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Volunteer groups unite to showcase River Shannon water based activities

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A core feature of the forthcoming Croí na hÉireann Festival, on Saturday, March 18, the River Shannon will showcase the best that the waterway has to offer as numerous local volunteer groups unite to host a wealth of activities.

€2.3 million for Greenways in Mayo


End of an era as Naughten decides to step away from national politics

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has confirmed that he will not contest the next General Election, due to take place in 2025.

Galway hoteliers deeply concerned at prospect of €400m VAT increase

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Galway hoteliers have expressed deep concern about the effect of a potential €400m increase in VAT on Irish consumers and overseas visitors.

Mental health services that empower young people a necessity - Kerrane

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Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Claire Kerrane, has called for cross-party support for their party’s proposals that would ensure mental health services for children and young people are properly resourced, fully staffed and provide support when and where they are needed.

Galway Girl leading Eurovision race

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Leitir Meailláin’s Jennifer Connolly, who performs under the name CONNOLLY, has been named by BoyleSports as the leading favourite to represent the country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest hosted in Liverpool.

Happiness as stolen dog reunited with Galway family after two years

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A local family whose dog was stolen two years has spoken of the delight at the news that she was found in Dublin and traced back to them using micro-chip technology.

The Prince of Wales Bar announces revised January opening hours

The Prince of Wales Bar has announced new opening hours for the month of January.

SMEs are now three times less likely to prioritise sustainability

Just 14% of Irish Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) plan to increase investment in sustainability practices and solutions such as water conservation, energy conservation and recycling in the next 12 months due to rising costs pressures, according to a new Irish Water survey of SME attitudes to conservation and sustainability, developed in partnership with the Small Firms Association.

Turloughmore celebrates its sole senator

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Seanad Eireann is celebrating its 100th anniversary and in that hundred years some of the greatest and most noted people took their place in the Higher House of the Irish Parliament.


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