11 December 2023

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Locals react to opening of long-awaited Moycullen Bypass

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Locals react to opening of long-awaited Moycullen Bypass

The Moycullen Bypass is officially open to traffic, after the Taoiseach cut the ribbon on the long awaited road this morning.

A crowd of local residents, business owners, local reps, and community groups gathered at the scene.

Sarah Slevin – who is a Moycullen resident herself – was there today and brings us this report from the heart of the village.

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