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Westmeath Greens welcome funding for local community peatland initiative schemes

Local Green Party Councillors, Louise Heavin and Hazel Smyth, have welcomed the announcement of funding for local and community peatlands projects, totalling €14,950.

Funding for County Galway bogland conservation

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Conservation works on Galway boglands near Portumna, Kilchreest, Attymon, and Mountbellew received a boost this week with funding from the Government.

€33,525,916 for maintenance and renewal of road network in Mayo

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Local Fine Gael TDs have welcomed the announcement that €33,525,916 has been allocated for the maintenance and renewal of the road network in Mayo for 2021.

Major funding allocated towards ongoing maintenance of Westmeath roads network

Some €13,217,166 has been allocated for the maintenance and renewal of the road network in Westmeath.

Rabbitte welcomes funding for Athenry Relief road and other projects

Minister of State and Fianna Fáil TD, Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed the allocation of €1 million for the Athenry Relief Road as part of the €36.2 million assigned to Galway County Council under the Regional & Local Road Improvement Fund for 2021 announced this week.

€1 million in funding allocated to tackle Parkmore traffic problems

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Bus lanes and pedestrian and cycle links are planned for Parkmore following a €1 million allocation to address long standing traffic problems in the area.

Calls for new industries to be sourced for Knocknacarra following AbbVie decision

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The Government and the IDA must source and secure a replacement employer in the Knocknacarra area following pharmaceutical firm AbbVie’s decision to cease operations by the end of this year, with the loss of 75 jobs.

Local Councillor welcomes funding to enhance adult learning skills

Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has said special funding for the Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board will help tackle educational disadvantage and equip adult learners will new skills during the present Covid-19 pandemic.

IPAV formally welcomes recovery in new home completion figures

The recovery in new home completions in the final quarter of 2020, bringing the total for the year to 20,676 marking a drop of only 1.9 percent on 2019 but an increase of 15.9 percent in Q4 2020 over Q4 2019 is an indication of the construction industry’s ability to recover from the devastation of the pandemic, and augurs well for 2021, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers said.

Ireland West Airport chairman welcomes announcement of new Regional Airports Programme

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Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement by Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, of the publication of a new Regional Airports Programme for the period 2021 to 2025.


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