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NUI Galway students receive President’s Awards

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Five NUI Galway students and graduates were among a group of inspirational young people presented with the Gaisce Gold Award by President Michael D Higgins.

Mannion welcomes Reserved Defence Forces remaining in Clifden

A Fine Gael councillor has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter, that the Reserve Defence Forces will stay in Clifden.

Army Reserves to move to new base

It is expected that a suitable new base for the local Reserve Defence Forces in Mullingar will be finalised in the next few weeks, according to the Department of Defence.

Barracks facilities should be used for community

There are calls for the gym and other facilities at Columb Barracks to be made available to the public, following the closure of the barracks on Wednesday this week.

Search for Army premises in Castlebar

Fianna Fáil Defence Spokesperson Dara Calleary has said he is baffled that the Department of Defence is now looking for Army premises in Castlebar, Cavan, Mullingar, and Clonmel after announcing plans to shut down the barracks in each of these towns.

Army wives and friends to meet with Minister for Justice and Law Reform

A delegation of wives and supporters of soldiers at Columb Barracks in Mullingar will meet Minister Alan Shatter next week to discuss possible plans to shut the facility.

Castlebar military barracks facing closure

Government plans to close the historic army barracks in Castlebar, with a threat to 15 jobs, have come under attack.

Researching your relatives in the British army

As part of READiscover Your Library month, a talk will take place in the Aidan Heavey Public Library, Athlone on ‘Researching your Relatives in the British Army’ (World War I and World War II) on Tuesday March 29 starting at 7.30pm. Admission is free but places for this talk are limited so advance booking is essential.

Defence Minister confirms there are ‘no plans to shut any military barracks’

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The Minister for Defence, Tony Killeen has said that there are no plans in the pipeline to close James Stephens Barracks in Kilkenny or any other barracks in the country.

 

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