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Ballina Town Council will be putting new draft signage bye-laws out to public consultation in the next few weeks. Town architect, Kevin Keegan gave a presentation to the members of the council on the issue of poor and unattractive signage in the town and its surrounds and the impression it gives. Mr Keegan told the meeting that the council had problems in trying to get certain businesses to comply with the council’s requests to remove or replace poor signage as there were no bye-laws in place.
Liverpool FC fans in Galway can look forward to meeting Robbie Fowler and Jason McAteer who are coming to Galway to take part in a public interview about their footballing careers.
Kevin Kilbane, who earned 110 caps for the Republic of Ireland between 1997 and 2011, is coming to Galway this weekend to launch a new RoI supporters’ club.
SNATCH, THE cult gangster classic starring Brad Pitt and Vinnie Jones, will be screened at the exclusive Jameson Cult Film Club, which is coming to Galway for the first time on August 23.
Paul McGrath, one of the great figures of Irish football, is coming to Galway next month to take part in the Eamon ‘Chick’ Deacy testimonial game in Terry Land Park.
Galwegians gave their survival prospects in Ulster Bank League division 1b an enormous boost when, for the second game in succession, they secured maximum points against student opposition.
Eamon Deacy was without question Galway’s greatest soccer player, who played the game at the highest levels both in England with Aston Villa and internationally with the Republic of Ireland.
Charlie Cooke, a member of the legendary Chelsea side of the late 1960s and 1970s, is coming to Galway to lead the Coerver Coaching course which takes place at the end of this month.
The Oughterard football team and their many loyal supporters will travel in large numbers to Dublin tomorrow (Friday) for the Celebrity Bainisteoir All Ireland Final.
Mayo county manager Peter Hynes told the July meeting of the council this week that the polluter pays principle is not sustainable at the current time. Mr Hynes was responding to a question from Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway Walsh about the possibility of any major project coming on stream in Mayo, such as the Belmullet sewerage scheme, with the expected reduction in the councils capital budget next year, and the polluter pays principle contribution the council would have to make.