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Local politicians joined forces in Galway to launch a special fundraising appeal for cystic fibrosis.
There have been a large number of national polls conducted since the February 2016 General Election, and some clear patterns have emerged, which Insider believes will carry through to the next General Election, expected some time in 2019.
Inland Fisheries Ireland this week announced the publication of its Owenriff Fish Stock Survey 2017 and also its Owenriff Fish Population Rehabilitation Plan 2018 in which declining fish stocks have been identified and a project outlined to promote the recovery of the brown trout and salmon populations in both lakes and rivers and to prevent further decline in the catchment.
Sean Kyne, TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries Sector this week announced that Inland Fisheries Ireland is to commence fish stock management operations on the Owenriff catchment, near Oughterard, to protect and restore trout stocks which have been impacted by recent introductions of pike to the catchment.
Two rivers in the Erris area are to be opened for fishing in 2018 following a raft of new regulations.
The Galway City Council has secured funding for a major flood defence project for the city. The announcement was made by Galway city Mayor Pearce Flannery following an emergency meeting on Wednesday morning at 7am between the OPW Minister, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, an senior executives of the city council, and councillors.
Thirteen angling clubs and organisations in Mayo have received funding for projects from Inland Fisheries Ireland.
Sean Kyne TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries Sector, has this week announced that 18 angling development projects in the Galway region have been awarded funding of some €275,000 by Inland Fisheries Ireland to improve angling access in the area. The Minister made the announcement while visiting ongoing river enhancement projects on the Grange River, a major tributary of the Clare River that runs through counties Galway, Mayo and Roscommon. The works have been made possible by a unique collaboration between Inland Fisheries Ireland, the Office of Public Works (OPW), Cairde na Chláir and the Clydagh Foundation.
Sean Kyne TD, Minister with responsibility for Inland Fisheries, has welcomed the development by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) of a specific stock management plan for Galway’s Owenriff system aimed at removing pike from the system as a significant step forward.
Proposals to amalgamate the Galway city and county councils into one local authority body appears to be falling out of favour after a Government minister said there was no support for the move and that it was time to "move on".