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Athlone swimming pair raise substantial funds for Lough Ree RNLI boathouse project

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Local open water swimmers, Serena Friel and Karen Reynolds, recently presented Lough Ree RNLI with a cheque for €11,300 following a fund raising swim on the lake last month.

Spacious home by the river in Oughterard

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale this impressive detached residence in the popular village of Oughterard.

New Aran Food Tour launched for autumn

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Aran Island Ferries has welcomed the announcement of a new Aran Food Tour, created by Aran Goats Cheese producer Gabriel Faherty. The new Aran Food Tour is available to book online at www.arangoatcheeseandfoodtours.com.

Remax Property Partners Athlone assess the property market

CORMAC SHEEHY, MD, RE/MAX PROFESSIONAL PARTNERS

Moycullen given an opening day work-out as their title defence begins

Champions Moycullen were made to work hard to ensure a positive start in defence of their senior crown on the opening weekend of senior football championship action.

Swimming duo lauded for heroics during Lough Ree RNLI challenge

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A wholly impressive achievement, two Athlone ladies, Serena Friel and Karen Delaney, completed a 32km of the River Shannon in 10 hours 13 minutes, in the process raising significant funds for the Lough Ree RNLI boathouse project.

Athlone swimming duo raise funds for Lough REE RNLI cause as local students await Leaving Cert results

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Tributes paid to Annaghdown man after fatal Cornamona accident

The Annaghdown community is in shock this week after the death of a popular local man in a traffic collision in Cornamona last weekend.

Pieta now hiring additional therapists for Midlands Centre in heart of Athlone

Pieta, the national suicide and self-harm prevention charity, has announced a recruitment drive to hire additional therapists for its Midlands centre in Athlone.

Spiddal Sewerage Scheme expected to stop raw sewage being discharged into Galway Bay

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Work is set to begin on the Spiddal Sewerage Scheme, a €4 million water infrastructure upgrade to stop raw sewage from being discharged into Galway Bay.

 

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