Search Results for 'Gabrielle McFadden'

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Protecting local heritage sites is good for Midlands jobs - McFadden

Local TD Gabrielle McFadden has said that protecting our local heritage sites is good for jobs in the Midlands

Westmeath logs 18 complaints over petrol stretching


Broadband plan process will look at prioritising blackspots

The Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Joe McHugh, has reiterated that the National Broadband Plan process will look at prioritising broadband blackspots.

€8,000 funding to Westmeath clubs for older people

Fine Gael TD for Longford/Westmeath, Gabrielle McFadden, has been informed by Minister for Sport Michael Ring that almost €8,000 in funding has been allocated to groups and clubs who cater for older people in Westmeath.

€27,320 in National Lottery grants for Westmeath

Young people in Westmeath are set to benefit from €27,320 in National Lottery grants which have been awarded to a number of groups and organisations.

Minister Humphreys visits Marconi tourism project

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Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys, paid a visit to the historic Marconi transmitter at Moydrum during a visit to Athlone recently.

HSE to review St Hilda’s following cuts announcement

The HSE is to undertake a three-month review of St Hilda’s services in Athlone, following last week’s news that funding to the service is to be cut by €75,000 in the coming year.

Welcome for Teleflex 100 jobs announcement

There has been widespread welcome to the news that 100 jobs are to be created in Athlone by medical devices company Teleflex.

Build for new Coosan School set to go to tender

The build for the new 16-classroom primary school in Coosan is to go to tender shortly, with construction expected to start next summer.

Local TDs outraged over €75k St Hilda’s cuts

Local TDs are calling on Health Minister Leo Varadkar and the Minister with responsibility for Disability, Kathleen Lynch, to help restore vital funding for St Hilda’s Services in Athlone, which received news this week of budget cuts.


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