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Dolan wants more staff to enforce anti-litter laws

 

County council needs to provide more financial resources to undertakers

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The Galway county council must take immediate action to ensure that undertakers are given adequate financial resources in order that they may carry out their function under the Coroners Act.

Aware relatives and friends programme is coming to Mayo this October

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Aware, Ireland’s leading organisation providing support, education and information services around depression and bipolar disorder, today announced that the new Relatives and Friends Programme will be available to the people of Mayo this October. The free programme, six hours over the course of four weeks, aims to provide helpful information about depression and bipolar disorder, provide practical advice, and address the challenges faced each day when supporting a loved one experiencing depression or bipolar disorder.

O’Rourke welcomes progress on Railway Field Road

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Mayor of Athlone, Aengus O’Rourke, has welcomed progress on the development of the Railway Field Road.

Confusion regarding funding for security fencing along Greenway

 

Few takers locally for Home Relocation Scheme

 

Progress made on Railway Field Road development

The council and board of CIE have reached an agreement that could possibly see the long running Railway Field saga come to a conclusion.

Councillors angry as Greenway extension plans are delayed

 

It’s all Go in Mayo towns with new car sharing service

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A new car sharing service has been launched in Westport and Castlebar towns and plans are under way to roll out the operation to other towns across the county. GoCar, in partnership with Irish Rail, Mayo County Counciland Westport Smarter Travel has launched its car sharing service in  Mayo with the first GoCar base situated at Westport and Castlebar train stations and in both town centres.

Galway school first to step up to Enable Ireland’s No Phone Survival Challenge

 It is going to be one of Ireland’s biggest social experiments as addicted screen tapping teenagers are asked to give up their phones for 24 hours.

 

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