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Funded by The Heritage Council through the Irish Walled Towns Network, essential conservation works have been completed on Athlone Town Wall at Court Devenish/Railway View.
Pandemic-friendly Ballina Fringe Festival is gearing up to bring much needed fun, laughter and colour to the streets of Ballina.
Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly has welcomed a further allocation of grant aid to continue restoration work at Glebe House, Ballysakerry, Killala.
Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, and Brian Lucas, from National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) visited Crosswood Bog, which stretches from Junction 8 on the M6 to Glynwood, to see at first hand the restoration works being carried out by Bord na Móna, as part of the NPWS Raised Bog Restoration Programme.
As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been appointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until November 2020.
The Arts Council has sent itscongratulations to seven Mayo artists who have each been awarded a €3,000 grant to help them make new and original work during the Covid-19 crisis.
Pupils from the De La Salle Boys Primary School in Castlebar, Co Mayo are to star in an RTE One documentary Creative Kids this Sunday, May 3 at 6.30pm.
Fianna Fáil Deputy Leader and Spokesperson on Rural, Community, and Gaeltacht Affairs Dara Calleary TD has said Coláistí Samhraidh Ghaeltachta must be financially supported.
As concerns pertaining to the realignment of the N55 from Athlone to Ballymahon persist, members of a steering committee which represents up to four hundred residents who are adversely effected by the new route met with Westmeath County Council roads department to detail their ongoing concerns with the Emerging Preferred Route Corridor (EPRC) which has been selected and the final Preferred Route Corridor (PRC) which will result from phase two of the project.
The Government has serious questions to answer over the final purchase cost of Aerfort Chonamara, an airport located in Indreabhán, Connemara, according to Sinn Féin’s Mairéad Farrell. The state paid €2.75 million for the airport late last year.