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Full houses for online greenway meetings as interest in plan reaches fever pitch

The massive interest in the Athlone to Galway Greenway was illustrated by the packed attendances at a series of online meetings last week organsied by Sen Aisling Dolan and Minister Anne Rabbitte.

Online Science Week event at Roscommon Arts Centre

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As part of this years’ Science Week, Roscommon Arts Centre are delighted to present STRONGWOMEN SCIENCE from 9am on Sunday, February 28.

Death by wrongful humiliation - the story of Valentine Steinberger

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STEPHANIE KLAPP, MA Culture and Colonialism NUI Galway, history teacher, and local historian, recalls the story of a fellow German who made Galway his home, but found himself caught up in the 1916 Rising and wrongly humiliated on the streets of Galway.

Taobh le Taobh - songs as Gaeilge

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THE ROAD to Taobh le Taobh, the new EP from two stalwarts of the Galway music scene - Pádraic 'Joycey' Seoighe and Niall Teague - began somewhat by chance one day in 2018.

Council begin installing lighting along South Park and Blackrock

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Work began this week on providing low-level, interactive, smart lighting, along the walkways at South Park in the Claddagh, and alongside the golf course, just off Blackrock, Salthill.

Significant funding allocated towards the construction of new town bridge

The provision of significant funding afforded to the construction of a new bridge to cross the River Shannon in the heart of Athlone is a welcome boost towards the continuance of the national cycleway route from Dublin to Galway.

River Shannon bridge crossing is certain to enhance Athlone’s tourism potential

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Certain to garner much use, both locally and from a tourism perspective, construction of the bridge which will cross the River Shannon as the National Cycleway project progresses, is due to culminate in June 2023.

Ring road project is out of sync with our legal obligations on carbon reduction, says Connolly

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Building the N6 road is one of the most "blatant examples of a human activity which will certainly increase our emissions and our dependence on cars", Dep Catherine Connolly told the An Bord Pleanala oral hearing into the project on Monday.

 

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