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No turning back for Weir despite the announcement of Grid West commission

Councillor Seamus Weir will not be reversing his decision not to run for Fine Gael in this May’s Local Elections, even with the announcement this week by the Minister for Environment, Pat Rabbitte, of a commission headed up by retired judge Catherine McGuinness to investigate the potential of undergrounding the Grid West Project.

IDA cannot ‘corral companies to Mayo’

The IDA, the body responsible for attracting foreign companies to Ireland, has said it cannot be expected to “corral a company to go to a particular part of the country unless it will make sense for their business”.

Government engaged in arrogant and misleading campaign on pylons, say Fianna Fáil

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Jobs and Enterprise Dara Calleary has accused the Government of engaging in an arrogant and highly misleading campaign on pylons. The Ballina based Dáil deputy said this week: “The comments from the Taoiseach and the Minister Pat Rabbitte this week show just out of touch this Government has become. It clearly demonstrates that the Government has absolutely no intention of taking on board the genuine concerns of communities and intends to just press ahead with the large scale construction of overhead lines regardless of any objections.”

Calls for government funding to tackle storm damage

Calls are going out today for government funding to address serious storm damage in the county.

Record numbers for IDA job creation but Mayo not benefitting

The IDA, the body responsible for attracting foreign companies to Ireland, has said it can't be expected to 'corral a company to go to a particular part of the country unless it will make sense for their business.'

Stronger protection needed for Mayo’s Bord Gáis customers ahead of sale — Calleary

Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has said there must be a review of the role of the Energy Regulator to strengthen the protections in place for consumers in Mayo ahead of the sale of Bord Gáis Energy (BGE) next year. Deputy Calleary said the announcement that Bord Gáis Energy is to be sold to Centrica, which operates British Gas, will cause concern as prices have been increasing for consumers in the UK.

Waiting lists soar in Mayo while Government seeks further health cuts, says Calleary

New figures published by the HSE have revealed a 17 per cent increase in the number of people on waiting lists at Mayo General Hospital. According to the figures seen by Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary, there were 850 adults and children waiting for in-patient and day case appointments at Mayo General Hospital at the end of September. That is an increase of 126 in the year.

People feeling ‘harassed’ by Gridwest says Calleary

Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary said that people in Mayo are feeling “harassed” by the Gridwest project team. The Ballina based Dáil deputy was speaking in the Dáil on Wednesday where he outlined a number of concerns about the proposed Eirgrid project nationally and at home. In his speech, he said: “In my own area, Eirgrid and their agents have been calling to landowners in relation to the Gridwest project. This seems innocuous enough however they are doing this in spite of being asked not to, in spite of signage on properties telling them not to enter, and they are making multiple phone calls to land and property owners. A number of people have spoken to me of feeling ‘harassed’ by the Gridwest project team. This is not what one expects during a consultation process, and this is why we feel the Government need to proceed without delay to establish the independent review.”

Government blocks Fianna Fáil proposals to revive town centres — Calleary

Mayo Deputy Dara Calleary has hit out at the Government for blocking Fianna Fáil proposals to revitalise struggling town centres in Mayo and across the country.

Government engaged in covert attack on Mayo small schools — Calleary

Mayo Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has said there is a mounting threat to the future of small schools across Mayo as the Government continues to sit on a report which could determine their future. In response to questions from Fianna Fáil in the Dáil, the Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn again refused to commit to a date for publishing the Value for Money review, which he has had since early this year.


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