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Major new campaign to revitalise the Corrib Waterways

A newly formed group is hoping to restore the Corrib and waterways to their "former glory".

Why see a destination when you can experience it?

Corrib Travel is offering an exciting range of escorted tours around Europe and worldwide. Its fully escorted tours cover a variety of must-see destinations and feature essential sights and highlights. Why not join one of these fascinating trips offering the best in centrally located accommodation, top-class sightseeing, and delicious cuisine.

Top travel trends for 2019 from Corrib Travel

Have you thought about which holiday destination you would like to try in 2019? Whether you would love to tick a destination off your bucket list or simply head somewhere new, it is never too late to start planning, the following are just some of the most popular holiday destinations, predicted to be among the travel trends for 2019.

Great opportunity in Corrib Park

John Quinn is offering for sale No 148 Corrib Park, Newcastle, a three bedroom terraced home in need of total refurbishment and repair.

Great opportunity in Corrib Park

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John Quinn is offering for sale No 148 Corrib Park, Newcastle, a three bedroom terraced home in need of total refurbishment and repair.

Corrib Water safety initiative will safe lives

Funding for a new water safety initiative will save lives in Galway according to Minister for the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht, and the Islands, Sean Kyne.

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Two new gardaí for Galway

Pobal calls on community groups to avail of supports for older people

Pobal, the intermediary body that manages programmes funded by Government and the EU, is calling on community groups in Westmeath to avail of supports for older persons under the Seniors Alert Scheme (SAS).

Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline voted Engineering Project of the Year

The Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline has been voted Engineering Project of the Year, it has been announced. The Corrib Gas Field, approximately 83km off the coast of Mayo, has become a critical piece of national infrastructure that will produce much of Ireland’s future gas supplies over the next 15 to 20 years. It is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the State’s history, costing approximately €3.5 billion and will contribute some €6 billion to Ireland’s GDP.

Offical launch of Corrib Natural Gas took place this week

The official launch of the controversial Corrib Natural Gas took today in Erris earlier this week, with Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Joe McHugh performing the official duties.

 

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