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Fine Gael Councillor stresses urgent need for local authority to employ seasonal staff

Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has called on the Athlone-Moate Municipal District (AMMD) to employ seasonal staff to help cover busy periods and holidays.

Castledaly native formally appointed Commercial Manager at Bord na Mona

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Castledaly native, Brendan Kelly, has been appointed to the role of Commercial Manager at Bord na Móna.

Common cranes successfully breed on Bord na Mona rewetted peatlands

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Common cranes which set up home on a rewetted Bord na Móna Midlands peatland earlier this year successfully hatched two baby chicks in May, the first recorded birth of Crane chicks in Ireland in over 300 years.

Low return in rehabilitation jobs offered by Bord na Mona

Just two out of every five jobs promised within Bord na Mona for bog rehabilitation work across the Midland counties have been filled, according to a Dáil reply received by local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.

Local Fine Gael Councillor questions logic of peat imports

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Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has criticised the logic of Bord Na Mona not being allowed to sell harvested peat to both the agriculture and horticulture sectors.

Stay and Spend Scheme ignores many attributes of numerous inland counties

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Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has expressed disappointment that the Government’s new Stay and Spend Scheme has ignored older people who do not have a tax liability and inland counties with limited numbers of Failte Ireland approved accommodation.

Essential funding for proposed pilgrim greenway welcomed

Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed a grant totalling €95,000 which has been afforded towards the eventual construction of a greenway from Athlone to Clonmacnoise.

Seasonal staff being abandoned by BNM hierarchy, says Fitzmaurice

Seasonal staff are being abandoned by the hierarchy within Bord na Mona, according to independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice.

Bord Na Mona layoffs a devastating blow – Murphy

Fianna Fáil Senator Eugene Murphy has described the layoffs from Bord Na Móna as “a devastating blow” to the midlands and has called on the Minister for Communications, Climate Action, and Environment Richard Bruton to publish the report from the Just Transition Commissioner Kieran Mulvey.

Westmeath relinquish their grasp on O’Byrne Cup

 

 

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