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Longford/Westmeath TDs James Bannon and Mary O’Rourke have been named in the top 10 for Dail expenses, according to a report this week.
Local councillor Colm Arthur has expressed his concern over water shortages and burst pipes in Kilbeggan due to freezing temperatures over the last couple of weeks.
The third annual Aware Connemara Cycle has been announced by its volunteering organisers and people are invited to participate in the fun charity event to raise much needed funds for the charity, Aware, in the west of Ireland. Aware is a national voluntary organisation giving support to people affected by depression by providing a broad range of appropriate therapies.
AIB’s Better Ireland Programme has announced details of the three children’s projects short listed by each branch for the current 2009/2010 programme.
A leading west of Ireland musical society has launched a novel search for as many Grace O’Malleys as it can find – and it’s all to do with its forthcoming show about the legendary pirate queen of the same name.
A number of Aer Arann flights were either cancelled or delayed due to the strike by air traffic controllers at airports across the country yesterday.
Organisers have announced the third annual Aware Connemara Cycle will take place in April. People are invited to participate in the fun charity event to raise much needed funds for Aware in the west of Ireland. Aware is a national voluntary organisation giving support to people affected by depression by providing a broad range of appropriate therapies.
Ballina Fine Gael councillor Michelle Mulherin is to become a full member of the Committee of Regions. This is a committee of the European Union which has to be consulted by the European Commission and the EU Council in regard to matters of local and regional authorities.
Local Fine Gael TD James Bannon walked out of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Heritage & Local Government on Tuesday, in protest at the Government’s failure to set up a river Shannon authority to ensure that flooding will not devastate housing, farming, business, and tourism in the Midlands again.
Despite reports that the Eircom Exchange in Monksland was supposedly broadband enabled, people in the area are still unable to get fixed line broadband from Eircom, that’s according to Cllr John Keogh, the local county councillor for the Athlone Electoral Area of County Roscommon.