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Future of library and fire services still uncertain

 

Home owners need cover for hefty fire fighting fee

A senior official with Mayo County Council has urged householders to ensure they are not left significantly out of pocket if they have to call on the services of their local fire brigade.

Have you signed up for this weekend’s Enable Ireland No Limits Gym Challenge?

The countdown is on to the Enable Ireland No Limits Gym Challenge. This is the inaugural All Ireland Gym Challenge, where teams of four spend 10 minutes each on the bike, crosstrainer, rower and treadmill, in order to record the furthest distance travelled and qualify for the All Ireland final in City West Hotel, Dublin on October 19. There are nine regional heats in total and the Galway heat takes place in NUIG Kingfisher Gym this Saturday, September 13. To register, teams must raise a minimum of €200.

Frugal Westmeath is spending less than other local authorities

Westmeath is spending less than other councils in areas such as housing, roads, water, and recreation, according to a new website which compares public spending across the country.

City council approves Lough Atalia road closure

The Galway City Council has voted to close a section of Lough Atalia road for eight weeks before the Christmas period, which is expected to cause major traffic disruptions in the city centre in the run up to one of the busiest periods of the year.

Shell assurance on tunnel alarm

Shell E&P Ireland has said today that it is investigating the circumstances around the activation of a safety alarm in the Corrib tunnel at Aughoose in north Mayo last Monday.

Flood damage costs expected to be in the millons

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Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council Cllr Johnny O’Malley has said he expects the cost of cleaning up and repairing storm and flood damage across the county to be many millions of euro.

Councillors refuse to extinguish fight for South Connemara fire station

Galway county councillors have refused to give up their fight to ensure that the people of South Connemara receive their fair share and benefit from the basic life-saving service that an additional fire station in an area such as Carraroe could provide.

Councillors shocked as report pours cold water on Connemara fire station

County councillors have described as “shocking” news that an additional fire service has not been provided in Connemara, as it could take an hour or more for fire brigade units from the Galway city, or Clifden station, to respond to emergency call outs in some part of this vast area.

Three in hospital after prison van overturns on M6

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Emergency services were yesterday called to the M6 motorway westbound outside Athenry after a prison van crashed and overturned.

 

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