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Fine Gael Spokesperson on Tourism and Sport, Alan Dillon, TD, has welcomed the extension of the deadline for applications to the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme.
Like all aspects of life this year, the residential property market has faced significant disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak of the virus has represented an unprecedented shock to the economy and to society, unlike any experienced in living memory. The necessary precautionary health measures taken to reduce the spread of the virus has had adverse consequences for both the economy and the housing market and will continue to hamper the market as long as they are in place. However, while the impact has been extensive, the market has shown remarkable resilience despite the challenges COVID-19 has presented.
Insider heard it said recently that anyone who was in the predictions business at the outset of 2020 would have found themselves out of work before too long.
LISA McINERNEY, the acclaimed and award winning author of The Glorious Heresies and The Blood Miracles is the guest editor of a special Galway 2020 edition of The Stinging Fly.
BGR FITNESS, who, prior to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions, hosted a twice weekly cardio and core class within the surrounds of Our Lady’s Bower Athlone, continue to create a positive exercise energy and raise charitable funds with their online workout sessions.
It's the Monday after a hectic weekend of champoionship action for Mayo senior teams in both football and hurling, we look at some bits and bobs from over the weekend.
Melissa Walsh is the business owner of MW Design, Print & Signs, located at Lakeside Retail Park, Claremorris. Melissa established her award-winning design, print and signs business in 2003, now celebrating 17 Years in business.
ALONE, the organisation which supports older people, is calling on Government to use Budget 2021 as an opportunity to start the process provide the services, support and structures for an aging population ALONE believes this year has shown how necessary it is to improve the quality of life for older people in Ireland.
Current use of the facilities within the Portlick Forest amenity is a source of much discontent for members of the local scout group management committee, the secretary of which, John Butler, informed the Athlone Advertiser this week.
Over the past six months, many people have been struggling to communicate efficiently during virtual meetings. Would you like to deliver your presentation, report, or point of view with more confidence online?