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There were no exceedances for pesticides in the public drinking water supplies in County Westmeath in 2021, Irish Water has confirmed.
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The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, has made a final call for homeowners, landlords, directors of Owners’ Management Companies and Property Management Agents throughout Westmeath to share their experiences of housing defects relating to fire safety, structural safety and water ingress in purpose-built apartment and duplex buildings constructed in Westmeath between 1991 and 2013.
One does not have to dig very deep into the archives to find evidence of wholescale corruption, pervasive nepotism, and general theft of public monies by public representatives and officials in nineteenth-century Mayo.
Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy, has welcomed the confirmation of a €7 million fund to develop community facilities and amenities in rural Westmeath.
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Deputy Darragh O’Brien and the Minister of State for Planning and Local Government, Deputy Peter Burke, have urged people to share their experiences of housing defects relating to fire safety, structural safety and water ingress in purpose-built apartment and duplex buildings constructed in Westmeath between 1991 and 2013.
Fine Gael Councillor, Andrew Reddington is encouraging people in Galway city and county to apply for the 2022 strand of the Music and Entertainment Business Assistance Scheme (MEBAS).
SAFF, JOHN Reinke, Josh Dial, and Barbara Fisher, from Tiger King, the Netflix documentary and phenomenon, will be in Galway for a live show in 2022.
According to a Browne family tradition, the first Browne to settle in Ireland was Phillipus de Browne who in 1172 was appointed Governor of Wexford. He had three sons, one of whom, Walter, settled in County Galway, where his posterity still remains. By around the year 1300, the Brownes seemed to have settled in the Athenry area. They were one of the 14 families from the Irish lower classes who rose to become Galway’s prime merchant families, and who famously were known as The Tribes of Galway.
Well known Tuam historian Catherine Corless, who was instrumental in discovering the death and burial of hundreds of children at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home, has been honoured with the Irish Red Cross Lifetime Achievement Award.