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Cllr Colette Connolly says the decision to vary the City Development Plan and rezone recreational and amenity-zoned lands to facilitate the replacement of the Kirwan Roundabout to a signalized junction will not in any way solve the traffic problems in the city. Without any reference to priority being given to public transport the project simply permits a 15 per cent increase in the throughput of traffic, whereas the objective of the Galway Transport Strategy is to get more people using public transport and not facilitate private vehicular traffic.
Mayo AC went over the border through the fog to Tuam on Sunday for the National Intermediate and Masters Cross Country championships. Tuam AC hosted the event at the Palace Grounds Park with the assistance of local clubs. They did an excellent job overall, providing a good testing course with some technical twists and cambers, and a firm grassy surface. The heavy chilly fog never lifted despite the best efforts of the February sun, but conditions were perfect for running.
There were celebrations recently at Westport College of Further Education after students repeated their success at the All Ireland Hairdressing Schools Championships in St John’s College, Cork.
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Lough Key Forest Park was the setting for another great performance by Mayo AC at Woodie’s DIY AAI Masters Cross Country Championships on Sunday. A mild misty day is usually welcomed by athletes, but many struggled in the tough conditions over hill and hollow.
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CLUB ÁRUS na nGael will host a night of poetry as Gaeilge, featuring Máire Holmes, Colette Nic Aodha, and Seosamh Ó Guairim, on Tuesday at 8.15pm as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge.
THE FRENCH poet Colette Wittorski will be reading in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street, on Thursday February 18 at 6pm.
THE ACCLAIMED Derry poet Colette Bryce and the playwright and novelist Miriam Gallagher will be reading at two different literary events in Galway next week.