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M6 closure in December
A section of the westbound M6 is to close temporarily to traffic for three weeks in December in order for improvement works to take place.
€76m Dysart wind farm gets over first hurdle
Residents of Dysart and south Roscommon have vowed to continue their opposition to a plan for a €76m wind farm, after it was given the green light by Roscommon County Council last week.
Business forum aims to generate new business in the west of Ireland
Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.
Garda traffic assistance “ongoing” not “temporary” as N6 works continue
Garda assistance during the N6 road works will be “ongoing” until October, it has been confirmed this week.
Can Ming the Merciless save our turf cutting heritage?
I have been watching the progress of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan with some amusement, and admiration for a number of years. Amusement because of his long running campaign to legalise cannabis, which has to be a no-hoper. He has been convicted on several occasions for possession of the drug, but undaunted, he sent a beautifully rolled cannabis cigarette to every politician in the Oireachtas as part of his campaign, pleading for them to enjoy a smoke, inhale deeply, and support his cause. That man doesn’t know the meaning of ‘no’.
Community Diary - Roscommon
New brass section in preparation for debut performance
Hospital action group to announce election candidate
The Roscommon Hospital Action Committee is to announce, either today [Friday] or early next week, the name of the candidate it will be running in the upcoming General Election.
Dysart protesters grateful for support
The Wind Turbine Action Group South Roscommon (WTAGSR) would like to thank all those who supported the recent drive to raise funds to conduct its campaign.
Fear of tenant costs Good Samaritan over €3,000
An elderly man has ended up paying more that 30 times his original fine in expenses on account of the sense of threat he felt from the man for whom he did a good turn by allowing him to stay in an illegal mobile home on his lands, the Circuit Court learned this week (December 7).
Woman gets €500 fine for illegal dumping
A woman with an address in Donegal was fined €500 in Ballyhaunis District Court in her absence this week.