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Staff at B&Q Arcadia Athlone returned to a new reality as the store reopened to the local community amid the easing of restrictions on the roadmap to business and society recovery.
Galway sport is taking a tentative step towards reopening this week with golf and tennis clubs among the first in the Government's roadmap since enforced closure due to Covid-19.
Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has called upon the law to be exacted on those responsible for the “mindless vandalism” to local authority property at the Glynwood-Tully Old Rail Trail/Greenway access site.
With the early cessation of activity across the suite of AIL divisions due to the impact of COVID-19, Buccaneers were placed sixth in the league table, having attained 26 points from their thirteen competitive fixtures played in the campaign.
A Salthill woman has raised more than €5,000 for Galway nursing homes after completing a half marathon with her with triplets.
Galway United’s thirst for national football honours was finally satisfied in Lansdowne Road in 1991 with a 1-0 win over Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup. It was a success that gave reality to dreams cherished for so long by so many who had fostered local football for decades. Linley MacKenzie spent the weekend with the United squad, watching their dreams become reality.
The Easter Bank Holiday weekend - which starts today - normally marks a time that Mayo sees a massive influx of visitors to the county. However, due to the Covid-19 crisis and travel restrictions, fears have been expressed this week that the county could see an increase of people travelling to Mayo to use holiday homes.
The Mayo Mountain Rescue Team were tasked at 7pm last Sunday night to search for a missing person who was overdue on their return from walking the Letterkeen loop walk.
O’Donnellan and Joyce auctioneers' first nationwide property auction of 2020 took place last Friday February 28 in the Harbour Hotel in Galway city. There was a great selection of properties on offer, from the heart of Galway city to the scenic countryside villages of Renvyle and throughout parts of Kildare and the sunny southeast. After a busy four weeks of advertising and open viewings it is not surprising there was a huge amount of interest shown from across the globe. There were a large number of phone and internet bidders, nationally and internationally, with bids coming from throughout Ireland and further afield on the properties which were located around the country.
Plans for the construction of the €600 million Galway Citry Ring Road will cause ‘eco-cide’ to more than 6,000 species of animasl, birds and insects, various groups opposed to the development told an oral hearing into the project in the city this week.