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Historic occasion for Southern Gaels as club’s adult camogie team make league bow

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Council calls for introduction of new dog control bye-laws in Municipal District

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€2.3 million for Greenways in Mayo


Fine Gael Councillor calls on local authority to adopt inclusive playground policy

Addressing the most recent sitting of Athlone-Moate Municipal District, Fine Gael councillor, John Dolan, called upon Westmeath County Council to adopt an inclusive playground policy to allow all such amenities be disabled friendly.

Social Welfare Bill will help families and individuals in Westmeath with payments increase – Burke

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A recently published bill which gives effect to Budget 2023 measures will help individuals and families in Westmeath with increased payments according to local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke.

Local Fine Gael Minister of State heads plan to allow the sale of turf to continue

Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has confirmed that the gifting or sale of turf will continue to happen legally, and there will be no areas where turf burning is banned, in a reversal of the earlier policy tabled by the Green Party.

New maternity scheme for local councillors is a positive development, says Dolan

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A new scheme which provides maternity leave for Galway councillors will be positive for all women wishing to pursue a career in politics, a Galway-based Fine Gael Senator has said.

CCTV concerns raised at municipal districts

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The need for CCTV in towns in the county was raised at two different municipal district monthly meetings this week. The issue of some CCTV cameras not operating in Westport was raised at the West Mayo Municipal District, while at the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District, a call was made for the installation of CCTV in Claremorris town to curb anti-social behaviour.

TG4 primetime share grew to over 2% in 2021

3.6m people or 81% of the population watched TG4 at some stage during 2021. The average viewing share for 2021 was 1.89%, up from 1.83% in 2020, and there was an increase in primetime share from 1.92% in 2020 to 2.05% in 2021. This increase is the first time TG4 has had over 2% share in primetime since 2013.


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