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Town Mayor embraces possible light at end of COVID-19 tunnel

Speaking with the Athlone Advertiser this week, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, expressed his aspiration that a chink of light is now emerging following the planned phased lockdown exit announcement.

Call for horse exclusion zone after welfare concerns

Independent councillor James Charity has called for the implementation of a ‘horse exclusion zone’ in part of the Carrowbrowne area to protect the welfare of animals abandoned in flood waters over the weekend.

Fire in The Snug leads to customer evacuation

A fire which started before midnight on Saturday in The Snug Bar on the west side of Athlone resulted in the complete evacuation of the pub as the safety of customers present was immediately addressed.

MEP candidate McHugh stalls campaign to fight wildfire

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When a wildfire broke out on Achill island on Easter Monday, Saoirse McHugh, Green Party MEP candidate for Midlands-North-West, felt she had no choice but to join the firefight.

Why Galway's city and county councils should not be amalgamated

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The economic downturn had a severe effect on the lives of many people in the State. Many companies and individuals were hit hard. There was a view in some quarters that the growth during the Celtic Tiger years was just going to continue, and at worst, would simply level off.

Moving ceremony as Boston Mayor becomes first Freeperson of the county

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Mayor of Boston Marty Walsh became the first Honorary Freeman of the County of Galway on Monday last at a moving ceremony held in Áras an Chontae. Distinguished guests from community, public service, community life and member of Mayor Walsh’s family from Connemara and Boston were present for the formal Granting of the Freedom held in the Council Chamber followed by a Reception in the atrium of the building.

Start your path to a career in healthcare

Career Path College, trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute, a Galway based company providing training nationwide, has new and exciting training packages to suit those interested in a career in the healthcare industry, the ambulance service, nursing homes, and hospitals.

Discover your path to a career in healthcare

Career Path College, trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute, a Galway based company providing training nationwide, has new and exciting training packages to suit those interested in a career in the healthcare industry, the ambulance service, nursing homes, and hospitals.

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Canney welcomes start of work on new Tuam Fire Station

Search continues for man who went missing in the river

A wide ranging search for a man who went missing in the River Corrib was due to resume in the city this morning. The search, which is now entering its third day, follows reports of a man in the river on Monday morning.

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