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The Other Voices music festival which took place in Ballina at the tail end of February, saw an economic benefit of around €1.5 million in the town, it was revealed this week. The festival was headlined by David Gray and Elbow who played in St Michael’s Church in Ballina, with numerous other acts performing in venues across the town. The event was live streamed and featured in the Other Voices television show recently broadcast on RTÉ.
The Mayo Mountain Rescue Team has announced that the Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, will launch the team's new mobile incident command vehicle tomorrow, Saturday January 27, at 2.30pm at the MMRT Headquarters, Pinewoods, Westport.
Fianna Fáil TD Robert Troy has described the new Department of Rural & Community Development as the “Cinderella Department” in terms of budget and functions.
Ground investigation works on the N59 Galway to Clifden road are due to begin by the start of October, with the work taking place between Bunakill and Maam Cross, after what one Galway TD called "painfully slow" progress.
Get on those Moycullen Historical Society walking trails
A Stars in their Eyes fundraiser in aid of Féile Cheoil Larry Reynolds will take place on Friday, June 23, at Gullane’s Hotel from 8pm.
Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Seán Kyne has allocated more than €460,000 for the improvement works on Galway’s islands.
Galway 2020 has announced the appointment of local business leader Hannah Kiely to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company tasked with delivering Galway’s European Capital of Culture in 2020. As CEO of Galway 2020, Hannah will be responsible for leading the Executive Team working closely with the new Galway 2020 Board of Directors to deliver the ambitious programme and vision before and during European Capital of Culture in 2020, as well as ensuring that a strong and lasting legacy follows to benefit the city, county and wider region.
LEADER companies in Galway are becoming “increasingly frustrated” with the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural & Gaeltacht Affairs for its “failure to allocate funding to LEADER projects in the county”.
Galway Mountain Rescue and the Galway section of the Irish Community Rapid Response are set to benefit from funding of more than €90,000, allocated under a new measure of the CLAR Programme to support voluntary organisations which respond to emergencies.