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Those were the words of Deputy Michelle Mulherin when she addressed the members of the Ballina branch of Young Fine Gael at its recent AGM. The members, whose age range is from 15 to 30 years, were given an address on a number of local and national issues by Deputy Mulherin. In particular, she noted that the economic outlook was promising and that the future prospects for school-leavers and graduates were good. Local Fine Gael councillors John O’Hara, Eddie Staunton and Seamus Weir updated the branch members on a number of local issues.
Kilkenny rider James Dwyer has gained a place on the Irish team that travels to the Paralympic Games 2012, which will take place in London from August 30 to September 4.
THE Goresbridge ‘Go for Gold’ event horse sale took place in Gorey, Co Wexford on Thursday night last and was a huge success, with 36 of the lots on offer selling for an average price of €17,603.
Tuam will host one of four regional meetings for horse breeders in Ireland.
A Mayo father of seven who started writing poetry, prose, and fiction after he was made redundant has been awarded a distance learning scholarship in writing and publishing at The Open College 2011 Scholarship Awards, announced this week.
This photo of a happy group of Boys Club lads was taken in the mid fifties and includes Paddy O’Connell, Dominick Curran, Seanie Flaherty, Joe Walsh, --- Harty, Tommy Gannon, Dessy Fitzpatrick, Michael Burke, Tom Cunningham, Bartley Hynes, Tony Conboy (taking the shot), Sean McNamara, Gerry Ryan, Willie Golding, Colie Rushe, William McDonagh, Peter Folan, Leo Creane, Francis Walsh, Danny Collins, Jackie Molloy, Dominick Geary, and Paddy McDonagh.
Management at Galway Airport and Galway Harbour Company are confident and positive about their chances of garnering the support of new Transport Minister, Leo Varadkar, during his visit to the city tomorrow.
It was not been the best of weekends for Connacht counties competing in all-Ireland finals with the tally of just one title won out of seven contested. That sole winner came to Mayo's Ciara and Clodagh McManamon who, as widely expected - claimed the All-Ireland Ladies Junior B doubles title at the expense of Kilkenny's Rachel Hogan and Maria Walsh on a 21-10, 21-10 scoreline at Crinkle on Saturday and a second title for Ciara McManamon who defeated Hogan in the singles final last weekend.
Finding a new replacement for the Galway to Dublin route will be a challenge, but it is one that Galway Airport is still hoping to win, according to managing director Joe Walsh.
The future of Galway Airport was made a lot brighter this week as it will now continue to be included in the vital operational subvention funding programme following a decision by Government to reject the recommendations contained in the ‘Value For Money’ report.