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Galway City Council to examine investment in Knock airport

The Galway City Council is to join up with six other local authorities in examining an investment opportunity in Ireland West Airport Knock in the hopes that increased passenger numbers will lead to further development of business and tourism throughout the county.

New bikes for city rental to be unveiled today

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The new Coca-Cola Zero branded bikes, which will be used as part of the Galway Bike Rental Scheme, are to be unveiled at the Spanish Arch this morning.

Saturday is the start of the week-long Galway Bike Festival, which aims to raise the profile of cycling as a healthy and fun way of commuting and physical activity for all age groups.

McFadden welcomes funding for Longford and Westmeath roads

Fine Gael by-election candidate for the Longford-Westmeath constituency, Gabrielle McFadden, has welcomed significant additional funding for roads in Longford and Westmeath.

New €6m Garrycastle Bridge to be officially opened today after year-long construction

The official opening of the new Garrycastle Bridge is to take place this morning, Friday May 9, at 11.30am.

New regulations will cost farmers dear, warns Fahy

Crippling farming overheads will be made worse by new tractor and agricultural trailer regulations, which will also be a major stumbling block for those entering farming.

Claremorris gets €400k investment for active travel

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Just a day after Claremorris became Ireland’s first ‘fibre town’ with the launch by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte of a €500,000 investment in broadband infrastructure in the town, which sees the construction of a Fibre to the Business network (FFTB), there was more good news for Claremorris today.

Fifteen thousand new tourists to flock through Knock

More than 15,000 new tourists are expected for the west and northwest as Ryanair launches three new services from Glasgow, Eindhoven, and Kaunas to Ireland West Airport Knock this week. The launch represents yet another significant milestone for the airport and western region as it provides the first scheduled direct air access to the Dutch and Lithuanian market. It also opens up access to the Benelux region of Europe, which has a population of some 28m people with the new Eindhoven service providing convenient access to Belgium and Luxembourg.

Mullingar area roads to receive €2million in funding

More than €2million will be spent on roads in the Mullingar area in 2014.

€2m roads programme introduced at second last ever meeting

Despite being consigned to history by June, the Kilbeggan Area Committee this week welcomed its final allocation of funds for road and footpath improvement in the district.

 

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