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Rising flood waters of grave concern as pathway towards Government creation yet to emerge

We’ll have to take a big gulp and try to think positively. But it is so difficult with all the troubled news around us.

Rising local flood waters continue to cause immense public concern

RONAN FAGAN

Mayo welcome Waterford after washout last weekend

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This Sunday will see the Mayo ladies senior footballers take on Waterford in a rearranged clash after their meeting last Sunday was called off due to a weather warning.

GAAW to hold vigil marking the link between militarism and climate change

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Galway Alliance Against War will mark Global Climate Action Day with a vigil at the junction of Shop Street/Mainguard Street tomorrow from 12.30 to 1.30pm, marking the link between militarism and climate change.

Closure of peat fired stations to impact on Midlands region

The ESB is to cease generating electricity in Shannonbridge and Lanesboro at the end of 2020, news which will have a detrimental impact on employment within the Midlands region.

Dam Easy flood barrier — to put your mind at ease during winter storms

The benefits of the DamEasy flood barrier for houses and businesses in Galway’s flood zones, have been highlighted following last week’s flirtation with Storm Lorenzo.

Galway braced for Storm Lorenzo

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Storm surges and gusts of up to 130kph are expected to hit Galway later today (Thursday) and overnight tonight as the country braces itself for Storm Lorenzo.

Fresh local food in stunning surrounds at Bia Blas Cafe

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Bia Blas Cafe is located in the Sheep and Wool Centre in the picturesque village of Leenane on the Wild Atlantic Way. Its position on the edge of the Killary Fjord — Ireland’s only fjord — means diners are guaranteed a view like no other.

Athlone native on the crest of a working wave across the ocean

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Fresh local food in stunning surrounds at Bia Blas Cafe

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Bia Blas Cafe is located in the Sheep and Wool Centre in the picturesque village of Leenane on the Wild Atlantic Way. Its position on the edge of the Killary Fjord — Ireland’s only fjord — means diners are guaranteed a view like no other.

 

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