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Athlone bypass noise levels having impact on local residents

The need to resurface the Athlone bypass road and reduce the noise levels which impact upon residents who live in close proximity to the route was afforded much detailed consideration at the recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District (AMMD).

Ronan’s mission of mercy in Ethiopia is personal

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As the dad of two Ethiopian daughters, the food crisis that is gripping the Horn of Africa is personal for Ronan Scully.

EirGrid Energy Citizens Roadshow in Westmeath continues journey to transform the power system

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EirGrid has a challenging role to play in leading the radical transformation of the electricity system to low-carbon, renewable energy.

Port works needed to meet windfarm demand

Ports such as Galway and Ros an Mhíl need to be developed quickly if the country is to meet offshore wind energy targets, a study by Wind Energy Ireland revealed yesterday.

Mulranny Green Plan Group shortlisted for the annual SEAI Energy Awards

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The Mayo-based ‘Mulranny Green Plan Group’ has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Energy Awards 2022 for the award in the Inspirational Energy Community category.

Clár funding of €99,250 to support community projects in Mayo

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Four community groups in Mayo are set to receive €99,250 under Measures 1 of the 2022 CLÁR programme.

Green Flag award success for Mayo parks and gardens

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Mayo is celebrating success at the 2022 Green Flag Awards, announced by An Taisce this week, acknowledging Ireland’s best public parks and gardens.

Irish Water urgently need to remedy compromised water in Inishbofin, says Farrell

Sinn Féin TD for Galway West/South Mayo Mairéad Farrell has called on Irish Water to act urgently to remedy the compromised and contaminated water supply on Inishbofin.

Regional Group to force Dáil Éireann debate on electricity supply and price

The Regional Group of TDs, of which local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten is a prominent member, are tabling a Private Members Motion to be debated as the Dáil resumes, calling for emergency legislation to be introduced to keep the lights on this winter and ensure that it is affordable for families and business.

Cheaper running costs is the big electric car attraction

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Sustainability is at the forefront of consumers’ minds with 93 per cent of those recently surveyed saying they have made changes to be more sustainable - including recycling (92 per cent), and shopping locally (72 per cent ).


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