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A petition calling for the reconstruction and reopening of the tidal swimming pools at Ladies Beach in Salthill has reached more than 4,500 signatures.
Donoghue welcomes funding to remove Sliabh Aughty waste
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February 2021, the Marine Institute is highlighting the many brilliant women who play transformative and ambitious roles in understanding, exploring, protecting and sustainably managing our oceans wealth.
Marine Institute to cover distance from Renville to the North Pole in festive challenge to save lives at sea
Staff at the Marine Institute are embarking on a festive fundraising challenge in aid of the RNLI - they plan to to walk, run, row, cycle, and swim a total of 4,068km, equivalent to the distance from their headquarters in Renville, Galway to the North Pole. The fundraiser is a team challenge recognising the work of the RNLI Lifeboats Ireland, and they are inviting everyone to join in and support this worthy cause.
IN A time of lockdown, and uncertainty over the future, and in a moment when people are discussing mental health more openly than ever before, Rofi James' new single, 'Sorry', feels very timely.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has voiced his concern with the lack of a co-ordinated approach between the ESB and Waterways Ireland regarding the management of water levels on the River Shannon.
Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, and Brian Lucas, from National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) visited Crosswood Bog, which stretches from Junction 8 on the M6 to Glynwood, to see at first hand the restoration works being carried out by Bord na Móna, as part of the NPWS Raised Bog Restoration Programme.
Matthew Mitchell is a fine artist painter based in Clare and his exhibition "Age to Age - Ó Aois go hAois" will be showing in the Custom House Studios in Westport over the coming weeks.
The cause of an extensive fire which damaged large swathes of forest and bogland in the Curramore vicinity of Athlone has yet to be determined.
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.