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Galway homes with radon could face bills when sold

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Homes in Galway with high radon levels could face large bills to remove radon gas prior to the building being sold.

The Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland wants homeowners to identify and remove radon gas from homes before they are sold.

It’s thought the cost could reach one thousand euro per home and the measures will be considered by the Cabinet early in the New Year.

Last month, it was revealed that one in four homes surveyed in Galway are above the acceptable level of the cancer-causing radon gas.

A home in Ballymoe was found to have 21 times the acceptable level of radon, while two other homes in Ballindooley and Castlegar had more than 11 times the acceptable level.

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Request for more time to build sports facility at Inishbofin appealed to planning board

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- The county council’s refusal of an application for more time to develop a sports facility at Inishbofin has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála.

The plan led by Inishbofin Development Company C-L-G to request extra time for the project was refused by the council in April.

The development at Middlequarter involves a single storey sports facility to include dressing rooms, referee room, showers and toilets.

An Bord Pleanála is due to issue a decision in September.

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Gaelscoil Dara Renmore wins national science competition

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- Gaelscoil Dara in Renmore has been declared the winner of START, a national science competition

It challenges primary school children aged 8 to 12 to simulate their own trial and report on their findings.

The ‘Schools Teaching Awareness of Randomised Trials’ final took place yesterday at NUI Galway

Gaelscoil Dara’s winning entry asked the question ‘do children learn better from a teacher or from each other?’

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Athenry’s Agricultural Show returns for first time since 2019

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From Galway Bay FM newsroom- The Athenry Agricultural Show is returning tomorrow for the first time since 2019.

As with previous years, there will be a wide range of classes in categories such as showjumping, equine, sheep and dog showing, and baking.

Many categories will hold championships, and a range of qualifiers for other shows throughout the country will also be available.

A full schedule of classes is available on the Athenry agri show website.

Assistant show secretary and PRO, Mary O’Keeffe says everyone is excited to see the return of the event.

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