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Druid Shakespeare details unveiled

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DRUID THEATRE Company has announced details for one of its most ambitious undertakings, DruidShakespeare, a fitting project to mark the company’s 40th anniversary year.

Columb Barracks a possible location for temporary District Court

Deputy Willie Penrose met with Minister of State, Brian Hayes, the OPW, and the Courts Service this week with a view to discussing the provision of alternative temporary facilities to enable District Court Sittings to continue in Mullingar, when the current facility at Mount Street is closed next year for the carrying out of much-needed renovation and refurbishment.

Major clean-up for Castlebar river

Fine Gael Castlebar town councillor Ger Deere, has confirmed that the OPW has commenced works at a number of locations along the walls of the Castlebar town river which posed a serious threat to a number of buildings on Linenhall and Tucker Street.

New exhibition at the Linenhall opens up

Grealish says N17 will remain open during flood alleviation works

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Independent Deputy for Galway West, Noel Grealish has confirmed that following a number of meetings with Galway County Council and the OPW; the N17 will remain open to traffic while flood alleviation works are being carried out at the Claregalway bridge.

Grants for works to prevent flooding in Corrandulla /Caherlistrane area

Major grants have been awarded to the Corrandulla and Caherlistrane areas so that important works can be carried out on the local infrastructure.

Local architect wins Arts Council and OPW award

The Arts Council and the Office of Public Works have announced architect Orla Murphy of Simon J Kelly and Partners Architects, as the winner of the Kevin Kieran Award 2009-2011. The award is a partnership between the Arts Council and the Office of Public Works, offering an emerging architect an opportunity to develop and deliver a research project worth €50,000 over two years, and subsequently to design and run a building contract for the OPW.

IFA protest potential UNESCO restrictions at Clonmacnoise

A meeting to discuss Clonmacnoise as a UNESCO World Heritage site held in Athlone this week descended into an IFA-inspired walkout and the intimidation of a Department official in a highly charged atmosphere.

OPW and county council to take measures to prevent future flooding damage

A major study and various interim measures are to be take over the coming weeks to assess the level of damage caused by the recent floods and to ensure that such damage does not recur.

 

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