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Irish Rural Link (IRL), the national network representing the interest of rural communities have today, with its base in Moate, has welcomed news that local authorities will now be the data controllers for the community CCTV scheme.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has said that the vandalism of a church near Clifden highlights the need for rural communities to avail of Government funding for CCTV.
It is that time of year when students start to consider their options before the central applications system opens in November. It may be particularly worrying for students with disabilities as they question their suitability for certain courses based on what they feel may be a restriction.
John Ryan and Dave Gleeson founded Blackberry Hearing last year to address the shockingly high cost of hearing aids.
BOX OFFICE smashes from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden will be screened in a feast of continental cinema at the Town Hall Theatre from January 30 to February 31.
Gerard Feeney is director of Hear Ltd and also an independent Hearing Aid Audiologist with sixteen years’ experience in the hearing aid industry. He is a member of the Irish Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (ISHAA) and the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA). He is also president of the Irish Hearing Society (IHS) which is a chapter of the International Hearing Society with over 3,000 members throughout America, Canada and Europe.
CCTV cameras should be installed in “trouble spots” in Salthill and Knocknacarra as a way of both tackling and discouraging anti-social behaviour.
Fine Gael councillor Michael Burke told a meeting of the Mayo Joint Policing Committee that since the installation of CCTV in Ballinrobe there has been dramatic drop in crime in the area. Speaking at the committee, Cllr Burke said: “We had CCTV installed in Ballinrobe and we have our neighbourhood watch scheme going. A few weeks ago the Gardai informed me that in the town, crime has fallen by about 90 per cent in the area that’s covered by the scheme. Now, that’s probably the highest drop in crime rate in any part of the country. I want to say thank you to the superintendent in our area who worked very hard with us to get this and I’ve to compliment the county manager who made such substantial funds available to it.”
A CCTV system for Westport has still not been signed off at Garda Headquarters. At the town’s JPC meeting on Monday, Superintendent Aidan Foley said that the application has been submitted however there had been no progress on it and he could not give a commitment as to when it will be signed off.
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