Chris O’Dowd offers Social Spin to the pub in initiative to combat rural isolation

Boyle actor Chris O’Dowd has offered up his driving skills to support a new pilot initiative. Social Spin aims to provide a safe and sociable option to get people to and from the pub. The initiative comes from a group...

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Like father, like son in Ballinameen

Father and son, David Wynne Snr. and Jnr., who won a Junior A Football Championship title with Ballinameen in October. Picture: Gerard O'Loughlin
By Ian Cooney Father and son relationships tend to be special. But, in a GAA context, the archetypal imagine is one of Dad on a sideline, or behind the wire, dishing out orders to “Junior” when he does something right,...

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Cuisle Alliance hopes to get lease

The Cuisle Holiday Centre in Donamon could be reopened under a new local organisation. The Cuisle Alliance, originally initiated by...

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Housing development planned for Strokestown

A significant planning application for 10 housing units in the Strokestown area has been lodged by Roscommon County Council in...

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‘Win A Home in London’ to further boost Roscommon GAA finances

  Twelve months after the successful Win A House in Dublin project, which grossed €1.4 million and netted Roscommon GAA...

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Roscommon winners at Community Games awards

  Roscommon areas and volunteers were rewarded for their commitment and dedication to Community Games at the annual Aldi Community...

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