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Works progressing on Ceannt Station but Connolly says public need to be kept informed

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Work is progressing on the multi-million euro redevelopment of Ceannt Station with one set of the tracks entering the station having been removed in recent days.

HSE warns of increase in flu and COVID in coming weeks

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The HSE is seeing an increase in people with respiratory illnesses attending emergency departments - 538 people with flu and 282 with COVID attended its EDs this week, an increase from 312 (flu) and 144 (COVID) the previous week. While our system is responding well, this increasing pressure requires all to play their part in using the right options for care.

Brass and dance for Disney centenary

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St Patrick’s Brass Band and Power Performance Academy will mark 100 years since Walt Disney founded his eponymous company with a celebration this Sunday, December 10, at the Clayton Hotel.

Athlone Gardaí make substantial Operation Tara drugs seizure

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Gardaí from Athlone have arrested a man following the seizure of drugs worth €130,000 in County Westmeath on Monday morning.

Gardaí issue fraud warning as TUS Athlone campus students seek accommodation

Gardaí are advising students to be wary of rental scams and have issued a warning to parents whose children are seeking accommodation prior to the start of a new third level academic year at TUS Midlands (Athlone) campus in September.

‘Absence of Garda presence’ in Galway ‘is a serious concern’, says Canney

Independent TD for Galway East, Sean Canney, has called on the Government to expand the scope of its recently announced €10 million additional overtime funding for Dublin’s gardai in an effort to counteract the city’s crime, as the ‘absence of garda presence’ on the ground is a ‘serious concern’ across the country.

Urgent need for reform on garda uniform amid recruitment crisis – MEP Maria Walsh

There is an urgent need for policy reform around garda uniforms, and with recruitment numbers well below target this year, we should not be wasting time discussing the pros and cons of tattoos, Midlands-North-West MEP, Maria Walsh, has stated this week.

Castlebar Prison and the 1798 Rebellion

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When the English forces regained control of Castlebar after the departure of General Humbert, the greater part of the County Prison on the Green was taken from the control of Governor Henry Moran and set aside for military purposes. Provost Martial William Clavroge assumed responsibility for the military section and military prisoners. Apart from a few common criminals, the prison population of 190 comprised captured Irish rebels, deserters from the British military and militias, and political prisoners such as John Moore.

Athlone gardaí confirm death of man at town's marina 'not suspicious'

Athlone gardaí have confirmed this week that they are no longer treating as suspicious the death of a man in the early hours of Friday morning.

New expert tourism network for Mayo

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While Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was in Mayo yesterday to perform the official opening of the new N5 Turlough-Westport route, Fáilte Ireland was also on the ground in Mayo this week, as it hosted two special workshops in Westport and Mulranny, aimed at developing a network of local experts working on the frontline in tourism and hospitality.

 

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