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Councillors call for water conservation incentives

Mullingar councillors are calling on the Minister for the Environment to offer certain incentives to householders when it comes to the implementation of water charges in 2015.

Be warm and efficient this winter with Nioclas O Conchubhair Teo

Connemara-based Nioclas O Conchubhair Teo has recently re-launched a new stove, fuel and insulation centre.

Summerhill students collect ‘digital schoolbags’

First year students at St Joseph’s College, Summerhill were presented with brand new iPads yesterday [Thursday] as they arrived for the first day of their secondary school career.

Sponsors sought for public bike scheme for Galway

A public bike scheme for Galway, which would see 250 shared bicycles made available for use in the city, is seeking sponsorship from businesses and commercial entities.

O’Mahony calls for increased space on Westport trains for bicycles

Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has said that he intends to make representations to Iarnród Éireann to request the company to consider increasing the number of spaces available to passengers to carry their bicycles with them on their journey.

Have your own water harvesting system

Usable water is a resource which is becoming increasingly scarce in Ireland. Water extracted, processed, and supplied through either the public water supply or private water schemes is becoming more and more expensive for the consumer.

Scheme will help reduce farm water costs, says Mulherin

The €53 million Dairy Equipment and the Rainwater Harvesting Schemes that will open for applications on Tuesday, March 1, will help reduce water costs on Mayo farms, according to Mayo Fine Gael General Election candidate, Cllr Michelle Mulherin.

Get your water woes sorted with Grant Water

Water hardness, protection of household appliances, rainwater harvesting, or simply having a drink of nice tasting water, these are just some of the main concerns for Galway households and businesses, but Grant Water has the high quality and professional services which will have your water flowing in tip top shape.

Get your water woes sorted with Grant Water

Water hardness, protection of household appliances, rainwater harvesting, or simply having a drink of nice tasting water, these are just some of the main concerns for Galway households and businesses, but Grant Water has the high quality and professional services which will have your water flowing in tip top shape.

Bawnmore teacher’s house on the market

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This unique property is known as the Teacher’s House and was built by the then landlord Richard Kirwan in 1867 and, as the name suggests, was built for the teachers of the local school. The property is a cut stone residence with an additional extended area.

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