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New and updated Rathra House to be builtNew and updated Rathra House to be built
Monday, 28th August 2006

A new version of Rathra House is to be built near Ballaghaderreen which will include geo-thermal heating and solar panels, as well as a modern conservatory. The original, the home of Ireland's first p... Read On >>




Castlerea emigrant remembered in his home town
Thursday, 24th August 2006

Members of the Cryan family gathered at the market square in Castlerea last week for the unveiling of a memorial in memory of one of the town's emigrants. John Cryan from Baslick went to the United St... Read On >>




Keadue festival still has no homeKeadue festival still has no home
Monday, 14th August 2006

The organisers of the twenty-eighth O'Carolan Festival in Keadue are still trying to raise funds for a harp centre for the village; at present musicians are using a variety of venues including the cre... Read On >>




Two local ladies are crowned
Tuesday, 8th August 2006

The shores of Cavetown Lake near Boyle was the scene last week for a large gathering for a festival to raise money for the foreign missions, and it also saw two local ladies receiving prestigious titl... Read On >>




Knockvicar site might be countryKnockvicar site might be country's first
Tuesday, 11th July 2006

DNA tests are to be carried out in Sligo on teeth found with skeletal remains at a mass grave at Kilteasheen, Knockvicar, to establish whether it could be the first site in the country showing evidenc... Read On >>




Roscommon woman is KnockRoscommon woman is Knock's four millionth passenger
Wednesday, 5th July 2006

Knock is celebrating a major landmark in its growth as an airport today.

Mary Croughan, from Castlerea in Co Roscommon, became the airport's four millionth passenger when she passed through on her wa... Read On >>




A generous gesture from Rooskey youngsterA generous gesture from Rooskey youngster
Monday, 3rd July 2006

Shauna Cox lives with her parents Mary and Jarlath and sister Ann Marie at Druminmore, just outside Rooskey, and the eight-year-old recently made her First Holy Communion at Our Lady of Mount Carmel C... Read On >>




Work to get underway on new Dromad and Roosky bypassWork to get underway on new Dromad and Roosky bypass
Friday, 30th June 2006

Work is due to get underway today on the new Dromad and Roosky bypass in Co Roscommon.

The new 10km stretch of the N4 will link the Drumsna bypass to the Longford town bypass and is due to be complet... Read On >>




Academic honours for Boyle manAcademic honours for Boyle man
Tuesday, 20th June 2006

Alan Byrne, who has both an aunt and a grandmother living in Boyle, was recently conferred with a Master of Arts in Sociology in Queens College, New York. The grandson of Sheila Killalea of the Plains... Read On >>




"Ming" remembers Hanly Hall"Ming" remembers Hanly Hall
Monday, 12th June 2006

At a public meeting in Castlerea last week to discuss the development of Hanly Hall Luke "Ming" Flanagan recalled happy memories of the hall in his youth and looked forward to the realisation of the p... Read On >>




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