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Located just off the motorway at Junction 11 on the M6/N6, Arcadia Athlone Retail Park management have, using data published by Transport Infrastructure Ireland(TII), undertaken analysis of traffic in Athlone during the Covid-19 crisis.
Hello to all the readers of this fine newspaper, which has kept going despite the difficulties we are all encountering.
Staying healthy and ensuring our immune system remains strong has never been more important. It is essential for both our own and other people's health that we do our utmost to reduce our risks and protect ourselves from the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the extension of the Covid-19 restrictions, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering advice to property owners who may have thought of selling their property before the pandemic unfolded. “Anyone who has been through the selling process previously, probably has a good idea of the usual jobs that should be done to increase the kerb appeal of their property,” notes auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan. For those who have not been through the experience before, he added, “some very simple tasks can be undertaken to spruce up a property prior to selling.”
Survey finds people are willing to share personal date to solve Coronavirus crisis Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday
New research indicates a massive 87% of Irish people would be willing to share their personal data and medical records if it helped to solve a global pandemic like COVID-19. While 84% believe technology will ultimately help to beat the outbreak.
The biggest loss people are finding during the lockdown is the loss of social, face to face, contact - meeting a friend for coffee, giving someone a hug, going to a gig or to the cinema - but to endure all this, when you are also suffering bereavement, is by any stretch, a double blow and a heavy burden.
Normally, 1916 Rising commemorations would be held in Galway City, Oranmore, Clifden, Ballinasloe, and other areas of the county over the Easter weekend, but the coronavirus lockdown has forced these to go online.
This morning has seen Ireland wake up to a new two week reality of almost total lockdown as the country bids to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Formally launching his General Election campaign, Deputy Denis Naughten outlined his commitment to the provision of local jobs and declaring a focus on health care issues pertinent to his constituency.
Galway City Museum is this week rolling out the last of the very popular Sustainable Living Series which was funded by Creative Ireland. The aim of the series is to give participants practical tips on how to adopt a more sustainable model of living and to encourage them to start taking small steps to Refuse, Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle and Rot.