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Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest - council hears

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

City to aid the resurrection of Fianna Fáil?

In ‘The Russians Are Coming’, one of the greatest episodes of Only Fools And Horses, Del Boy constructs a nuclear fallout shelter atop Nelson Mandela Towers. Then, after ruminating on a scenario for what might happen post a nuclear war, he announces: “The end of the world is the break we’re looking for Rodney.”

City to aid the resurrection of Fianna Fáil?

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In ‘The Russians Are Coming’, one of the greatest episodes of Only Fools And Horses, Del Boy constructs a nuclear fallout shelter atop Nelson Mandela Towers. Then, after ruminating on a scenario for what might happen post a nuclear war, he announces: “The end of the world is the break we’re looking for Rodney.”

Galway East - just who will survive?

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Of the four Galway East TDs elected in 2011, one will not return to 32nd Dáil after the 2016 General Election, not because of the wrath of the electorate, but because the constituency has undergone yet another of its regular metamorphoses.

Ó Cuív’s proposal for renaming of Galway West constituency rejected

The Environment Minister Phil Hogan has refused to consider a proposal by Fianna Fáil Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív to rename the newly drawn Galway West constituency to Galway West – Mayo South.

No name change for Galway West

A proposal to rename the Galway West constituency as Galway West-South Mayo have been refused consideration by Environment Minister Phil Hogan.

Ó Cuív demands extension for septic tank registration deadline

The deadline for the registration of septic tanks must be extended beyond Friday February 1 as the public is still not clear what inspection standards will apply.

Deadline looms over future make up of Galway city electoral wards

With the deadline approaching for submissions to the Government’s local election boundary commission, the political shape of Galway is set to be noticeably changed before the end of the year.

Septic tank grant scheme welcomed

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has welcomed the announcement from the Minister of the Environment, Phil Hogan, to provide a grant scheme to provide financial assistance to households whose septic tanks and other domestic waste water treatment systems require remediation or upgrading following inspection under the Water Services (Amendment) Act 2012.

 

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