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The local community living near Sruthán Pier in An Cheathrú Rua have revived their campaign to stop a sewage and wastewater treatment plant being located beside the scenic pier.
TRANQUILITY, THE latest exhibition by Galway artist Pat Flannery, whose work focuses on the connection between emotions and the hidden stories within, will be officially opened tomorrow, in the Portershed, Eyre Square.
As a National Water Conservation Order came into effect this morning, water supplies in a number of areas in Mayo have been highlighted as being under serious risk, according to Irish Water.
2020 still in good place, but having to hold special council meetings sends out wrong message, says Flannery
called for Galway City Council this week to hear updates on the progress of the Galway 2020 programme. There had been a considerable amount of innuendo circulating regarding the operations of the company and what appeared to be a lack of progress. As a result the CEO and Chair of the 2020 Organisation came into the council chamber to make a presentation and update us on their progress.
Exceedances in pesticides have been detected in drinking water sources in Mayo and as a result Irish Water working in partnership with Mayo County Council and the National Pesticides and Drinking Water Action Group (NPDWAG) is appealing to farmers and other users of pesticides to follow the guidelines when applying these substances to their lands.
DISCOVERY, THE new exhibition by Galway artist Pat Flannery, fearturing works concentrating on nature, particularly the animal and floral world, opens tomorrow in The Renzo Gallery Café on Eyre Street.
Now that the wind and the storms are easing off, it is time to focus on our gardens.
Green Party leader Eamon Ryan will be among the speakers at an event to debate the future of family farming in the West.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Stop Food Waste programme is encouraging everyone to make the most of their food, and avoid throwing out up to €700 worth of food every year.