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Minister Denis Naughten has encouraged some of the world’s biggest tech companies to consider locating investment in new jobs to the midlands region, in light of the fact that the area is rapidly becoming ‘the silicon heartlands of europe’.
There was good news this week for residents of Ballycroy with the announcement by An Post that it is to readvertise the contract to provide Post Office services in Ballycroy.
"The people of Ballindine are being unfairly treated by An Post in its decision to close the local post office effective from August 10 next" said Mayo based Fine Gael Senator Michelle Mulherin stated this week.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway, Deputy Eugene Murphy has hit out at the continued delays in the signing of the contract for the National Broadband Plan which he says is having a serious impact on hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in rural Ireland waiting to be connected to the network.
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Deputy Denis Naughten TD, has launched the first ‘call for applications’ under the Government’s new €500million Climate Action Fund.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy is seeking clarification from the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, in relation to his announcement in 2017 for a €75 annual support on bin charges for persons with lifelong/long-term medical incontinence.
The report on potential uses for the future of the St. Brigid’s campus in Ballinasloe highlights “a very clear consensus around the vision for St Brigid’s and the next step”, Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed.
The Mayor of Galway, Labour city councillor Niall McNelis, is demanding a ban on non-compostable coffee cups, following publication of a report by Recycling List Ireland, which found that 200 million coffee cups are thrown away in Ireland every year.
A date must be announced for the signing of the National Broadband Plan contract so the scheme can be rolled out to “the areas which need it most”, especially as the delays are “having a serious impact” on homes and businesses still awaiting network connection.