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Oranmore train station, Corrib pedestrian bridge, Eyre Square, Woodquay, Nuns’ Island among projects to receive €62million funding

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More than €62 million has been secured for a significant number of transformational infrastructure projects in Galway under the Government’s Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF). 

The Persse Windows, St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church

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The church of St Nicholas of Myra was first built c1320, making it 700 years old this year. It is the largest medieval church in Ireland and there has been constant Christian worship there since it was built. The chancel with its three windows in the south wall dates from the beginning, the nave, and the transept date from about a century later. In 1477 Christopher Columbus is believed to have worshipped here. In 1484, the church was granted Collegiate jurisdiction by which it was to be governed by a warden and vicars who would be appointed by the mayor and burghers of the town.

Organic Farming gets boost from the Greens

Senator Pauline O’Reilly said that the Green Party are announcing a dramatic increase in funding for organic farmers.

No certainties in politics as thoughts turn to the next General Election

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The next General Election is an eternity away, or is it? As things stand today, Insider believes it is at least a couple of years away, maybe more.

Galway to benefit from largest single-year investment in greenway infrastructure

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Galway greenways are set to benefit from Government funding of €13.25 million - the largest single-year investment in greenway infrastructure in the State to date.

€13 million allocation for greenways will be 'transformative for Galway'

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Galway greenways are set to benefit from Government funding of €13.25 million - the largest single-year investment in greenway infrastructure in the State to date.

Local slimmers come back together after months of virtual slimming

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Local slimmers are making a ‘comeback’ as their Slimming World group reopens, with local consultants Sinead, Carol, Caroline and Pauline saying they’re excited to be back helping members to lose weight and improve their health in person.

Renowned flute player hosts ‘Reel Thing’ at Roscommon Arts Centre

Renowned Roscommon flute player, Patsy Hanly, hosts an evening of “socially-distanced” music and stories at Roscommon Arts Centre with his guests John Carty and seanachai Vincent Pierse, on Thursday, August 28.

Is a second election the answer to Government formation stalemate?

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The first 100 days is traditionally the point at which a new government gets its first provisional review and points to achievements to show it has hit the ground running.

Weigh to go Ann Marie as super slimmer wins award

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An Athlone slimmer who lost three and a half stone has been named ‘Woman of the Year’ in her Athlone Springs Hotel slimming world group because of her inspiring weight loss.

 

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