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Tooreen claim hat-trick of Connacht titles

 

Call for more rail services between Westport and Dublin

Denis Naughten TD has called for additional rail service to and from Westport/Dublin each morning and evening by connecting in with the Dublin/Galway rail service in Athlone.

Curraghboy native publishes latest sporting tome - 100 Great GAA Controversies

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A new sports book from Curraghboy native, John Scally, 100 Great GAA Controversies, provides some compelling new insights into some of the biggest talking points in the history of the GAA. One of them is about the end of Dermot Earley’s career as Roscommon county manager.

Incorrectly delayed Monksland postal deliveries must be rectified - Naughten

The issue of incorrectly delayed postal deliveries in the Monksland and South Roscommon area due to use of County Roscommon addresses has been highlighted by Cllr John Naughten.

Accountancy firm RBK adds 30 new graduates to employee base

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RBK Chartered Accountants, with a focal location at RBK House, Irishtown, Athlone and two further offices in Roscommon and Dublin, has strengthened its workforce with the addition of 30 new graduates.

Athlone resident appointed to prominent role at RBK Chartered Accountants

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RBK Chartered Accountants has confirmed the appointment of Moydrum resident, Michelle O’Donoghue, to the role of Governance, Risk and Assurance Partner at the prominent firm.

Section committee in place to appoint new Mayo manager

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Mayo GAA have installed their six person selection committee who will appoint the new Mayo senior football manger to replace James Horan in the role.

Two-day event to remember legacy of legendary Aleen Cust, Ireland and Britain’s first female vet

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Celebrated American scientist, neurodiversity exponent and respected animal behaviorist Professor Temple Grandin comes to Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Mountbellew next month (11 August) to speak at the centenary conference honoring the life and work of Aleen Cust, the first woman to work as a veterinary surgeon in Ireland and Britain in the early 1900s.

Tierney eager to take the next title

Matthew Tierney might be too young to remember the last time that Galway claimed the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship back in 2001 - but he’s seen the tapes back plenty as he told the media in Pearse Stadium last week.

Enhanced SUSI grants are now available to Athlone and Midlands region students

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Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has confirmed that applications for student grants for the new academic year are now open with changes to the grants enabling significant improvements for students.

 

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