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Oranmore community action group MÓR Action has set up an online petition on Uplift.ie asking Galway County Council to trial a one-way traffic system through Oranmore village.
Galway County Council, in conjunction with Irish Rail, has prioritised an application under the Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF) for a passing bay at Oranmore Railway Station.
The Oranmore School Streets scheme will be progressed on a phased basis it has been confirmed by the Galway County Council.
This beautiful and well cared for home has had one owner since it was built. It stands apart from a lot of competitors in that it has hollowcore flooring, concrete stairs, 9ft ceilings, fitted insert stove, solid oak timber floor, sunny private rear aspect, light filled interior, and large kitchen, together with a stylish interior.
Hi, my name is Ciaran Kenny I am originally from Kilbarrack the Northside of Dublin. I played football & hurling from a very early age with my club Naomh Barrog GAA Club. I went on to coach the future & next generation in my club where I'm still heavily involved as I was elected onto the executive 2 years ago. Sorry, Galway, it is all about your parish!
Number 104 Clochog is a stunning semidetached home which is ideally positioned in a cul de sac, enjoying a westerly rear aspect and adjacent to a large green area in this highly desirable Coffey-built development.
In the history of the All Ireland Club Intermediate Hurling Championship, six different clubs from Galway had been defeated in finals since its inception in 2004. Finally that has changed, and Galway can toast Oranmore-Maree who produced a wonderful second-half display to overcome Munster champions Charleville and win by 2-18 to 1-5.
Maree women's basketballers are on the brink of a rare double. Having already won this year's division one national cup, the Galway outfit now heads to Limerick intent on adding the league title.
A virtuoso display by Niall Burke helped Oranmore-Maree to the Connacht Intermediate hurling championship in Athleague (Roscommon) on Saturday.
Galway hurling stars will take part in a unique event to be held next month to raise funds for Oranmore Boys NS.