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Mayo General Hospital has always been used as a political pawn but its future is one which is of the utmost importance to the people of this county.
Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey TD was in west Mayo last Friday to officially open the Great Western Greenway from Newport to Mulranny. Also being officially opened was the popular new walking and cycling route through Westport town.
Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey TD will be in west Mayo tomorrow (Friday April 16) to officially open the Great Western Greenway from Newport to Mulranny. Also being officially opened is the popular new walking and cycling route through Westport town.
“Forced emigration is again a reality in County Mayo for an entire young generation.” This was stated by the Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny TD when speaking at the AGM of the Kiltimagh/Craggagh branch of Fine Gael on Monday night.
A war of words has broken out between Leader of Fine Gael Enda Kenny TD and local Labour Party PRO Harry Barrett over the issue of public service inefficiencies.
Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny TD has received confirmation from the Central Statistics Office that the Live Register in Co Mayo has more than doubled for those aged under 25 from January 2008 to January 2009. The increase was recorded at being 106.7 per cent representing an annual increase of 1,089 for those under 25.
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny TD has expressed his concern at the recent falls in passenger numbers experienced at Aer Lingus and Ryanair and the damage being inflicted on passenger numbers by the air travel departure tax that is proving to be disastrous for Irish tourism and business. Recently, the credit rating agency Standard & Poor declared that the tax would encourage falling numbers of airport users. County Mayo is fortunate enough to have the facility of Ireland West Airport Knock, however, this departure tax may lead to falling numbers at the airport, said Dep Kenny.
Fifty seven Mayo schools require some form of building works, it has been revealed this week. Fifty two of those schools are in pre-architectural planning and only five schools are at the stage of architectural planning.
The Minister for Environment and Local Government John Gormley has come in for sharp criticism from Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny regarding payments to Mayo County Council for funding under the housing aid grants administered by local authorities. The situation is so dire at present that Mayo County Council does not have the financial resources to continue approving grants leaving many people without the necessary funding to carry out essential repairs to their homes.
Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny TD has invited newly elected Fine Gael TD George Lee to speak at a public meeting in Castlebar. The meeting will focus on the Lisbon Treaty and specifically Europe and jobs. It is taking place at the TF Royal Hotel in Castlebar on Monday September 28 at 8pm. The Fine Gael MEP for Ireland North West Jim Higgins will also be speaking at the meeting.