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Westmeath natives who are home from abroad for the holidays, and all those who consider themselves part of the Westmeath diaspora, are invited to take part in a major survey on the future development of their home county.
The need for a new acute hospital in Galway can no longer be ignored given comments by the Saolta Hospital Group at this week’s Special Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Healthcare, Dep Hildegarde Naughton has said.
Michael Ring, Minister of State for Regional Economic Development, has announced the provision of funding of €167,406 for the delivery of a number of Rural Recreation projects in Co Mayo through a combination of trail maintenance and development by Mayo County Council, South West Mayo Development, and Coillte.
Budget 2017 “will not make any significant difference” in providing better rural services and infrastructure, and at best only offers rural communities the, “crumbs from the rich man’s table”.
Environment Minister Simon Coveney must clarify if he has a conflict of interest in adjudicating on the lease application for the renewable energy test site proposed for Galway Bay, a Galway senator has demanded.
Taoiseach and Mayo native, Enda Kenny, will officially launch the new Home Instead Senior Care office on Monday, June 20. The launch event takes place at 10.00am at the new home care office in Moneen Industrial Estate, Castlebar.
A commitment to approve a life changing cancer drug has been given by the Health Minister Simon Harris, after Galway East Fianna Fáil TD Anne Rabbitte raised the case of a man in her constituency who has been fighting the disease for six years.
With less than a month to go until the closing date for entries for the 2016 Irish Forest and Woodland Awards, the RDS is calling on Mayo farmers, landowners, and community groups to enter now for their chance to share in the €10,000 prize fund.
Government commitments to increase garda numbers must be met following years of "serious depletion" of resources and manpower, resulting in "a spate of burglaries" in east Galway, which has left villages across the county "on edge".