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Cllr Naughten to raise road safety concerns over Old Tuam Road

Concerns over speeding traffic and road safety along the Old Tuam Road in Monksland are to be raised by Cllr. John Naughten at the next meeting of the Athlone Municipal District of Roscommon County Council.

Stunning three bed home in Athenry

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a stunning three bedroom semidetached home located in the much sought after village of Athenry, Co Galway. Pairc an Ri is a quiet development situated within walking distance of the town centre.

Story of Galway-Clifden Railway to be launched this weekend

The first ever in-depth account of the gloriously scenic Galway-Clifden Railway which ran through the heart of Connemara from 1895 to 1935 will be launched this weekend in Maam Cross Railway Station.

Introducing NeighbourFood Clifden - popular online farmers' market comes to Connemara

NeighbourFood, a new and convenient way to buy from local farmers and food producers, is a weekly online farmers' market with almost 50 outlets nationwide. This autumn, the NeighbourFood revolution comes to Connemara, offering the local community easy access to the finest produce from the region.

Athenry Credit Union supports local farming community

Athenry Credit Union has responded positively to requests from the local farming community for a lower agricultural loan rate. With the Irish agriculture sector proving its dominance throughout the pandemic, many farmers have been looking to develop and future-proof their business.

Galway Cartoon Festival returns in October

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THE GALWAY Cartoon Festival is back next month with a host of exhibitions, events, and brilliant cartoons and cartooning from October 1 to 9.

Moycullen given an opening day work-out as their title defence begins

Champions Moycullen were made to work hard to ensure a positive start in defence of their senior crown on the opening weekend of senior football championship action.

Housing for All must live up to its name, says COPE Galway

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Welcoming the publication of the new Government Housing plan, ‘Housing for All’, COPE Galway have described this plan as critical to the lives of many people who are experiencing the negative effects of the current housing crisis.

Exclusive property on the edge of Galway Bay

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Built in the 19th century, The Coach House is situated on the edge of Galway Bay in an idyllic setting sheltered by the woodlands of Barna, nestled between Rusheen Bay and Silver Strand. A more pleasant location is hard to imagine.

Places available on the pre-university business course at Galway Community College

Galway Community College (GCC) continues to offer a wide range of further education business courses. The college offers Level 5 QQI accredited courses in pre-university business, marketing, and web design and a Level 6 advanced certificate in business management and accounting. These courses help students to develop crucial communication skills, presentation skills, and improved project management, while learning key IT programmes and techniques.


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