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A €75 refuse waiver for people with long-term, and lifelong, medical incontinence, alongside changes to waste collection charges, announced by the Government last year, has still to be introduced.
According to the final litter survey of 2018 by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL), Castlebar is now ‘Cleaner than European Norms’ and in 12th spot in the ranking of 40 town and cities – a jump of eight places over the previous survey.
Some 2,500 adults and children in County Galway, who suffer from long-term incontinence problems, are being forced to pay higher bin charges for disposing of their adult nappies, a Galway TD has claimed.
A lengthy campaign by anglers to protect Lough Corrib's wild trout against pike has succeeded.
This reuse month, householders and businesses are being encouraged to reuse more, as less than five percent of disposed items are reused.
The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Deputy Denis Naughten TD, has launched the first ‘call for applications’ under the Government’s new €500million Climate Action Fund.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy is seeking clarification from the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, in relation to his announcement in 2017 for a €75 annual support on bin charges for persons with lifelong/long-term medical incontinence.
A date must be announced for the signing of the National Broadband Plan contract so the scheme can be rolled out to “the areas which need it most”, especially as the delays are “having a serious impact” on homes and businesses still awaiting network connection.
The Galway City Council will spend more than €53,000 this year cleaning up illegal dumping.
A unique gathering took place last week at Hodson Bay Hotel on the shores of Lough Ree.