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Council welcomes Claremorris Solar PV Farm success

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Eighty-two renewable energy projects have been given the green light, following the first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction, including the Claremorris Solar PV Farm - the first of its kind in Mayo.

EirGrid restarts consultation on new electricity project

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EirGrid has restarted public consultation on a new electricity project that runs from Ballina in Mayo to Ballaghaderreen in Roscommon.

Homeowners urged to check heating system to attract buyers

With property prices rising by 4.3 percent as the nation exits out of lockdown, homeowners with an itch to sell are now getting a chance to get their house in order and on the market.

Dublin - Galway greenway must go through Athenry says Cannon

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Fine Gael Galway East Deputy Ciaran Cannon has today insisted that routing the Dublin - Galway Greenway through the town of Athenry is an absolute necessity.

Covid outbreak in one part of Galway could see a lockdown across the county, warns O'Hara

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A Covid-19 cluster in one part of Galway could see a lockdown imposed across all the county, under the Government's new measures - a move that would be "extremely unfair" on the public, and detrimental to businesses.

Government open to feasibility study on light rail in Galway

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Could light rail be about to take a step closer to becoming a reality in Galway? Hopes were building among supporters this week following An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, saying the Government would not be opposed to carrying out a feasibility study on the issue.

More than 90 houses set for refurbishment works across the city and county

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Ninety-one housing units across the city and county stand in line for major refurbishments following an allocation of more than €1 million to Galway's local authorities.

Study to be carried out on parking and traffic in Headford

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Traffic calming measures for Main Street in Headford could be on the way, as the Galway County Council has sought a feasibility study and report on the issue.

Mayo single use plastic hotspots identified

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A study by start-up CUSP into the volumes of single-use plastic packaging waste generated in Mayo has identified hotspots in terms of volumes, which, it said, if given priority, would see significant reductions in the amounts generated in the county each year.

Curlew structures unveiled for Tooreen

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The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has unveiled new Curlew structures in three Irish villages and towns, including one Mayo village, to celebrate the iconic Irish bird which remains under threat.


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