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A very powerful and affecting sculpture exhibition on the famine will open tomorrow Friday December 2 at 5.30pm in Alcantara on Bonham Quay, Dock Road. It will run into the New Year.
Harsh winter weather leads to severe famine.
As the rising water levels of the River Shannon remain under close scrutiny, Westmeath County Council director of services, Barry Kehoe, has allayed the fears of urban residents and businesses who fear the potential detrimental impact of flooding should recent incessant rainfall continue.
As rainfall continues to intensify at a local level this week, the Save Our Shannon Organisation has expressed vast concerns pertaining to the rising water levels and the detrimental impact potential flooding will have on homes and businesses.
News that land acquisition to provide for a surface water retention pond in Claregalway has been agreed, has been welcomed by Cllr. James Charity.
Almost one in four of those injured in incidents involving quad bikes or scramblers, in the period 2017 to 2021, were aged 18 or under, according to provisional statistics released by the RSA.
An Garda Síochána is issuing an urgent road safety appeal to all road users ahead of the busy winter driving period, as provisional figures show that 123 lives have been lost on Ireland’s roads to date. This is twelve more deaths than during the same period in both 2021 and 2019.