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Arklow

(är`klō), town (1991 pop. 7,987), Co. Wicklow, E Republic of Ireland, on St. George's Channel at the mouth of the Avoca River. The town has become a popular resort and has a small fishing port. Other industries include small-boat manufacture and pottery. Irish rebels were defeated at Arklow in 1798. Shelton Abbey nearby is the seat of the earl of Wicklow.
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APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION BY WOODENBRIDGE GOLF CLUB TAKE NOTICE that I, Peter Kenny, whose place of abode is at 31 Lamberton Heights, Arklow, County Wicklow, Secretary of Woodenbridge Golf Club, which occupies premises situate at Garnagowlan, Woodenbridge, in the County of Wicklow intend to apply to the District Court sitting at The Rock Parnells GAA Club, Emoclew Road, Arklow on the 25th day of September 2019 at half past ten in the morning or so soon thereafter as this application may be taken in its order in the Court list for the renewal of the Certificate of Registration of the above mentioned Club.
The Department for Transport said it had decided to terminate the contract after Irish company Arklow Shipping, which had backed Seaborne Freight, stepped away from the deal.
The department said it had been Arklow Shipping's backing that gave it confidence in the viability of the deal, and that it stands by the robust due diligence carried out on Seaborne Freight.
When Mary lands in her home town of Arklow next Saturday she will have covered 2,400km - the equivalent of 57 marathons.
Arklow, a general cargo Arklow vessel operated by Clarkson Port Services carrying maize from France.
Jim Rees, The Fishery of Arklow, 1800-1950, Maynooth Studies in Local History 79 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008, 64 pp., [euro]8.95 paperback)
"There''s a history and tradition of Sunderland being a part of these long-established North Sea commodity trades and it''s good to see that continuing with the loading and sailing of the MV Arklow Sea."
4.00 Naas Supporters Handicap Hurdle 2m3f Live on ATR Card page 57 Key stat AP Cawley and Paul Nolan (Arklow Ger) have a 38% strike-rate at the course this season What they say Adrian McGuinness, trainer of Beau Michael "We were very disappointed with him last week after he had worked well before going to Leopardstown and Barry [Geraghty] said he didn't handle the sticky ground.
ARKLOW GER is back on course for another victory at Naas for trainer Paul Nolan.
Rees has written five books on the history of southern County Wicklow, and is native to the town of Arklow that lies on its southeastern coast.