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New daily service connecting Heathrow to Ireland West Airport

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Subsidised local hackney service to be provided in Carna

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Carna is one of twenty-one rural locations included in the pilot scheme announced this week by Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD, alongside the National Transport Authority (NTA) who launched a one year pilot programme for a localised, specially licenced hackney service to help improve transport choices for people living in rural locations across the country.

First floor apartment in Manor Court

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No 179 Manor Court is a two bed first floor apartment located in a small block of six apartments. Built in 2002 by The Kenny Group, it is ideally located close to the front of the development and overlooks a green area with off street communal parking.

Minister for Children makes visit to Grovelands Childcare in IDA Business Park Athlone

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The management and staff of Grovelands Childcare were honoured to receive a visit to their centre in the IDA Business Park in Athlone in recent times.

Moate company continues to excel upon National Ploughing Championships exposure

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Moate based company, Dcode Dyslexia, from Local Enterprise Office Westmeath,continues to excel and grow in stature upon recent exhibit exposure at the national ploughing championships.

Marine Institute and BlueWise Marie presents the SmartBay Observatory Family Fun Day

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The Marine Institute & BlueWise Marine will host The SmartBay Observatory Family Fun Day as part of this year’s European Maritime Day event In My Country taking place at Stiúideo Cuan on 21st May, and featuring fun and educational marine workshops for all ages, circus workshops, circus performances, face painting, and more.

‘Show Home’ property is perfectly located in Ballymore village

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12 Plary Abbey, Ballymore,

The West Bridge, a brief history of the early years

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The city of Galway was known in ancient times as ‘Streamstown’ because the Galway River divided into several small waterways in addition to the main river. The river was much more spread out then and was fordable in some places. The city was placed on the east side of the river, which acted as protection against the Irish families displaced by the Norman settlers who took over the area in the early 13th century. The walls of the city provided protection on the east and north side of the city and the various gates allowed access. The river was a barrier to trade with Iar-Chonnacht and so the merchant families began to feel the need to build a bridge to help expand trade, it would provide access to customers from the west, and also allow them to bring in their produce, fruit, vegetables, meat, hay, etc, to the various markets in town.

Excel Recruitment Open Galway Branch

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The opening of Excel Recruitment’s newest office near the Spanish Arch in Galway City marks its third office outside of its Dublin headquarters, with established offices located in Kildare and Cork and plans to open a Belfast office in 2022.

When sheep’s heads were on the menu at Castlebar Hospital

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On a chilly day in March 1788, John Howard rode into Castlebar on horseback. When he arrived in Dublin days earlier, he noted, ‘I shall set out next week for Connaught and other remote parts of this country, which indeed are more barbarous than the wilds of Russia’.

 

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