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Record-breaking year for the Passport Service

As we the end of the 2022 approached, the final tally of passports issued realised a total of 1,080,000 which sets a new annual record for the Irish Passport Service.

Upper Salthill, a bird’s eye view, c1945

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This aerial photograph was taken c1945. On the left you can see the Eglinton Hotel which was originally built in the 1860s. Up to that time, Salthill was a small village that included Lenaboy Avenue and the area between what we know as Seapoint and the Bal. The construction of the Eglinton was on a scale not seen before in Salthill, and it extended the village to the west. It came at a time when locals were beginning to promote the village as a resort, a destination for tourists.

Former Our Lady’s Bower Athlone student appointed RANP at Roscommon Hospital

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Roscommon University Hospital has announced the appointment of Dona Cromar as a Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP) in Emergency Nursing at Roscommon Injury Unit.

Connacht prepare for crunch tie with Sharks

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Connacht, some eight places behind the Sharks need to produce a big performance in Saturday's URC clash at the Sportsground ((5.15pm).

Sporting Year 2022

We lost Phelim Murphy on Friday June 10.

New Volkswagen Amarok gears up for Ireland

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The second-generation Volkswagen Amarok is gearing up for its Irish launch next year.

Galway Christmas Shoebox Appeal sends 8,000 gifts

Some 8,000 shoeboxes were dispatched from Galway Racecourse on Wednesday, November 30 and are currently en route to bring a truly magical Christmas to children in South Africa.

Red Hurley celebrates five decades in music business with Tuar Ard Moate live performance

To celebrate 50 years in the music business, Red Hurley will grace the stage with a live performance in Tuar Ard Arts Centre, Moate, on Saturday, November 12.

Red Hurley celebrates 50 years in music business with Tuar Ard live performance

To celebrate 50 years in the music business, Red Hurley will grace the stage with a live performance in Tuar Ard Arts Centre, Moate, on Saturday, November 12.

Opening day AIL loss as late Buccaneer’s rally fails to realise City of Armagh success

Trailing 22-6 at the three-quarters stage, battling Buccaneers put in a strong finish but came up just short when going down 22-20 to City of Armagh at the Palace Grounds in their Energia All-Ireland League Division 1B match on Saturday, the late rally salvaged a losing bonus point for the Midlanders in their opening fixture following promotion.

 

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