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For the second year in a row Ballina has been selected by the Heritage Council and the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage to receive funding under the Historic Towns Initiative (HTI).
With the summer season starting to kick into gear and the lockdown restrictions easing around the country, there was good news for Mayo this week with the announcement that ten beaches in Mayo have been awarded Blue Flags. Included in that number is Bertra which lost that status last year.
A local councillor has called on City Hall to issue a full report of the number of vacant sites in the city and explain why it has not been collecting the levies owed from such sites.
The commercial rates waiver must include businesses which continued to trade through the COVID-19 crisis, despite enduring significant trading impacts.
People Before Profit Galway has condemned the decision by Galway City Council to close the allotments in Merlin Park Woods in response to the covid-19 pandemic.
We are, once again, in political stalemate. In the meantime, the mechanisms of the State continue as they were under a caretaker government. The problem, of course, is that 'as they were' is hardly sufficient.
An innovative work of Midlands Simon Community which aims at supporting people to move from the insecurity of homelessness to the safety of having a home of one’s own has been commended in the debate on homelessness held in the European Parliament.
Following on from a competitive tendering process, Westmeath County Council signed the Housing First Contract for the Midlands Region with Peter McVerry Trust.
An East Galway TD has called on the ESB to “carefully assess” the impact of the Derrybrien Windfarm on flooding in South Galway as part of a new environmental assessment the Government is required to carry out.
Homeless charity Galway Simon Community has warned that the homelessness crisis is worse now than at any other time in the 40 years since the organisation was founded — and it fears it will continue to get worse before it starts to improve.