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Irish Water has detected an exceedance for the pesticide MCPA in the Newport public water supply which sources its water from the Newport River. While there is no threat to public health, it is imperative that users of pesticides are mindful of best practice when spraying their lands. This comes following compliant water samples in the month of April and is disappointing news for people on this water supply.
The launch of a new campaign which will help the people of the Midlands region to stay connected, stay alive, and look after their mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 emergency, has been welcomed by local Councillor, John Dolan.
While COVID-19 has taken centre-stage here in Ireland - including shaping debate about Government formation - and there has been a sense of collective effort by all aspects of our polity, other countries, like the USA, have a rather different dynamic.
Great care must always be taken to protect drinking water supplies wherever pesticide use is considered necessary, particularly if using products for grassland weed control containing substances such as MCPA, Glyphosate, fluroxypyr and 2,4-D.
Rosemount native, Barry Fielding, and his wife Grace, who hails from Tubber, both now resident in Jersey City in the US, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser this week, as COVID-19 personally impacted upon their daily lives in recent times.
COVID-19 HAS forced the cancellation of concerts and gigs, leaving musicians to turn to online platforms. Now a new scheme has been established to support live online shows.
The new business continuity voucher is now available through Local Enterprise Office Mayo and is open to sole traders and companies across every business sector locally that employ up to 50 people, the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys T.D. has announced.
Despite the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the Galway City Council is continuing to provide essential services, and is asking the public to deal with it via www.galwaycity.ie, over the phone on 091 - 536400, instead of coming into the council itself.
The Local Enterprise Office in Galway will be providing vouchers worth €2,500 up to €10,000 (with 50:50 match funding) to support business continuity preparedness, innovation, and productivity.