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Westmeath County Council is to write to Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly to request that Red Cross aid for flood victims be extended to assist those who have put flood defences in place at their own expense.
Eddi Reader, one of popular music’s most thrilling and affecting performers, returns to the Town Hall Theatre next month. Having first hit the limelight in the 1980s with Fairground Attraction, Reader’s subsequent solo albums, most recently 2014’s warm and deeply personal Vagabond, have cemented her image as a powerful figure in British music with beautifully raw vocals and an unparalleled romanticism.
The Environment, Community and Local Government Minister Alan Kelly’s review of the Athlone boundary between Westmeath and Roscommon is currently underway.
Well, it has been a very busy few days. For me the highlight was the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis last Saturday.
The Irish Homebuilders Association has responded to Minister Alan Kelly’s reference to developers lowering their expectations for massive profits.
Environment Minister Alan Kelly’s comments that the issue of water charges “has gone off the agenda” has been ridiculed as “wishful thinking” which shows “how out of touch Labour and Fine Gael are from the vast majority of the population”.
Canney has attacked the system where a major flood relief scheme for South Galway is tied up in red tape.
A charity Christmas single featuring Shane Filan stars a number of teenagers from Galway. 'When I Grow Up' was recorded in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in October, and is masterminded by same team that created 'Tiny Dancer A Song For Lily-Mae' in 2012. That tune was the second biggest selling charity single in Irish chart history, second only to the 1985 smash hit, Band Aid's 'Do They Know It's Christmas'.
The UN Climate Conference in being held in Paris this December where world leaders are gathering to finalise a global agreement on climate change. Millions of people around the world are joining together the weekend before the talks begin to call on world leaders to create a low carbon, just and sustainable, future for all. In Mayo, schools, community groups, churches, businesses and members of the public will join in and ask the Government to represent us in Paris by coming to an agreement to take definite action on climate change.