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John Gormley to officially open Ó Brolcháin’s constituency office

Environment Minister John Gormley, will officially open the new constituency office of Green Party senator, Niall Ó Brolcháin on Friday May 7.

Mayo’s Céide Fields nominated for UN’s World Heritage List

The Céide Fields and Mayo Boglands, situated near Ballycastle in north Mayo, have been included on a government list as a potential World Heritage site.

Dún Aonghusa and the Burren nominated for UNESCO World Heritage List

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Dun Aonghusa and the Burren are among seven sites proposed by the Government for nomination as potential UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Local TDs clash over Fine Gael water proposals

Disappointment has been expressed at Fianna Fáil and the Greens’ decision to vote against the Fine Gael Dáil motion this week which would have restored roads and radically shaken-up the water services in Mayo. However the Fine Gael proposal in turn has been dubbed “hypocritical” and labelled as another political stunt by Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn.

Local TDs clash over Fine Gael water proposals

Disappointment has been expressed at Fianna Fáil and the Greens’ decision to vote against the Fine Gael Dáil motion this week which would have restored roads and radically shaken-up the water services in Mayo. However the Fine Gael proposal in turn has been dubbed “hypocritical” and labelled as another political stunt by Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn.

Cameron calls for recommendations on property management companies to be made law

Proposals to make property management companies more accountable to residents with clear rules on AGMs and requirements for detailed financial accounts to be made available, must be made into law as soon as possible.

Carlow county council seeks €8 million loan for housing projects

Carlow County Council’s housing department is hoping to raise close to €8 million in loans in order to fund current and future projects, it was revealed.

No decision on outer bypass until end of August and then it will go before EU Commission

Speculation that An Bord Pleanála would make a final decision on the controversial Galway City Outer Bypass has proven unfounded. Instead, the Bord will not make a decision for at least another five weeks, and no matter what is decided, the matter will end up before the EU Commission for final decision.

McDonnell and Ó Brolcháin to meet Housing Minister to try and secure extra housing aid funds

PD Cllr Declan McDonnell and Green Cllr Niall Ó Brolcháin will meet Housing Minister Michael Finneran and Environment Minister John Gormley to try and secure funds for the Galway City Council’s Essential Housing Aid for the Elderly and Disabled Persons Grant Scheme.

Minister’s visit damaged Carlow’s reputation — Abbey

Minister John Gormley’s last minute diversion to a flood stricken Carlow town last August has left a bitter aftertaste in the mouths of some local councillors.

 

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