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IDA response is “more of the same rubbish”

“More of the same old rubbish” is how one councillor described a letter sent by the IDA to Mullingar councillors last week.

Iarnród Éireann’s local initiative

Iarnród Éireann has also launched a new community initiative to support organisations and groups in the voluntary, community, sporting and charity sector.

Chamber’s Best in Business awards launched

Midlands Gateway Chamber launched the MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards yesterday, Thursday March 22, at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone.

Chamber’s Best in Business awards launched

Midlands Gateway Chamber launched the MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards yesterday, Thursday March 22, at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone.

New group believes Athenry-Tuam rail link ‘back on agenda’

A rail link between Athenry and Tuam should be given “serious consideration” according to a new report and a recently formed campaign group based in the Tuam area.

Shorter journey times needed to keep Galway rail on track

Infrastructural improvements and shorter journey times for the Galway to Dublin line are just some of the recommendations of a report presented yesterday to the Rail Vision 2030 seminar, with indications that further consideration could also be given to an Athenry to Tuam rail line.

Convert Western Rail Corridor to extended Greenway route

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O’Mahony to continue with Western Rail Corridor campaign

Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has vowed to continue to campaign for the completion of the Western Rail Corridor. Speaking in the aftermath of the announcement on cuts to capital funding, Deputy O’Mahony said it was important for the public to recognise that the project has been deferred and not cancelled.

Economic potential of the west ignored

Government investment for infrastructural projects in the West of Ireland is not a waste of money but an investment in job creation, transport, and economic growth.

Special train for soccer international

A special train will return to Galway from Dublin for supporters attending the Ireland v Armenia soccer international on Tuesday October 11.

 

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