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Councillor welcomes installation of four new bus shelters in Monksland

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The installation of four new bus shelters serving the Monksland area has been welcomed by South Roscommon Fine Gael Councillor John Naughten.

Rev Lynda Peilow's Christmas ‘sandbag stocking’ to highlight Sudanese hunger crisis

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A new festive tradition began in Galway this week when a local clergy member hung a sandbag on her mantlepiece instead of a Christmas stocking, to raise awareness of the hunger crisis in flood-hit South Sudan.

Storm Barra makes detrimental impact in South Westmeath communities

 

Councils prepare for arrival of storm

As per Met Éireann’s latest storm advice, the effects of Storm Barra will begin to be felt across Ireland from Tuesday morning, continuing all the way into Wednesday morning. The main impacts will include strong winds, falling trees and potential flooding. High tide in Galway Bay will be at 6.45am Tuesday.

Progress on flood relief works for Salthill

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The floods which have played havoc with Salthill over the last decade could be greatly reduced and minimised now that flood relief plans for the area are progressing.

Three new bus stops on west side of city

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Three new bus stops are to be installed in the west side of the city as part of a plan to install 18 new shelters across the city as a whole.

‘Comedians are delighted to see the Galway Comedy Festival coming back’

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“Laughter is the best medicine, it is important for our mental health, for audiences, for the people working in the industry, and also for comedians themselves. They use it as therapy, it’s their only release. You can’t really do it on Instagram, you have to do it live.”

OPW Minister of State makes recent visit to Shannon Callows region

Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW), Deputy Patrick O’Donovan, recently visited the Shannon Callows region, the area between Athlone and Meelick weir which is prone to seasonal flooding.

Online learning hub on sexual consent launched in Galway

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“There can be no place for any forms of sexual violence and harassment in our society, and there can be no room for doubt or ambiguity on the meaning and importance of consent.”

O’Reilly welcomes €17.3m package to help Ireland’s road network become more climate resilient

Galway is to receive €1.2m of a €17.3m climate adaptation investment programme for regional and local roads.

 

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