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Two projects in Mayo are going to benefit from a €700,000 investment in the county under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme - which is administered by Minister Michael Ring's department.
A total of 605,000 passenger journeys were recorded on the Dublin/Mayo rail line in 2019, the highest figures ever recorded on the route - this represents a 4.9 per cent increase on 2018.
Athenry Credit Union has introduced a new full-service Current Account with globally accepted Mastercard Debit Card with Contactless Payments, Standing Orders, Direct Debits, and the option of an Overdraft facility.
Rail greenway for Athenry would not work as it does not have Mayo scenery, Rail Corridor meeting told
Converting the Western Rail Corridor around Athenry and north Galway into a greenway would not be as successful as the Mayo Greenway, because it has inferior landscape and scenery, a meeting in Athenry was told last Thursday night.
The potential European funding available for the Western Rail Corridor will be explored at an important public meeting in Athenry tonight Thursday December 12.
It seems Connemara is just one big special area of conservation thanks to our Dublin-based masters. And sure isn’t it right there is concern for the bog cotton, the pearl mussels, the common lizard, the snails, and a host of other creepy crawlies?
Galway East TD and Minister for Rural Affairs Seán Canney and Cllr Gabe Cronnelly have received confirmation that Galway County Council will open the new link road off the Athenry by-pass connecting Athenry Presentation College this week.
With an exceptional reputation for offering excellent financial products and services to their members, Athenry Credit Union has unveiled its new website experience.
Iarnród Éireann has invited members of the public and interested organisations to participate in a public consultation as part of a financial and economic appraisal of proposals to extend the Western Rail Corridor.
The West needs an engine like the Shannon Group to drive economic and social progress if the region isn’t to fall hopelessly behind Dublin. That was the message from business leaders in Claremorris, after the south Mayo town scooped the ‘Best in Connacht-Ulster’ trophy at the Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town Awards.