, is expected to give a €3.6 million shot in the arm to the local economy.
One of the more popular events among nationwide rallying enthusiasts, The Safety Direct Galway International Rally, takes place this weekend.
During a recent economic stimulus workshop which was attended by Westport town councillors, a number of positive proposals were discussed in order to generate a boost to the locality during these bleak national economic times.
James McGreal did on Sunday what he has been threatening to do for a while — he took overall victory on a round of Mayo and District Motorsport Club’s Loose Surface Autocross. It marks a significant milestone for the popular Foxford man, a long time competitor and Mayo Motorsport Club stalwart, who counts the 2000 Border Rally Championship title among his many achievements. Only last year he had feared that his days of competing might have been over after sustaining a back injury following an accident on the Galway International Rally.
Fianna Fail Councillor Joe Malone raised the issue of women and children begging on the streets in Kilkenny in recent times at this month’s meeting of Kilkenny Borough Council.
Top motorsport cars, teams, and enthusiasts are expected to roll into town and burn rubber during the Mór Oil Galway Summer Rally 2009 which was officially launched at the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry, last Friday, August 7.
In January 1893 the board of guardians of Galway Poor Law Union decided to establish a technical school, but the plan ran into immediate difficulties. The Local Government Board objected because they had not been consulted, and it took a year for the matter to be sorted out. The moving spirit behind the project was Father PJ Lally, who succeeded in getting money from the Government and secured a premises in Dominick Street (where Áras na nGael is today).