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Plans for the redevelopment of Moate Courthouse were finally given the green light by councillors at this week’s December monthly meeting.
A commemorative wall in memory of the late Colm Murray has been proposed for Moate Library.
RTÉ sports broadcaster, and “proud Moate man” Colm Murray was laid to rest in St Fintan’s cemetery in Sutton, Co Dublin yesterday, August 1, after losing his three-year battle with motor neurone disease on Tuesday.
Colm Murray, the RTÉ sports broadcaster, was honoured on Saturday (September 15) at the 2012 Rehab People of the Year Awards “for his courageous, inspiring and moving response to a devastating diagnosis of motor neurone disease, and for his inspirational efforts in speaking out about the condition, the difficulties faced by those affected by it, and the need for a cure”, according to Angela Kerins, chief executive, Rehab, and chairperson of the adjudication committee.
Those wishing to support this weekend’s race night in aid of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group are reminded to get in touch with organisers as soon as possible.
Neighbours and friends of RTÉ sports journalist and Moate native Colm Murray are banding together to raise funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Research Group.
Congratulations to the all members of the Kilkenny Triathlon Club who took part in what was billed as the country’s fastest triathlon event, The Tri-Athy over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
Colm Murray, the popular RTÉ sports presenter will be among the winners of the 2011 NUI, Galway Alumni Awards, which will be presented in March.
Mona Joyce of St Kieran’s Community Centre in Athlone was the worthy recipient of this year’s overall Cathaoirleach’s Award.
FORMER MEMBERS of the Irish trad supergroup De Dannan are joining forces once again for a charity concert in the Radisson Hotel on Thursday December 17 at 8pm.