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Shatter joins the broken promise brigade, this time on Garda numbers — Calleary

Adding to the growing list of Government U-turns, the Minster for Justice has signalled that Garda numbers are likely to be reduced, according to Fianna Fáil spokesperson on justice Dara Calleary.

Garda Commissioner praises 'professional' work of Corrib policing

The Garda Commissioner, Martin Callinan, has praised the work of gardaí in Mayo who police the Corrib Gas project, where he said over the years they have been doing their job “professionally”.

Sewage Scheme opens in Tullaroan

Phil Hogan, Minster for the Environment, will formally carry out the opening of a brand new sewerage scheme on his home turf in Tullaroan on Saturday next April 9, at 11am.

Some respite care to return to Athlone - Hogan

Councillor Paul Hogan is hopeful that some respite beds will be provided again for the people of Athlone.

Minister invited to assess Westport Town Council

At the recent meeting of Westport Town Council, it was proposed that Minster John Gormley visit Westport Town Council to see first hand how the council benefits the town.

Land to be dezoned under new planning and development act

County councillors reacted angrily to the fact that lands which have been zoned in the county under the Mayo County Development Plan, may have to be dezoned, under a new Planning and Development Act 2010.

New Ossory website launched

The diocese of Ossory has re-launched the diocesan website, www.ossory.ie.

In case of emergency, try SAS, says White

Minister of State Mary White has welcomed the Senior Alert Scheme (SAS), which will make life easier for older people in Carlow and Kilkenny.

Minute’s silence at matches on Sunday

Westport Town Council briefs

Minster to be contacted over special needs cuts

 

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