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Fianna Fail's Lisa Chambers was one of the most high profile causalities in February's general election - when the parties Brexit spokesperson lost the seat she had held in Mayo since 2016.
NUI Galway has continued to build on its credentials as one of the world’s leading centres on sustainable manufacturing research, having won a €4 million project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, to produce chemicals using solar energy.
Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Dolan, launched National Spring Clean 2019 this week, as the local authority continues to promote an anti-litter ethos.
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 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.
Virtuoso Irish classical guitarist Redmond O’Toole performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 12 at 8pm.
Members of the newly reformed Longford-Westmeath Green Party constituency group attended the Green Party convention held last weekend in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin.
It was a historic day last Monday when Independent Cllr Richard Finn followed in the footsteps of his father Martin, in becoming the first citizen of the county, when he was elected to the position of Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. has welcomed the announcement of €20,417,862 for Regional and Local Roads in Mayo in 2017. Taoiseach Kenny said “I welcome confirmation by my colleague, the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. that over €20 million will be invested in Regional and Local Roads in Mayo in 2017. This funding is part of a nationwide €324 million investment programme to maintain and strengthen our regional road network.”
Mayo's representation in the Oireachtas now totals seven with the election of three Mayo politicians to the 25th Seanad, along with the four TDs returned to the Dáil. The first of those elected to the upper house was Belmullet based Fianna Fáil candidate Keith Swanick who picked up a seat on the Cultural and Educational panel in the early hours of Tuesday morning.