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Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway County Council, have reminded customers supplied by the Kilconnell Public Water Supply and the Ballyboggan Group Water Scheme, that the Boil Water Notice issued on the scheme on June 18 due to elevated levels of turbidity in the raw water remains in place.
St Gabriel's Ladies GAA Club is looking for volunteers to help run the club next season.
The Aughrim Remembered Summer School will take place from Friday July 18 to Sunday July 20 with plenty of entertaining and informative events planned for this year’s theme of ‘From the Battle of Aughrim to World War 1’.
The title of this photograph is ‘Old Building, Market Street’ and it was taken about 100 years ago. The building in the foreground was at one time occupied by the Augustinian nuns who were based in Galway (where the Mechanics is today in Middle Street) before 1651. The last Augustinian nun to die in Ireland is buried in Forthill. These sisters formed part of the same Augustinian Order as the friars, as do their contemplative successors today in countries like Spain and Italy. Continuing persecutions and other historical pressures saw to the end of these nuns in Ireland, though some lingered on in Galway up to the middle of the 19th century.
Dawn Dairies milk business in Co Galway, owned by the Kerry Group, is set to be taken over by Arrabawn Co-op in a deal which is understood to be worth nearly €6 million.
A 66-year-old man died tragically last Friday evening in a farming accident in which he became entangled in machinery.
The development of 12 local community projects, in line with the requirements of the Greenstar Landfill Projects Fund, has been awarded a total of €132,725.
The main objectors to Greenstar Holding Ltd’s winning bid to get permission to accept waste from Connacht and the rest of the country at its dump in Killagh More have voiced their disappointment but admitted the fight is over.
When starting the Galway Intermediate Hurling Championship last year, Croke Park did not feature much in Cappataggle’s thoughts, but that is where they will be operating on Sunday.
Cappataggle residents may well become the slimmest in the county if a novel fundraising idea takes off.