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Cost a big factor in electric car decisions

Sustainability is at the forefront of consumers’ minds with 93 per cent of those recently surveyed saying they have made changes to be more sustainable - including recycling (92 per cent), and shopping locally (72 per cent ).

Midlands Simon Community and Sophia commended by Minister for housing and support services initiative

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Midlands Simon Community and Sophia have received due commendation from the Minister for Housing, Deputy Darragh O’Brien, for their work in delivering new homes with supports for families, couples and individuals in the Midlands.

Cheaper running costs is the big electric car attraction

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Sustainability is at the forefront of consumers’ minds with 93 per cent of those recently surveyed saying they have made changes to be more sustainable - including recycling (92 per cent), and shopping locally (72 per cent ).

SEAI supporting the sale of electric vehicles

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The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been supporting the sale of electric vehicles since 2011 with over 32,000 EV grants provided to date.

SEAI supporting the sale of electric vehicles

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been supporting the sale of electric vehicles since 2011 with over 32,000 EV grants provided to date.

SEAI supporting the sale of electric vehicles

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been supporting the sale of electric vehicles since 2011 with over 32,000 EV grants provided to date.

Ballina student wins at ‘Our Ocean, Our Plan’ Competition

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Students from 15 schools were honoured at an award ceremony recently celebrating the winners of this year’s Green-Schools Marine Spatial Planning Competition: Our Ocean, Our Plan - including James Brisson from St Oliver Plunkett National School in Ballina who won second place in the Senior Primary category for his 3D model.

Mulroy receives update on Newport sewerage plans

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Fianna Fáil councillor Brenda Mulroy has received confirmation from Irish Water that it will be submitting an application to the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage this month for a foreshore licence to carry out survey work on Clew Bay in relation to a new sewerage treatment plant for Newport.

Approvement in principle received for development on Hermitage building site

Approvement in principle for the construction of 55 apartments at Marist College (the old Hermitage building) on Retreat Road has been welcomed by the Cathaoirleach, Westmeath County Council, Cllr Frankie Keena.

Launch of Navigating A Future: Artists showcase and panel discussion

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Mayo County Council has announced the launch event for Navigating a Future, which will take place at Ballina Arts Centre at 6pm on Friday, May 20.

 

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