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SF's housing figures just don't add up

Scenes from the recent Mica protest in Dublin were stirring, with up to 30,000 of our citizens pouring from buses and cars onto the streets of Dublin. Much of the crowd travelled the long and winding roads from Donegal, with green and yellow jerseys standing out from the throng. But there were also families from Mayo, Clare and Limerick; the places where the sub-standard blocks used to build homes have wreaked the most devastating of consequences.

Seeing Earth exhibition on show in Westport

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Seeing Earth, is an exhibition by Pauline Garavan which is currently showing in the Custom House Studios + Gallery in Westport.

Enhancement project gets underway at NMI - Country Life

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A significant project to enhance and extend the entrance lobby and visitor welcome point at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, has recently commenced.

Never a better time to enjoy exciting city break experiences and attractive rates

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With packages and attractive rates offering great value coupled with a range of interesting and exciting things to do, a break in Dublin makes more sense than ever.

Twelve Mayo projects in Built Heritage Investment Scheme

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Twelve Mayo projects have been included in the Built Heritage Scheme for 2021, announced by Minister of State Malcolm Noonan, as part of a €3m funding scheme for 477 built heritage projects provided by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage in association with the 31 Local Authorities

Waste water and poor planning threaten city's future development

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In its recent publication, Wastewater Treatment in Galway, An Taisce reminded us that until the wastewater treatment plant on Mutton Island came into operation in 2004, this city had historically allowed 6,000,000 litres of untreated raw sewage a day to flow out into Galway Bay, a Special Area of Conservation.

Ulysses - and gun fire in Galway

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Nora’s last visit to Galway in April 1922 did not go well. Galway, as well as the country, was caught up in a deadly Civil War. The anti -Treaty forces had occupied the Connaught Rangers’ Barracks, Renmore, while the pro- Treaty forces occupied the Great Southern Hotel. The Galway to Dublin train was regularly fired upon from the barracks. There were sporadic gun fights around the Custom House, and the Masonic hall, as both sides struggled for possession. It was a dangerous time and people were fearful.

Norah Brennan exhibition in Westport

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Custom House Studios are currently hosting an exhibition of paintings and prints - 'My Halcyon Days' - by Norah Brennan. The exhibition runs until Sunday, September 13.

Three person exhibition at Custom House Studios

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Custom House Studios are pleased to host an exhibition of paintings - Terrain - by Marian McHale, Eileen Ferguson and Fiona Cawley, which runs until Sunday, September 13.

Custom House Studios to host Age to Age - Ó Aois go hAois

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Matthew Mitchell is a fine artist painter based in Clare and his exhibition "Age to Age - Ó Aois go hAois" will be showing in the Custom House Studios in Westport over the coming weeks.

 

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