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THE GALWAY Film Fleadh opened with a movie featuring Indreabhán actor Dónall Ó Héalaí and before the festival closes on Sunday, two more films featuring the Connemara actor will be screened.
The public disquiet over the proposed construction of the Galway City N6 Transport project shows no sign of abating with county councillors arranging an emergency meeting next Monday to debate the heated issue.
The way the State deals with property owners in Ireland has been severely criticised by Galway County councillors, one of whom described its approach as being “totally unacceptable”. It follows a discussion to remove the threat of compulsory purchase orders hanging over landowners on the proposed greenway route between Galway and Ballinasloe.
The Galway County Council and the Data Protection Commissioner are to launch investigations in to what is being described as “a very serious incident” where a large number of confidential documents from the Department of Agriculture were found dumped outside Tuam. The rubbish was discovered strewn along a large portion of the Athenry Road near Ballyglunin.
Connemara has beaten off stiff competition to be chosen as the location for the world’s first Local Digital Economy (LDE) with Clifden to become a centre for excellence.
The recent cookery demonstration held at Craftsman Furniture in Foxford proved a great success with customers travelling from far and wide to attend. All left very impressed and Craftsman Furniture crew now extend thanks to all who supported them on the night, and to Karen who did the demonstration. This was the first demonstration for Craftsman Furniture in its newly refurbished showroom. Craftsman Furniture intends to organise further demonstrations in the fully equipped working kitchen.
AN TAIBHDHEARC will mark Cúirt’s 25th anniversary with Aí - Inspioráid Fileata, an evening of poetry, music, and song, upstairs in Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street, on Sunday at 6pm.