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Cllr Mike Crowe is unhappy with the manner in which An Taisce compiled a report on wastewater treatment in Galway.
Karen Community Garden (Grow it Yourself, Ballina) has been awarded the Green Flag Award for 2019.
Independent Galway West TD, Noel Grealish, in the March 28 edition of the Galway Advertiser, said the problems with the new proposed Ring Road/Inner Bypass lay less with the Galway City Council or An Bord Pleanála, but are mostly a consequence of the State’s planning laws.
AN ART exhibition, featuring work by art, design, and ceramic students from Gort Further Education and Training Centre, East Galway Adult Literacy Centre, Loughrea, and St Dympna’s ADS, Portumna, opens today.
An Taisce's Galway Association has submitted an appeal to An Bord Pleanala against the Galway City Council's decision to grant planning permission for the proposed Bonham Quay development.
Are you looking for somewhere with good food and an environment that induces relaxation? If so, do not look any further than The Lough Ree Inn.
Despite the recent destruction caused to the coastline in Mayo, there may be some relief for beaches which it was feared would lose their Blue Flag status this year because the damage caused would not be cleared up by the time they were inspected. An Taisce held its annual Blue Flag conference with local authorities this week to discuss the blue flag and green flag programs for this year.
Conservation Volunteers Galway (CVG) has recently been awarded 'Coastcare newcomer of the year 2013' by An Taisce at the 10 year anniversary of its nationwide Clean Coasts programme.
The controversial An Taisce report which ranked Mayo as one of the worst local authorities when it came to planning decisions has been further criticised this week, with the County and City Managers’ Association (CCMA) calling on An Taisce to recall the report in its entirety.
Mayo County Council has hit back at a report launched by An Taisce this week, which ranked Mayo as the fifth worst local authority in regard to planning decisions. Mayo County Council have also called for An Taisce’s position to be reviewed following the report’s publication, stating that “The report is a further indication of the urgent need to have the privileged position which An Taisce has enjoyed in the planning system reviewed as a matter of urgency.”