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Westmeath flood blackspots to benefit from funding

Two locations in Westmeath are to benefit from funding from the Office of Public Works (OPW) to address localised flood problems.

Tuesday’s strikes see public services grind to a halt

Schools, social welfare offices, museums, libraries, county and town council offices all ground to a stop in the wind and rain last Tuesday as the public service workers in the county joined their colleagues across the country in a one day strike. Non essential services were not available to the people of Mayo for the day as the thousands of public service workers in the county voiced their anger at potential cut backs to their pay and conditions in the upcoming Budget.

Marlinstown‘white elephant’ highlighted in Dail by Penrose

The failure by the IDA to attract a blue-chip anchor tenant to the windswept and empty business park in Marlinstown Park in Mullingar was brought to the Government’s attention by local Labour Party TD, Willie Penrose, this week (December 3).

TDs call for urgent action on local flood relief

County Galway will be given the highest priority in flood relief works by the Office of Public Works from next year, according to Minister of State with responsibility for the OPW Martin Mansergh.

Minister Dara Calleary looks back on 2009

For me 2009 has proven the best and worst of times.

REPS4 payments on the way, says Healy Eames

The pay run for REPS4 has started and farmers should begin to receive the payment shortly, according to Fine Gael Senator Fidelma Healy Eames. Her colleague, Mayo Deputy John O’Mahony received the information in an adjournment debate Fine Gael had called for in the Dáil.

New ambulance centre for Mulranny

The HSE west has officially taken over the industrial units at Mulranny Industrial Park for conversion to the new HSE west ambulance base.

Appalling treatment of mental health patients forced to live in squalid conditions - McFadden

Fine Gael Seanad spokesperson for Social and Family Affairs Nicky McFadden, has said findings by the Inspectorate of Mental Health Services that a number of psychiatric hospitals, including St Loman’s in Mullingar, are ‘unfit for human habitation’ are harrowing beyond belief.

Before we get out the pitchforks let’s educate ourselves

This week I received some astonishing emails regarding headshops. Obviously, and understandably, locals are concerned about headshops, especially since there’s a lot of misinformation and scaremongering going on out there.

Before we get out the pitchforks let’s educate ourselves

This week I received some astonishing emails regarding headshops. Obviously, and understandably, locals are concerned about headshops, especially since there’s a lot of misinformation and scaremongering going on out there.

 

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