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Roscommon News – the week that was, October 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.

Our Five Most Read Roscommon News Headlines

#5 Connacht GAA reject claim that Kilmore postponement request was denied.

#4 Organiser withdraws from Roscommon Town Christmas Day GOAL Mile to focus on local charity projects

#3 Elderly lady passes away from injuries sustained in Car crash near Ballymoe.

#2 13 Roscommon Properties go under the Hammer at next Allsop Auction this Thursday (November 3rd).

And the most read Roscommon News item over the past 7 days was:
#1 Roscommon businesses take major honours at Irish Auto Trade Awards.

Check out our weekend Sports Round-up here.

Other Roscommon news stories you may have missed – The week in numbers

17 – the number of months that the Roscommon Mental Health Report is overdue. Responding to a question from Seantor Maura Hopkins the Minister of State for Health Promotion, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, said that the report will be given to the HSE.

105 – The Post Office in Castlerea has been based in the same building on the town’s Main Street for the past 105 years. In December the facility will be located at Lyons’ Supermarket on Barrack Street after Dermot Lyons won the tender to run it.

123 – Member of Outdoor Staff at Roscommon County Council have voted to go take industrial action over the Council’s alleged use of Vehicle GPS systems to track time-keeping issues.

297 – The number of Gardaí based in the Roscommon – Longford division according to recent figures.

€107,246 – The average price of the 138 homes sold in Roscommon this year according to CSO figures.