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2010 has been a great year for The Saw Doctors with sell-out tours in Australia, USA, and the UK in the first half of the year, summer festival appearances at Glastonbury in June, Oxegen in July, and the V Festivals in August, culminating in the September release of the band’s long awaited new studio album, The Further Adventures of The Saw Doctors. And what better way to celebrate 2010 ticking into 2011 than by joining them for the biggest New Year’s Eve party in the west in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.
The Ban Balfour Beatty Consortium has been chosen as the preferred tender for the Gort to Tuam PPP motorway. Construction will begin in the New Year for completion by the end of 2014.
While many businesses in the city centre are still reeling from the quick removal of sandwich boards and other signs, illegal billboards on the M6 Galway to Dublin motorway are now being targeted.
The post of Galway city manager could be abolished while the powers of the Tuam, Loughrea and Ballinasloe town councils could be greatly reduced if the recommendations of a new report are implemented fully.
The town of Westport is celebrating its nomination as a finalist in the 2011 UK Urbanism Awards, in category of Great Town for the UK and Ireland.
An exhibition of photographs, The Ball Alleys of Connacht, by Andrew Hebden is currently at the Custom House Studios Gallery, The Quay, Westport, until June 13
Repair work is about to start on a number of roads which were used for haulage during construction of the new M6 motorway.
Billed as the place where thrillseekers can confront their most terrifying nightmares, the popular Alton Towers Scarefest could be the destination for those in search of something different to do this Halloween.
Finished to the highest of standards throughout it includes fully fitted kitchen, painted interior and exterior, all bathrooms are fully fitted with quality bathroom-ware and tiled, the lawns are landscaped with kerbing and a gravel driveway. Boasting spacious accommodation – just one of these homes remain and comes on the market with the attractive asking price of €305,000.
A new survey conducted by Oxfam Ireland has revealed Irish people still intend to buy charity Christmas gifts this year, despite tightening their spending belts overall.