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Roscommon News – the week that was, July 31st

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A brief round-up of the most read Roscommon news stories on during the past seven days as well as some which you may have missed.

Picture Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Grealy

Our Five Most Read Roscommon News Headlines

#5 Did you know that you may be entitled to a free insulation upgrade for your home?

#4 Inland Fisheries agency monitoring Castleplunkett turlough

#3 Exciting line-up of Chefs confirmed for Food Fair at Strokestown Agricultural Show

#2 Double disappointment for Roscommon Camogie Teams

#1 Runnamoat residents charged over alleged assault in Carrick-on-Shannon

Three Roscommon News stories you may have missed

Over 70 people were arrested in the Roscommon-Longford Garda Division for drink driving so far this year.

Communications Minister Denis Naughten and Minister Heather Humphreys co-chaired the first meeting of the Taskforce on Mobile Phone and Broadband Access.

Two Military plaques were unveiled in Boyle on Wednesday. Boyle Old IRA Commemorative Committee unveiled a 1916 commemorative plaque at Boyle Courthouse. Earlier that day the local Ex Servicemen group unveiled a plague commemorating the local soldiers who served with the Defence Forces in United Nations Mission to the Congo between 1960 and 1964.