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Let us begin this week’s column by talking about the marvellous weekend of sports we had here.
The owner of the Castletroy Park Hotel Limerick, Pat McDonagh, has announced a significant expansion plan for the Limerick Hotel. The plan includes increasing the size of the hotel by almost 50 cent above its existing 107 bedrooms and executive suites, a new state of the art fitness and leisure facility and a corporate business hub. The plans were launched this week by Mr McDonagh at an investment and jobs announcement attended by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, TD.
The French election has come and gone and Monsieur Macron has handsomely defeated Marine Le Pen.
Back in February, when the Dáil debated the hospital waiting list scandal, Fine Gael Galway West TD Hildegard Naughton fired out a press release detailing another outrageous statistic about UHG’s A&E Department - as if it had nothing to do with her party.
The Moore and Whitaker Institutes and the School of Law at NUI Galway will host an event on Wednesday, 22 March, entitled “President Donald Trump: The First Sixty Days and Beyond”. The event will take place in the Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima) at 5.30pm in the University’s Quadrangle.
Deputy Peter Burke (FG) has welcomed the publication of the Report on the Cost of Motor Insurance by Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan and Minister of State for Financial Services, Eoghan Murphy.
The long awaited upgrade of the N26 from Ballina once again became the focus of a political to and fro between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil this week in the Mayo County Council chamber. Fianna Fáil councillor Annie May Reape speaking at the October meeting of the local authority said: "In relation to the N26 what is the situation? I led a delegation to Transport Infrastructure Ireland with members of the Roads SPC. I was horrified to be told that it's not even in the capital budget, nothing in the agenda for it, where is it at? We were always told that it would be completed after the 2011 election and it's further gone off the agenda. We were promised everything else in 2011, but we've no representation in Ballina in government and that's probably the problem, under Fianna Fail it was brought to Mount Falcon and now we might get half of a bridge done, the N5 is on the back burner as well, it won't be ready for years."
Galway Chamber president Conor O’Dowd has welcomed the pro-business measures announced in this week’s Budget, but warned that longer term concerns of business remain.
Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has called on Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, to provide funding for an inpatient hospice unit in the Midlands as part of the Budget plans for 2017.