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"Lessons need to be learned" by meat plants over the clusters of Covid-19 that emerged at factories during the health pandemic, according to Galway West Sinn Féin TD, Mairéad Farrell.
In recognition of European Maritime Day and World Oceans Day, the Marine Institute and partners are celebrating our seas, our world’s shared ocean and our connection to the sea through their Oceans of Learning series. Over 10 weeks, the Marine Institute and partners are coming together virtually to share news and offer online activities and resources on a range of marine topics to make it easier for those of all ages to engage with our ocean from home.
Fine Gael TD for Longford/Westmeath, Deputy Peter Burke, has raise a number of pertinent agriculture issues which were highlighted to him by concerned farmers within the constituency.
An East Galway TD has welcomed assurances from the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed that ways are being explored to ensure the sale of livestock for the county's farmers.
A contract has been signed between the Marine Institute and Spanish shipyard Astilleros Armon Vigo S.A. for the construction of Ireland’s new Galway-based state-of-the-art marine research vessel, following the completion of the design of the vessel by Skipsteknisk AS of Norway.
Councillors in the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District urged all parties involved in the current beef farmers' protest to get around the table and talk again to find a solution to the impasse.
September heralds the resumption of political activity with party think-ins and shadow boxing between the various parties preceding the return of the Dáil in the middle of the month.
Women in Mayo with new businesses or business ideas are being encouraged to apply for funding under the ACORNS programme.
Senator Michelle Mulherin has welcomed the €100 million fund for beef farmers, which she says will be a big help to the suckler farming sector in Mayo which has been hit very badly by stagnant beef prices.
The Government is not doing enough to address the impending fodder crisis, MEP Matt Carthy has warned.