Bridget bags a €15,000 shopping spree on Late Late Show

  A County Roscommon woman is in for one big shopping spree following a big win on the Late Late Show on Friday night. Bridget Tiernan from Castleplunkett won the show’s prize of a €15,000 shopping spree with One4all. Just...

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Covid-19: Boyle electoral area has highest 14-day incidence rate in county

The Boyle electoral area has the highest 14-day incidence rate for the coronavirus, with 12 cases confirmed in the fortnight leading to September 14th. New data released on the Government’s Covid-19 Geohive shows cases broken down by electoral area, with...

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Gardaí investigate damage to JCB

Gardaí are investigating criminal damage caused to a JCB. It is understood that large boulders were thrown at the vehicle....

Saturday, 19/09/20 - 9:42am Read More

Ten-year-old Alicia gives arresting performance of ‘Message In a Bottle’

By Darragh Kelly A ten-year-old pupil at Roxboro National School is fast making a name for herself as a talented...

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INTO calls time on supersized class sizes in Roscommon

  In County Roscommon, 16% of pupils are learning in classes of more than 30 children, according to the Irish...

Friday, 18/09/20 - 7:22pm Read More

Public urged not to visit patients at Roscommon Hospital

A renewed appeal has been issued to the public not to visit patients at Roscommon Univerity Hospital. The hospital is...

Friday, 18/09/20 - 6:14pm Read More

County gets a break in Covid-19 cases

  Roscommon is just one of a handful of counties that has recorded no change in Covid-19 cases this evening. ...

Friday, 18/09/20 - 6:08pm Read More

Over 350 house-to-house enquiries carried out in Garda murder case

The file into the murder of Detective Garda Colm Horkan in Castlerea is with the local State Solicitor, a court...

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River Suck Descent Challenge underway

If you live anywhere close to the banks of the River Suck, this band of hardy canoeists could be set...

Friday, 18/09/20 - 8:02am Read More

Pressures on priests addressed by bishop

With the weight of expectation on priests, asking yourself whether a vocation is worth it can be a very real...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 8:10pm Read More

Cloonfad’s history makers start school

  By Ellen O’Riordan Four Cloonfad cousins made famous after three were born on the same day and the fourth...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 7:42pm Read More

Covid-19: 240 new cases nationally

Roscommon has not recorded any new cases of coronavirus today. The county was among those listed in yesterday’s health briefing,...

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Covid-19: Leitrim’s 14-day incidence rate third-highest in Ireland

Co Leitrim now has the third-highest incidence rate of coronavirus infections, after Dublin and Louth. There is speculation that Leitrim...

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Public urged to go “up the hill” to help nine Roscommon families

The Jack and Jill foundation has issued an urgent appeal asking people to “up the hill” to raise funds for...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 4:20pm Read More

Owners to return to Roscommon Racecourse

  In line with the Government’s medium-term plan for Living with Covid-19, published earlier this week, Horse Racing Ireland has...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 2:13pm Read More

Man arrested after hit and run in Ballaghaderreen this morning

  A man in his 20s has been arrested and is being detained at Castlerea Garda Station following a hit...

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Dáil business committee approves fast-tracking of forestry appeals bill

The Dáil Business Committee has this morning (Thursday) approved the fast-tracking of the Agriculture Appeals (Amendment) Bill 2020 to deal...

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Two per cent of complaints to children’s ombudsman came from Roscommon

Two per cent of complaints made to the Ombudsman for Children came from Co Roscommon, a new report shows. Complaints...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 12:29pm Read More

‘More to life’ than busy commutes and high-cost living

There is more to life than busy commutes and high-cost living, with the west of Ireland offering a more relaxed...

Thursday, 17/09/20 - 11:02am Read More

Life of Brian reaches major milestone

    If you want a job done or a shoulder to lean on, you could do worse than give...

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