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Mayor urges Galwegians to pull on maroon jersey as city reopens for Christmas

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Everyone has a part to play in helping boost the local economy and limiting the spread of Covid-19 this December, that is the message from Mayor of the Galway City Council, Mike Cubbard, as Galwegians get ready to do their Christmas shopping and make the long-awaited return to the restaurants and bars.

South Westmeath sports clubs set to avail of Capital Grants

Minister of State and Longford/Westmeath TD, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, has welcomed the latest final set of allocations for local capital projects under the 2018 round of the Sports Capital Programme (SCP).

Stunning home in Lackagh

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Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale a stunning owner occupied detached home which is ideally positioned in a cul de sac and overlooking a green in Woodlands, Lackagh.

Athlone RSC announce ten new inspirational ambassadors

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Ten inspirational young sports persons from the Athlone environs who all have excelled in their chosen field were introduced to the public at an Ambassador launch night held in Athlone Regional Sports Centre.

Athlone Regional Sports Centre set to receive major investment

In tandem with the recent positive news of a changing landscape within the heart of the town, Athlone Regional Sports Centre has announced news of two major development projects to take place at the state of the art multipurpose facility next year.

Galway swim distance markers win international award

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The swim distance markers initiative in Salthill, Galway city, has won an international award that recognises partnerships that have transformed urban spaces into active spaces.

Naughton welcomes sports capital funding for local organisations

Almost €3.3 million is to be invested in sports organisations and facilities in communities throughout Galway under the Sports Capital Programme, local Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton has announced.

New city park and rugby pitch planned for Kingston

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Twelve acres of amenity land in the Kingston area, half of which is owned by the Galway City Council, look set to be turned into a major public park to include a children’s play area, three multi-use games areas, and a grass rugby pitch.

Westside halting site a ‘knee jerk reaction’ to Traveller accommodation crisis, Cubbard warns

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Cllr Mike Cubbard has said he will not support plans to install a temporary halting site on a site owned by Galway City Council in Westside if this comes before the Galway City Council later this month.

Sports centre reveals new line-up of ambassadors



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