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Local Fine Gael councillor and dairy farmer, Cllr John Dolan, has criticised the handling of the derogation negotiations by the Minister for Agriculture, Deputy Charlie McConalogue and his team.
A new daily train service option from Dublin Heuston to Westport will offer Mayo commuters the chance to leave the capital at the later time of 7.35pm - rather than the current last train of 6.15pm - in order to get home - according to new plans by Irish Rail. Under the plan, passengers for Mayo on the 7.35pm (Dublin-Galway) train will be able to transfer at Athlone to catch the 21.08pm Athlone to Westport train, which should arrive in to Westport at around 11pm.
Bus Éireann adds capacity to Gort - Galway bus service
Sinn Féin held their selection convention to select a candidate for the local elections for the South Connemara LEA in An Crompán, An Cheathrú Rua where Kevin O’Hara was selected to go forward to contest the 2024 local elections.
Local Fine Gael councillor John Dolan has welcomed the provision of new ramps and a crossing at Ballinahown National School.
An additional Dáil Deputy will represent the constituency of Longford/Westmeath, a proposed recommendation by the Electoral Commission has revealed.
Following the announcement this week that the Electoral Commission recommends the Mayo constituency be changed from a four-seater to a five-seater and that south mayo areas added to the Galway west Dáil constituency be returned to the Mayo Dáil constituency - reaction was swift from some political quarters around Mayo.
The announcement on Wednesday that Mayo has been recommended for a change-up from a four-seater to a five-seater Dáil Constituency, and that county boundaries be reinstated so that up to 6,000 votes from areas of South Mayo are returned to the electoral area, has well and truly started the ball rolling on General Election campaigning around the county.
The establishment of RTÉ’s Register of External Activities and a separate Register of Interests needs clear oversight and transparency to restore confidence, Galway East Fine Gael TD Ciaran Cannon has said.
Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Claire Kerrane, has responded to data from the HSE which shows that 610 patients left the emergency department at Portiuncula University Hospital in the first five months of the year without being seen, a figure which compares to 422 in 2018.