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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has confirmed that funding in the amount of €5,761,738 has been approved for Ireland West Airport Knock.
Figures published by the Central Statistics Office indicate that the Live Register in Athlone has declined by 17 percent on an annual basis and 53 percent since 2011, Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, commented, this week.
Galway City Council is set to commission a feasibility study in respect of a new €15-million swimming pool and leisure centre at Cappagh Park.
Many traffic, road, and street signs throughout the city are in a dirty and grimy condition, making them unreadable and creating difficulties for motorists and particularly for visitors and tourists who are "not familiar with the city".
The agreement between Fianna Fáil and Independent councillors for control of Mayo County Council, that has stood for the past five years, looks set to be extended for the duration of the new county council term, which sits for the first time this morning (Friday, June 7) at 11am.
Tension will be high at tomorrow’s (Friday’s) inaugural meeting of Galway City Council after a weekend of drama which saw a grouping of Independents, Greens, and Labour combine to thwart plans by Fianna Fail and Fine Gael to take control of the council.
Seán Kyne, Government Chief Whip, Aire don Ghaeilge, don Ghaeltacht agus do na hOileáin and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South has said that communities in Galway will benefit from the €18.5 million funding that the Government has allocated to NGOs and civil society organisations.
When the newly elected Mayo County Council holds its inaugural meeting early next month, there will be four new faces taking their seats after last weekend's elections. We take a look at the new fresher councillors.
There will only be two female councillors on Mayo County Council for its new term starting June 2019, which is down from five female councillors who were elected in the 2014 local elections.
Not only did he top the poll with 1090 votes to spare and become part of a Fine Gael ticket that saw them take four of six seats available in the area, Patsy O'Brien also created an additional piece of history last weekend.