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Conradh na Gaeilge members from Mayo met with local Oireachtas members in Dublin to ask for support for an Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan which could create 2,000 new jobs.
Highlights of the homecoming of five men, from Mayo, Mullingar and London, who cycled from Lourdes to Knock in five days will be broadcast on the iMayo TV show on Saturday, August 17 at 8pm and again on Tuesday, August 20, at 12.30pm.
Property prices in Westmeath have risen by €11,000 in the last year, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy.
Chris Patten, the final British Governor of Hong Kong, and who chaired the Independent Commission on Policing for Northern Ireland, will officially open the archive of Maurice Hayes at NUI Galway, at an official event next month.
The Fine Gael Executive Council has added Donna Sheridan as a candidate for the Castlebar local election area in Mayo.
Galway-native but US-based senator Billy Lawless has this week urged graduate members of the Irish diaspora to avail of their rights to vote in any future Seanad elections.
The Shamrock Lodge Hotel was the venue for the annual Christmas dinner hosted by the Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr. John Dolan. Family members, friends and fellow elected representatives joined the affable local politician to acknowledge his work as part of the local authority collective since taking on the chain of office during the summer.
The allocation of an additional €500,000 for repairs to local roads in the South Roscommon area has been welcomed by Cllr. John Naughten.
In tandem with the Pieta House ‘Feelgood Week’ initiative week, from October 20-27 inclusive, a local employee of the non-profit organisation is putting his best fundraising foot forward as he has been running 5k a day since September 1, culminating in a fun run on the AIT track, courtesy of Athlone Running Club, to take place at 6.30pm on Friday, October 26.
“HOLDING HER first grandchild in her arms in 2003, Mary Robinson was struck by the uncertainty of the world he had been born into. Before his fiftieth birthday, he would have to share the planet with more than nine billion people - people battling for food, water and shelter in an increasing volatile climate. The faceless shadowy menace of climate change had become, in an instant, deeply personal.”