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Following Ireland’s exit from the EU/IMF recovery programme and in the context of projected GDP growth of 4.7 per cent for 2014 and 3.9 per cent for 2015, Ministers Noonan and Howlin announced their budgetary measures for 2015 which have been set out below. More detail will be included in the Finance Bill to be published later this month.
Ireland West Airport Knock welcomed the announcement by the Government of the construction of a new motorway between the towns of Gort and Tuam, which when complete will provide improved access and shorter journey times between Galway and Ireland West Airport Knock.
More than 50 heart attack patients have been transferred by helicopter to Galway University Hospitals (GUH) in the past six months.
Children's races in Southpark, Terryland Cycle Picnic, a Fat Tyre Night in Moycullen, Merlin Woods Cycle, Bike Maintenance, Cycling Research Showcase and free bike rental are just some of the numerous events and initiatives planned for Galway Bike Festival, which takes place from Saturday June 16 to Sunday June 24. The festival programme, which was officially launched by Mayor Hildegarde Naughton on Tuesday aims to attract and encourage cyclists, particularly new cyclists of all age groups to discover the enjoyment and benefits of cycling.
The Western Development Commission (WDC) welcomes the announcement this week that Ryanair will commence four new international flights from Ireland West Airport Knock. The new schedules will start in April 2012 between Ireland West Airport Knock and Barcelona, Frankfurt, Milan and Paris resulting in a total of 14 Ryanair routes from the West of Ireland airport.
Kilkenny and the south-east region can expect to benefit treblefold from investment into the new M9 motorway, which opened its final phase yesterday.
Waterford Airport has welcomed the official opening of the new Danesfort to Waterford section of the M9 which makes the regional airport more easily accessible than ever from Kilkenny.
The N6 Kilbeggan to Athlone national road scheme which was officially opened this week, is great news for business in the midland and west regions, it was claimed at the opening.
Just days after the journey times on the Dublin-Galway road were sliced by the opening of the Moate and Kilbeggan bypasses, Galway Chamber has urged Government to stand by its commitments to the N6 Galway Outer Bypass as it feels that the new road will be worthless if traffic ends up being snarled in the city suburbs.
If a crossroad is a watershed indicating a choice to be made, then Claremorris is the crossroad of the west of Ireland.