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More jobs announced as Taoiseach confirms Ballymahon project

The jobs boost for the Midlands as part of the anticipated Center Parcs development in Ballymahon has doubled after being formally announced by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

Sinn Féin Development Plan submission targets large forestry trucks

As part of its submission to the draft Mayo County Development Plan 2014-2020 Sinn Féin has included a submission relating to a schedule of levies and a schedule of weight restrictions it wants imposed on the heavy harvesting of forestry.

Mayo businesses contribute some €1.09 million to local charities and community groups

In Mayo in 2012, local businesses donated a total of €1,093,638 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. Some 990 hours were volunteered by local employees and some 185 community partnerships were supported by 19 companies.

Major strategy to make county more walking and cycling friendly

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A major strategy to significantly improve road safety for pedestrians and cyclists thereby encouraging more people to walk and cycle to work, college, and school, as well as boosting tourism and raising public awareness about its benefits, is currently being redrafted by Galway County Council with the view of seeking funding for a number of projects throughout the county.

Western Care Christmas shop

The Western Care Christmas shop is now open at the Vocational Training Centre, Castlebar, selling Christmas trees supplied by Coillte from local sustainable forests, Christmas wreaths and cards and handmade crafts at competitive prices. All profits will go to Western Care local services.

Carlow’s stars of the future savour Croke Park experience

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Carlow were joined by camogie squads from Antrim, Down, Louth, Roscommon, Wexford, Waterford and Cavan in Croke Park this week to hone their skills as part of the Coillte Camogie Development Squads’ Day.

Coillte launches ‘Healthy Forests, Healthy People’ exhibition at MacDonagh Junction, Kilkenny

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The launch of the ‘Healthy Forests, Healthy People’ exhibition takes place today - Friday. July 24, at 2pm in the shopping mall area of MacDonagh Junction.

IFA secures extension to turf cutting on designated bogs for 2009

IFA SAC project team chairman Michael Silke said that the decision by the Minister for Environment John Gormley to allow an extension of turf cutting on 33 designated SAC bogs for 2009 was inevitable given the very strong reaction of bog owners to the planned restrictions of turf cutting this year.

 

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