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Fine Gael Councillor lauds launch of ‘In This Together’ campaign

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.

Fine Gael Councillor welcomes allocation of funds for road upgrades

Cllr. John Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €40,000 for the upgrade of the road network servicing the Cluain Broc, Daneshill and Danesfort estates in Monksland.

Galway-native senator urges graduate diaspora to register for Seanad elections

Galway-native but US-based senator Billy Lawless has this week urged graduate members of the Irish diaspora to avail of their rights to vote in any future Seanad elections.

Fine Gael Councillor calls on RSA to Certify breathalyzers for sale in Ireland

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Fine Gael Councillor Jarlath Munnelly is calling on the Road Safety Authority (RSA) to certify personal use alcohol breathalyzers, to give more clarity to motorists when it is safe to drive a vehicle.

Killala falling behind Knockmore in CIS funding — Fine Gael councillor

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An argument broke out at this week’s meeting of the Ballina Municipal District about the distribution of Community Involvement Scheme funds for 2019 in north Mayo.

Fianna Fáil abandons Athlone again

 

O’Rourke calls for the Cathaoirleach Awards to be held in Athlone

Local councillor Aengus O’Rourke (FF) has called for the Cathaoirleach Awards to be held in Athlone.

Councillors welcome a ‘new beginning’ for Athlone

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approving the €3m westward one-way system for Church Street at Monday's meeting of Westmeath County Council in Mullingar (April 24).

Councillors call for improved lighting for Athlone Castle

 

Keaveney's political career not over despite Seanad loss

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Despite his failure to win a seat in both the Dáil and Seanad Éireann elections, the failure of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil to form a government means the controversial Colm Keaveney's political career is by no means over.

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