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Any future decisions made by Government on turf must be fully supported by Fine Gael Ministers, TDs and Senators, Deputy Michael Ring has said.
‘A More Inclusive Politics for Westmeath’ initiative launched by Fine Gael Minister of State in local authority county buildings
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, launched ‘A More Inclusive Politics for Westmeath’ in the surrounds of the Westmeath County Council on Monday of this week.
Mayo County Council has announced its plans for Africa Day 2022, which will include a family concert, workshops, exhibitions and much more to celebrate the occasion.
The importance of the potential of the wind energy industry to Galway and the west will be underlined next week when Taoiseach Micheal Martin will address a major conference being held in the city to explore the benefits of an industry that could create 3,000 jobs locally over the next decade.
Mayo University Hospital is advising that the hospital is extremely busy today with long wait times at the Emergency Department. The hospital is seeing a significant increase in Covid-19 positive admissions and attendances, while also dealing with high volumes of non-Covid patients.
Every year in Coláiste Éinde the students elect a team of their peers across all years to form the student council. Our role as the student council is to work on ideas and initiatives which will benefit student experience of school life. Since September we have been busy working on projects such as participating in ‘Come In’ week to educate students about the LGBTQI+ community, and recommending changes in relation of other aspects of school life. We strive to not only make a difference in our school but encourage positive change in our greater community.
Mayo County Council Writer in Residence, Elizabeth Reapy, recently invited fellow writers from Mayo and writers with strong links to Mayo to discuss their creative process.
Local Fine Gael Minister for Planning and Local Government, Deputy Peter Burke has welcomed Budget 2022, and highlights measures in his own Department as well as Social Welfare and Finance as key outcomes for the people of Westmeath.
Coláiste Éinde is a co-educational, voluntary, secondary school situated in Salthill, catering for boys and girls from first year to Leaving Certificate. For nearly a century, the school has helped students mature into young adults with a balance of knowledge, experience, and values that enables them to enjoy fulfilling lives and rewarding careers. Operating under the patronage of the Bishop of Galway, today’s vibrant school community continues in this proud tradition of excellence in education.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has called on the Athlone-Moate Municipal District (AMMD) to employ seasonal staff to help cover busy periods and holidays.