Senator Maura Hopkins calls for further health resources to be made available to Syrian Refugees

Senator Maura Hopkins says she believes that further health resources will need to be made available to the Syrian refugees who are set to arrive in Ballaghaderreen shortly. Senator Maura Hopkins was commenting following the news that €97,000 has been…

Minister Denis Naughten announces measures to tackle illegal dumping

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, T.D., has launched a new anti-dumping initiative to support the clean-up of dumping black-spots and to target those who engage in this illegal practice. Speaking in Ballinasloe at the launch…

Mary Ellen Raftery RIP, late of Ballinlough

Monday 13th March, peacefully at Mayo University Hospital in her 90th year. Mary Ellen Raftery RIP, late of Clougher, Ballinlough. Predeceased by her husband Bernard, son-in-law John Cregg & great-grand daughter Aisling Duggan. Mary Ellen is survived by her son…

Cloonfad United reserves defeated in Connacht Shield

Reserves defeated The reserves bowed out of the Connacht Shield with a whimper on Sunday to a much more accomplished Galway Bohmenians “B” on a 2-0 scoreline. Cloonfad played against a strong breeze in the first half and almost held…

Thomas Patrick “Tommy” Flynn RIP, late of Arigna

Sunday 12th March (following an accident), peacefully, in the loving care of the staff at I.C.U. Beaumont Hospital, Dublin and surrounded by his devoted wife and immediate family. Thomas Patrick “Tommy” Flynn, late of Carnault, Arigna. Predeceased by his parents…

Kathleen Quinn (née Delaney) RIP, formerly of Castlerea

Sunday 12th March, peacefully. Kathleen Quinn (née Delaney) RIP, late of Brackernagh, Ballinasloe and formerly of Baslick, Castlerea. Predeceased by her daughter Mary and granddaughter Irene. Sadly missed by her sons John and Eamon, daughter Donna, grandchildren Emma, John, Tony,…

Roscommon Minor Camogie team record comfortable win over Carlow

Picture Credit: ©INPHO/Donnie Phair The Roscommon Minor Camogie team got their All-Ireland C campaign off to a good start with a 4-7 to 1-5 win over Carlow in O’Hanrahan’s GFC on Saturday. Roscommon were quickest to settle and good work…

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