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Dun na Si Amenity and Heritage Park, the perennially popular recreation location for families to visit in Moate, has been allocated €52,000 towards the upgrade of park fencing, electric supply and lighting as part of the latest outdoor recreation infrastructure funding announcements, it has been confirmed.
The pending review of the Western Rail Corridor north of Athenry is a “major stumbling block” to the development of outdoor recreation facilities in east Galway, and it is “high time” it was commenced, Minister Ciaran Cannon said this week.
Organisations providing cancer-care and mobility transport in Galway are set to benefit from more than €150,000 in funding from the Department of Rural and Community Development under a scheme to support voluntary organisations in rural areas.
Projects in Athlone and its environs have been allocated funding under Measure 1 of the 2018 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme.
Responding to the announcement of a review of the local property tax, Sinn Féin Mayo senator and finance committee member Rose Conway Walsh criticised the failure of the tax to deliver any real improvements to services in Mayo and rural Ireland.
The illusion of 'extra funding’ is not sufficient to address lack of investment in rural Ireland says Conway-Walsh
Speaking in the Seanad recently, Mayo Sinn Féin Senator Rose Conway-Walsh has accused Minister Ring of trying to create the illusion of new funding for rural Ireland while robbing Peter to pay Paul.
One councillor in the Ballina Municipal District says serious investment is required for Mayo’s footpath network with up to 25 per cent of the footpaths in the county crumbling.
A few years ago, when going through old photos at home, I happened upon a set of old monochromes showing myself, about four or five, playing on the grounds of Westport House with the younger members of the Browne family. To this day I have no idea of how this came about, whether I had been kidnapped for the day, or merely abandoned, and the photograph offers no explanation that I have so far been able to decode.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny confirmed on Tuesday evening that a payment of €598,349 has been made to Ireland West Airport Knock this evening,