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A County Westmeath dairy farmer has become the latest member of the Lakeland Dairies Board.
Westmeath representatives, Eddie McCormack and Paul Lyna, were in attendance at the 51st Foróige volunteers conference which took place recently in the Mount Wolseley Hotel, County Carlow.
Ireland’s largest indigenous MedTech company, Aerogen, is the new sponsor of the University of Galway Camogie Club.
Mounting fears that Salthill Garda station will soon face the axe got a reprieve this week, with a dramatic U-turn decision on closing the busy barracks at night.
The consistently diligent work of numerous local community volunteer groups was formally recognised for the third successive year as Athlone achieved a gold medal standard accolade at the annual National Tidy Town’s awards ceremony.
The Health Insurance Authority’s (HIA) annual report has revealed that the health insurance market remained in a strong position in 2022 and the number of people with health insurance in Ireland continued to rise including increasing numbers purchasing cover for the first time.
A secret report into housing across Galway has revealed a shocking failure of the City Council to reach even half its build target for social housing for 2022.
During the first meeting of Údarás na Gaeltachta’s Head Office in Na Forbacha, 97 jobs were approved in the manufacturing, marine, food and drink and business development sectors. The positions were approved for projects in counties Donegal, Galway and Kerry.
A momentous sporting occasion, Sunday, September 24, proved to be a landmark date in the history of Athlone Athletics Club, with the inaugural hosting of their half marathon and 10km races.
If you love singing and want a challenge, Galway Choral Association wants to hear from you. The association, a mixed-voice community choir, has vacancies for men and women who want to sing music from the classical choral repertoire.