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Anti-social behaviour a concern for Beechpark residents

There is a serious need for the introduction of CCTV in the Beechpark and Beechpark West areas of Athlone - that’s according to Sinn Fein councillor Paul Hogan.

Westport councillors call for Minister Hogan to resign

Westport Town Council's Cllr Brendan Mulroy has called for the resignation of embattled environment Minister Phil Hogan.

Ring welcomes funding for Croagh Patrick Holiday Hostel

Minister of State Michael Ring has welcomed the announcement from Minister for Environment, Phil Hogan that he has given approval for South West Mayo Development Company Limited, to approve funding of €200,000 to Croagh Patrick Holiday Village for the construction and development of a Croagh Patrick Holiday Hostel, in Murrisk. Funding will be provided under the Encouragement of Tourism Activities measure of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013.

Reduce rates to protect jobs says Grealish

A reduction in rates is needed as rates are a “big burden” for all companies and often the cause of viable businesses having to close with the subsequent loss of jobs.

An intimate view of the everyday

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THE AWARD winning photographer and artist Patrick Hogan will be exhibiting as part of this year’s TULCA Festival of Visual Art, which opens tomorrow.

Summer dancing with John Hogan, the Offaly Rover

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Described as the small band with the big sound John Hogan and his band are back at the Royal Theatre on Saturday June 2 for a night of summer dancing. Hogan and his band are long established as one of Ireland’s top party bands. Over the years they have played many functions, street festivals, dance halls, and concert theatres.

Who’s gonna blink first?

Go ahead punk, make my day. Just picture the scene. Dirty Harry aka Phil Hogan pointing his pistol in the face of the nation and asking “Do you feel lucky, You’re asking, did I fire five or did I fire six?” Yes, folk’s with just 72 hours until the deadline for the Household Charge, the country and the Government are playing the ultimate game of brinksmanship.

Ryan proposes radical changes to Septic Tank Bill

Fianna Fáil is seeking an urgent meeting between Mayo County Council and the Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan to discuss his plans to hit septic tank owners in Co Mayo with multiple fees from next year. The Fianna Fáil members of Mayo County Council are to bring forward a motion calling for radical changes to the Water Services (Amendment) Bill, with a view to introducing a much fairer system of registering and upgrading septic tanks in Mayo.

Carmel Sheerin set to release duets album

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Carmel Sheerin is set to launch her duets album on Monday August 22 at the Bridge House, Tullamore.

Hogan announces €100 household charge

A new household charge announced by local Minister Phil Hogan is set to affect some 1.8 million households in the country with a number of exemptions for the lower paid.


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