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Coole Park will host a number of events this weekend as part of its celebration of Tree Week.
Belmullet GAA club are confident their €1.8 million GAA development will be finished in time for The 2010 National Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta finals which are scheduled to take place in the Mayo Gaeltacht capital on the June Bank Holiday weekend. The new state-of-the-art GAA facility on the outskirts of Belmullet town boasts two playing pitches, four dressing rooms, a club house, a covered stand, and parking facilities. Chairperson of Belmullet GAA club Sean Ó Gallachoir said he was delighted with the progress to date and that the project was on target and would be ready to host the National Comórtas finals from June 4-7.
A range of events for all ages will take place in Coole next month as the park celebrates Tree Week as part of its spring cultural programme.
All primary schools in the city will receive a garden pack this week containing tools and equipment to develop a mini garden.
The family of a Bagenalstown man was left on tenterhooks again this week when the man charged in connection with the death of one of their own, had his case further adjourned.
Musician, songwriter, company director, and project executive are all words which aptly describe Linda Welby. However on meeting this artist in person there is even more to learn about this extraordinary woman who is now attracting the attention of media broadcasters up and down the country.
The newly designed Parade has taken centre stage in Kilkenny city over the last couple of weeks, but not for the right reasons.
A delegation from Bord Gáis assured the members of Castlebar Town Council that they would do all in their power to ensure that all works carried out by and on behalf of Bord Gáis would be done to the highest standards and all damage caused by these works would be restored to the highest quality.
A Galway student attending GMIT Letterfrack has been awarded the prestigious Ronald McDonnell Bursary for her talent in furniture conservation and restoration.
Discover Primary Science has put out the last call for Westmeath schools to signal their intention to apply for an Award of Science Excellence ahead of the deadline of March 31. All primary schools registered for the DPS programme who intend to make a submission for the Awards of Science Excellence can apply online at www.primaryscience.ie or call Discover Primary Science on (01) 607 3184.