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O’Rourke calls on Garda Commissioner to resign over resourcing of policing issues

Local Fianna Fáil councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, has this week called on Garda Commissioner Drew Harris to resign his post for the manner in which policing in Athlone is resourced.

Troy calls on HSE to fulfil long-standing promise to build new Athlone ambulance base

Local Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has called on the HSE to follow through on its long-standing commitment to develop a new ambulance base in Athlone.

Fresh Skillnet Ireland research highlights importance of digital and sustainability upskilling of workforce

New research from Skillnet Ireland has revealed that over 60% of businesses in Ireland stated their workforce will need upskilling in the areas of digitalisation and sustainability, to navigate complex modern challenges and remain competitive.

Research from Skillnet Ireland highlights importance of digital and sustainability upskilling for Irish businesses

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New research from Skillnet Ireland has revealed that over 60% of businesses in Ireland stated their workforce will need upskilling in the areas of digitalisation and sustainability, to navigate complex modern challenges and remain competitive.

Memorial fundraising walk to honour former Athlone politician Nicky McFadden

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A memorial walk in honour of former Athlone Fine Gael politician Nicky McFadden will take place on East Saturday morning (March 30).

Cyber mindset programme sees Noone Cyber Security named Digital Impact of the Year

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A new cyber mindset programme to help educate and empower students, parents and teachers when it comes to the use of social media and smart devices, saw Galway cyber security experts Noone Cyber Services recognised at the National Digital Business Awards.

The Atlanta Hotel

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Joseph Owens lived in Glenamaddy with his wife, who was born Annie M Tuohy. They had three children, Dick, Mary, and her twin Joseph (born February 4, 1912), who was known to one and all as Josie. The father died very young. Annie remarried, this time to a man named Doorly, and in 1922, the family bought a four-bay four-storey early 19th century house in Lower Dominick Street from Nora O’Donnell and moved to Galway. Annie was a busy woman, she opened a drapery shop where she designed clothes, made them and sold them in her shop, and she kept lodgers upstairs, all as she was rearing her children.

Event remembering Cumann na mBan leader, Julia Morrissey to take place

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The life and legacy of Julia Morrissey, one of the leaders in the Galway Rising of 1916, will be commemorated at an upcoming event in Athenry, marking the 50th anniversary of her death.

Aoife Raftery announced as Motorsport Ireland Road Safety Ambassador

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Galway Rally driver Aoife Raftery has been named as one of two Motorsport Ireland Road Safety Ambassadors for 2024.

Midlands region farmers are frustrated and have right to protest - Dolan

Local councillor and farmer John Dolan has stated to the Athlone Advertiser this week that farmers from the Midlands region are “right to protest” at the constant stream of regulation, bureaucracy and negativity expressed towards the agriculture sector by both the EU and the Government.

 

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