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Plans for Moate Courthouse conversion get go-ahead

Plans for the redevelopment of Moate Courthouse were finally given the green light by councillors at this week’s December monthly meeting.

Decision to axe Local Improvement Schemes is a disgrace, says Canney

The Government has decided not to continue to fund Local Improvement Schemes states Cllr. Seán Canney.

Bee Green launches environmentally-friendly drycleaning in Galway

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Bee Green Dry Cleaners officially launched its environmentally friendly brand to the Irish market on Tuesday at its Briarhill Shopping Centre branch. The Langan family were joined by Mayor of Galway City Cllr. Mike Crowe and members of the Galway business community to mark this event. Bee Green is the only 100 per cent green dry cleaners in Ireland, using biodegradable detergents which are non-allergenic, non-irritating and odour free.

McDonnell calls for people to report illegal dumping

Independent Councillor for Galway City East Declan McDonnell has called on members of the public to report sightings of illegal dumping as it will be acted upon by the local authority and the Gardai.

McDonnell calls for people to report illegal dumping

Independent Councillor for Galway City East Declan McDonnell has called on members of the public to report sightings of illegal dumping as it will be acted upon by the local authority and the Gardai.

Athlone flood defences still have €1.8 million hole

Some of the worst affected areas in last November’s floods will have an indefinite wait for flood defences, Athlone Town Council learned this week, after the Office of Public Works (OPW) found the €1.8m price tag presently prohibitive.

Athlone flood defences still have €1.8 million hole

Some of the worst affected areas in last November’s floods will have an indefinite wait for flood defences, Athlone Town Council learned this week, after the Office of Public Works (OPW) found the €1.8m price tag presently prohibitive.

A self-assured city drawing on a rich history, says President

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I would like to thank you Mayor and each and every member of the Kilkenny Borough Council for this great honour, which I know is rarely dispensed. It is a great privilege to be made a Freewoman of Kilkenny City and to be in the company of two such distinguished citizens as Brian Cody and Seamus Pattison. I understand that we are the only three people living to hold this distinction and I will treasure it and the memory of the goodwill and pride of the people of Kilkenny in their city which caused me to receive it.

 

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