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Westmeath Civil Defence is looking for volunteers. Civil Defence is a volunteer-based organisation whose members are proud to serve as high quality back-up to the primary emergency services and the local community.
Work on the Solas Picture Palace arthouse cinema on Lower Merchants Road is expected to recommence in October with the appointment of a new contractor.
With the final curtain getting ready to come down on the Galway Arts Festival this weekend organisers are already describing the two weeks of top-class music, theatre, art, and comedy as a success, with managing director John Crumlish describing the 2011 festival as a “vintage year”.
With just three weeks to go before Westmeath County Council makes a preliminary decision on the plans for the €1.4bn Chinese exhibition suburb on the eastern edge of Athlone, only four critical submissions have been received by the planning department to date.
Westport town councillors have voted against the introduction of on-street car parking charges, from April to October, which means that the €150,000 revenue needed to “balance the books” for the 2011 budget needs to be culled from expenditure.
Having pay and display parking on the streets of Westport, which was decided upon following the recent budget, is still a hotly debated issue among local town councillors, who voiced their concerns at a traffic management meeting held last Thursday.
Amendments to car parking bye-laws in Westport are to be considered for adoption at a traffic management meeting on Monday next.
Councillor Peter Flynn has suggested that a way to alleviate traffic coming from the heavily congested Newport road is to provide a link road to the Castlebar road.
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The city should be decked in Connacht flags and the Connacht Rugby colours of green and white, with the public, city businesses, and the Galway City Council doing all they can to support the team in the run up to their European cup match against Toulon.