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Seán Kyne, Government Chief Whip, Aire don Ghaeilge, don Ghaeltacht agus do na hOileáin and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South has said that communities in Galway will benefit from the €18.5 million funding that the Government has allocated to NGOs and civil society organisations.
Fine Gael candidate in next week's European Elections, Maria Walsh, has outlined her reasons for running for a seat in the Midlands North-West constituency saying that: "I am running because I want to make a positive impact in the Midlands North-West.
Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy has slammed the government for squandering of billions on euro on the National Broadband Plan, and labelled Fianna Fáil as being “complicit” in the debacle.
Fianna Fáil's Cllr Damien Ryan wants to see an enterprise hub developed in south Mayo in the near future.
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.
Cathoirleach of Westmeath County Council and Athlone Municipal District incumbent, Cllr. John Dolan, hosted a meeting in Athlone on Friday last with the Vice President of the European Parliament, Mairead McGuinness, to discuss Brexit and in particular its effect on the Irish agriculture industry.
Fianna Fáil will hold their official launch for their candidates for the Castlebar Muncipal District area in next month's local elections this evening, Friday, April 26, in the Ivy Tower Hotel, Castlebar at 8pm.
Councillors from the Fine Gael party have hit out at fears expressed by independent councillor, Michael Holmes, that cost overruns in the National Children's Hospital project in Dublin could see funds earmarked for the N5 roads project diverted from it.
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.
NUI Galway has seen a substantial increase in demand for its courses this year, with more than 5,000 students making it their university of choice for the 2019-2020 academic year. This marked a year-on-year increase of five per cent in first preference applications, against a national picture which saw the number of applications received by the CAO by February 1 grow by 0.5 per cent on last year’s levels.