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The geology, history, ecology and future tourism development of the Burren in County Clare are the focus of a major two-day event announced for May 25th and 26th.

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8 projects across County Galway have been awarded funding totalling €286,070 under the 2024 Community Monuments Fund, details of which have been announced by Minister of State for Nature, Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan TD.

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Galway County Council has received national recognition for an innovative digital project that mapped over 40,000 graveyard memorial records across County Galway and made them publicly available online.

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Members of the public and community groups are being invited to celebrate International Day for Monuments and Sites 2024 on Thursday, April 18th by participating in a free bus tour of some of East Galway’s most intriguing built heritage sites.

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The largest representative body for self-catering properties in Ireland says tomorrow’s anticipated signing of the EU’s Regulation on short-term rental data collection and sharing in Brussels will have positive, long-term consequences for the sector.

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Free and half price admission is being offered at local visitor attractions and sites across County Clare on Saturday and Sunday, April 20th and 21st as part of the second annual “Be a Tourist in Your Own County Clare” initiative.

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Householders, schools, businesses and communities across County Galway are being encouraged to support the National Spring Clean campaign this April.

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267 community and voluntary groups across County Galway are being allocated funding totalling €294,830 to support the delivery of a wide range of projects and events from playground upgrades to pollinator planting and from arts festivals to graveyard maintenance.

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Galway County Council has announced plans to deliver 139 new homes in Athenry, Portumna and Tuam.

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Householders across County Galway are being encouraged to bring their batteries and electrical/electronic waste to a set of free collection days being held in Mountbellew, Loughrea, Gort, Maam Cross and Oughterard during April and May.

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