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River Nore heritage project launched

The heritage of the river Nore was the subject of a new publication and poster launched last week by the heritage officer of Kilkenny County Council.

New project seeks to preserve and promote Galway’s maritime heritage

The last six boats of the Claddagh fleet are to be restored to working order in time for the Volvo Ocean Boat Race, as part of a new project which seeks to preserve and promote Galway’s maritime heritage.

Information meeting for tidy towns committees

Kilkenny County Council is holding a Tidy Town information evening which is open to all community groups, development associations, residents’ groups or any member of the public who takes an interest in their surrounding environment.

City walls and Talbot’s Tower project progressing

Kilkenny ‘s City Walls and Talbot’s Tower are undergoing archaeological and refurbishment works in a project launched in 2005 to conserve the city’s old walls.

County council at the cutting hedge

KIlkenny County Council is running a demonstration hedge laying day in association with the Hedge Laying Association of Ireland in the Castlecomer Discovery Park on Saturday, February 28.

City Hall encourages businesses to ‘get on your bike’

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There is a way local businesses and organisations can beat the traffic congestion in Galway city and get to and from places quicker and more efficiently - on a bike.

Butterfly Monitoring Workshop in Kilkenny

A Butterfly Monitoring Workshop will take place in Castlecomer Discovery Park, Castlecomer on Tuesday April 28 at 7pm.

Browne Doorway to become ‘visible’ again

The Browne Doorway in Eyre Square, which is partially obscured by hoarding, will become more visible to the public when a new glass-like protective hoarding is placed around it in the near future.

Council must save Henry Street thatched cottage say residents

The thatched cottage at No 9 Henry Street is falling into ruin and local residents are demanding that the Galway City Council take action to preserve it.

Book released about Mayo’s dramatic landscape


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