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Mayo to hit the road to Limerick

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Mayo will make the trip to the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick for the second year-in-a-row for a qualifer game when they take on the Treaty county in round one, which will take place over the weekend of Saturday, June 9 to Sunday, June 10.

Burke welcomes progress on Eel Compensation Fund

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Deputy Peter Burke, Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath, has this week received confirmation from Minister Sean Kyne that progress is being made regarding a compensation fund for eel farmers who had to cease operations due to EU rules a number of years ago.

Town and Village Renewal Scheme now open

A sum of €15m will be available for small towns and villages across Ireland through the 2018 Town and Village Renewal Scheme again this year.

Funding of €60k to tackle illegal dumping

Almost €60,000 has been allocated to tackle illegal dumping in Westmeath by Minister for the Environment Denis Naughten, with a further €19,000 pledged to crack down on litter, dog fouling and graffiti.

Westmeath gets €93k to support heritage projects

A €93,000 investment has been awarded to Westmeath to support local heritage projects.

Advice clinic for Westmeath farmers

A clinic will be held in the Mullingar Park Hotel from 4pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday, May 1 to help Westmeath farmers with their online applications for the Basic Payment Scheme.

Live register figures for Westmeath decline

 

Sports grants programme is set to reopen this summer

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Deputy Peter Burke, Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath, says he is confident that the Sports Capital Grants programme, which saw €1.1 million come in to the county last October, will be re-opened as early as this summer.

Singificant funding for rural Westmeath roads

Westmeath has received more than a quarter of a million euro for small and rural roads under the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS), Longford-Westmeath TD Peter Burke (FG) announced this week.

Burke is optimistic about jobs, but the Midlands lags behind

 

 

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