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Castlebar family put their stamp on postal progress

The Sweeneys from Boradruma, Castlebar, are one step ahead of the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Eamon Ryan — in the wake of his recent announcement that postcodes will be introduced to Ireland by 2011 — as the family have already been using their own postcode for years.

Massive farming protest and rally organised for Monday

Mayo farmers will be out in force next Monday when they conduct a tractorcade through Castlebar to highlight Government cuts and the devastating impact that collapsing farm incomes have on the rural economy in Mayo.

155 local children await orthodontic treatment – Bannon

Longford/ Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy James Bannon says that the Minister for Health is shamefully putting the dental well-being of the children of Longford/Westmeath at risk, with 155 children currently awaiting orthodontic assessment.

Better airport signage needed as tourists struggle to find IWAK

Fine Gael Deputy Michael Ring, spokesperson for community, rural, and Gaeltacht affairs, has called on Mayo County Council and the NRA to improve the signage for Ireland West Airport Knock.

Submissions invited on rights of homeowners

Submissions are now being invited by the Dáil Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women’s Rights, on the issue of the rights of homeowners to protect themselves against trespassers.

Seanad should not be abolished - McFadden

Senator Nicky McFadden has spoken out against her party leader Enda Kenny’s proposals to abolish the Seanad.

Almost 1,300 Mayo farmers waiting for REPS 4 payment – Ring

Mayo Deputy Michael Ring, Fine Gael Spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, has questioned the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food in the Dáil this week in relation to second-year payments in REPS 4.

Kenny welcomes Castlebar town centre enhancement works

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny TD has welcomed the planned works by Castlebar Town Council to carry out enhancements of Castlebar’s Main Street, Castle Street, and Ellison Street. The works will involve new road surfaces, wider footpaths with new paving, new public lighting, and raised pedestrian crossings. The project is aimed at making the area as pedestrian friendly as possible with an emphasis on improved accessibility for the disabled.

FG to present Private Members’ Motion regarding elderly people and crime

Mayo Deputy Michael Ring, Fine Gael spokesperson for community, rural, and Gaeltacht affairs, has indicated that he and his colleague, Deputy Charles Flanagan, Fine Gael spokesperson for justice, equality, and law reform, intend to put down a private members’ motion in the Dáil regarding elderly people and crime.

Ring appeals for courthouses to remain in Westport and Kiltimagh

Deputy Michael Ring, Fine Gael spokesperson on community, rural, and Gaeltacht affairs, has been in touch again with the Court Services in relation to the proposed closure of the Westport and Kiltimagh courthouses.

 

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