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Allowing Bord Gáis to hike its gas and electricity costs by 1.47 per cent from next month will do nothing but heap more pressure on hard pressed families in Galway.
Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has said there must be a review of the role of the Energy Regulator to strengthen the protections in place for consumers in Mayo ahead of the sale of Bord Gáis Energy (BGE) next year. Deputy Calleary said the announcement that Bord Gáis Energy is to be sold to Centrica, which operates British Gas, will cause concern as prices have been increasing for consumers in the UK.
Continuing on from a sell out nationwide tour in 2012, which included Dublin’s Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the Waterfront in Belfast, Friends In Low Places, better known as The Ultimate Garth Brooks Experience returns to The Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Saturday May 11
The issue of the retention of county council area offices in towns around the county is one that has been brought up on numerous occasions over the past few years as budget cuts have hit the county. The issue was raised again at Monday’s budget meeting of Mayo County Council, and county manager Peter Hynes reiterated that no guarantee can be given for any office, especially with the expected redrawing of the electoral area boundaries to municipal districts. “It’s not a decision of anyone in this chamber as to the map of the division of the municipal districts, there are no guarantees,” he said. “You can’t look for rationalisation and give guarantees on depots and offices. When the map for the planned divisions come in we’ll do a workforce plan like we’ve done before.”
With yet another cold winter forecast, ‘fuel poverty’ could become a very real problem for some Kilkenny households in the coming months.
Bankers behaving badly is a sore subject in the current economic climate but it is one which is only beginning to attract the literary attentions of novelists. One of the best such novels has just been published by the prize-winning London-based South African writer Justin Cartwright.
New design on membership card
The Galway Ladies senior footballers host their first home game of this season’s Bord Gais Energy Ladies National League on Sunday.
The Galway senior ladies, who opened their NFL account last weekend, will be looking to build on that performance when they face Kildare on Sunday (2pm) in Ballykelly, Monasterevin.
The 2011 Bord Gais Energy Ladies Football National League kicks off on Sunday with Kilkenny hosting Westmeath in Urlingford. The sides last met in 2008 when the Cats had a one point win in the Leinster semi final but the girls from the Lake County reversed this result with a three point win a month later in the All-Ireland series. Westmeath struggled in the League last year to cope with the powerhouses of Cavan, Fermanagh and Waterford resulting in relegation to Division 4 where they will hope to be better matched with Kilkenny, Carlow, Offaly, Louth, Roscommon, Antrim and Derry.