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More than 90 houses set for refurbishment works across the city and county

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Ninety-one housing units across the city and county stand in line for major refurbishments following an allocation of more than €1 million to Galway's local authorities.

Public consultation for Ballina Flood Relief Scheme

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A public consultation day in respect of the proposed Ballina Flood Relief Scheme will be held later this month, according to information attained by Deputy Dara Calleary TD.

Cohesive approach necessary to address persistent Shannon Callows flooding issues

A cohesive and co-ordinated approach is of the essence to ensure maintenance of the River Shannon as flood waters continue to detrimentally impact upon the lives of communities dwelling in close proximity to the waterway.

Craughwell aircraft crash caused by fast approach and tree collision, report concludes

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An investigation into an air crash at Craughwell two years ago has concluded that the probable cause was a collision with a tree as a result of a loss of lift and stall during an attempted go-around from a rejected landing.

N59 upgrade proposals to be submitted to ABP for approval

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Proposals for upgrade works for the N59 between Glenlo Abbey to Killeen will be submitted for approval by An Bord Pleanála before the end of the year.

Museum of Country Life celebrates life and achievements of forgotten Polish hero of the Famine

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The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, will host an exhibition about the fascinating life and achievements of Paul Strzelecki – a Polish humanitarian who helped over 200,000 children during the Great Irish Famine.

Hedge cutting season now open

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A call for landowners, farmers and householders to ensure their roadside hedges and overhanging trees are cut and maintained so that motorists, cyclists and pedestrians can travel safely on our roads, has been made by Mayo County Council.

Clifden flooding another reminder of the power of nature

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You would like to think that 2020 is some sort of training year, an obstacle course designed to test our resilience, to throw all sorts of misfortune our way to see how we deal with it. Maybe Fate Inc decided that we were too fragile, had become too used to a world without global fear. That we needed to know the sort of life that our parents did, and their parents — all generations who had lived through wars and recessions and famine.

Big cleanup commences for deluge-hit Clifden

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Homeowners and businesses in Clifden are counting the cost this evening (Wednesday) after serious flooding hit the town early today when the Owenglin river overtopped. Schools were closed on the orders of gardai and 17 properties including homes and a hotel were evacuated as waters rose.

Cleanup commences for deluge-hit Clifden

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Homeowners and businesses in Clifden are counting the cost this morning (Thursday) after serious flooding hit the town early yesterday when the Owenglin river overtopped. Schools were closed on the orders of gardai and 17 properties were evacuated as waters rose.

 

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