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Fears that IWAK report being long-fingered as Shannon merger looms

Fears have been expressed that the proposed report into the future of Ireland West Airport Knock are being long-fingered while development plans for Shannon Airport move ahead.

Oranmore Railway Station to open this month

The Oranmore Railway Station is to open to passengers on Monday July 29 to serve the east of the city and county.

Councillors decide to pursue funding for John McCormack Centre

Elected members of Athlone Town Council are to pursue Fáilte Ireland for a grant promised to them for the creation of a John Count McCormack Centre.

Additional capital funding allocated for essential works at IWAK

Fine Gael TD for Mayo, John O’Mahony, has commended the Ireland West Airport Knock Study (IWAKS) Group for the substantial work carried out by the group, which was established at the request of the Taoiseach following a meeting at the airport with the board in January. The study group will be reporting on options and opportunities for the growth and development of the airport. Deputy O’Mahony was speaking after the second meeting at the weekend of the IWAKS. “Since the first meeting of IWAKS just over three weeks ago, it was evident that progress has been made on a substantial work programme which the group has identified as being necessary. Included in this programme is to determine the role of the airport in the region and how it can support sectors such as enterprise and tourism.

End of the line for cowboy clampers

I was very pleased to see this month that Leo Varadkar is planning to tighten the rules for private clampers. Back in February of last year I attended a session of the Oireachtas Transport Committee to let them know what the AA felt about the issue.

End of the road for rogue clampers

Jim Higgins MEP for Ireland North West and Ireland's member of the European Parliament transport committee has welcomed moves by Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar to regulate the clamping industry.

New insolvency rules causing distress among Mayo families - Calleary

Mayo Deputy Dara Calleary has said the Government’s incoherence over new personal insolvency rules is creating great distress among Mayo families who are crippled by debt.

Future of Galway Port development hinges on policy wording says Walsh

The future of plans for the redevelopment of Galway Port depends on the wording of a ports policy statement due to be considered by the Cabinet in the coming weeks.

Local Improvement Scheme coming back in 2013 — Ring

The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, has announced that the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS) will be brought back this year.

 

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