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Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Troy, has welcomed the CCPC Money Tools campaign which aims to provide consumers with crucial information on how to compare and switch various financial services including mortgages, current accounts and credit cards.
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has called on the National Transport Authority (NTA) to introduce a flexi-commuter ticket, in line with the commitment they made to him last year.
Noel was a person of boundless energy and good humour who worked tirelessly for the people of East Galway, County Galway and the Country throughout a long career in politics. He was totally rooted in his community and was a lifelong member of the GAA as well as being a stalwart of the Fianna Fáil party.
His elected representative replacement soon to be formally confirmed, former Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, made known his decision to depart the Westmeath County Council Chamber on his facebook page this past weekend.
Two candidates have declared their interest in a return to the local political arena following the departure of Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, from the Westmeath County Council chamber.
Local Fianna Fáil Senator, Eugene Murphy, is launching a bill to help address flooding issues along the River Shannon, the aim of the new legislation being to remove outdated water level restrictions on ESB regulated lakes along the river.
The urgent need to progress a number of projects at Portiuncula University Hospital, Ballinasloe – including a replacement scanner and new modular emergency department and outpatient waiting room – has been raised with the HSE by local Deputy, Denis Naughten.
Local Fine Gael Senator formally welcomes wholly positive impact of Adult Literacy for Life campaign
Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed the recent launch of the Adult Literacy for Life campaign.
Study & Careers director, Dr. Fidelma Healy Eames, is to interview Taoiseach Micheal Martin in her next live interview in the #InspiringIreland #InspiringStudents series.
The remarks of An Taoiseach Micheál Martin in a recent Dáil debate that politicians were entitled to make comments on planning matters - has been interpreted by a number of councillors in the Castlebar area to mean that they can once again start discussing planning applications at their meetings.