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Joe Daly, the local election candidate for People Before Profit in the Castlebar district, has called for the broadband infrastructure to be nationalised and rolled out by the ESB.
THE AD Hoc choir voice workshops return in the New Year for a full term of singing and are open to anyone who would like to move from singing in the shower to singing with other people.
IF YOU have ever wanted to try singing with others, then the ad hoc choir workshop might be for you, with a new run of introductory workshops this month and next.
Westport and Knock are to become free public wi-fi zones thanks to a unique initiative which will give locals and tourists in seven tourism centres across Ireland unlimited access to broadband speeds of up to 100mps.
MANY PEOPLE would love to sing, but maybe do not have the confidence. Others would love to sing as part of a choir, but have no experience or do not know where to start.
THE AD Hoc choir will begin a new term of workshops, entitled Free Your Voice, starting April 4, and running on Mondays and Tuesdays in the GTI, Fr Griffin Road.
THE AD-HOC Choir will host a series of singing workshops, in the Galway Technological Institute and the Galway Arts Centre, with classes suitable for a variety of levels and interests.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, yesterday launched a joint venture between Vodafone and the ESB that will see one gigabit broadband being delivered to 10 towns around the country including Castlebar and Westport.
Eighty-four locations across east Galway and Connemara will remain without high speed fibre optic broadband, with no guarantee that services will improve in the sort to medium term.
A civil servant received one of the coldest receptions ever afforded to a visitor at a Galway County Council meeting earlier this week when he gave a presentation on the National Broadband Plan. Sean Griffin from the Department of Communications was handed the unenviable task of delivering an update on the plan, and how it would affect long-suffering internet users in rural Galway. But it was unlikely that Mr Griffin had reckoned on a chamber packed with 39 irate councillors, each of whom was awarded time to speak on the contentious issue. And it was not pretty. At one stage the department representative was even accused of pedalling “happy pills’’ to pacify a bunch that were anything but happy.