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Fáilte Ireland’s new Platforms for Growth initiative which will invest €150 million into developing new visitor attractions across Ireland, offers a golden opportunity to revive the Salmon Life Centre project for Ballina, Senator Michelle Mulheirn has said.
Mayo County Council, in conjunction with its partners: Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture & Food, the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Irish Farmers Association and the Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association, which form the Mayo Agricultural Working Group and the Planning, Environment and Agriculture Strategic Policy Committee - have published a new strategy entitled: “A Sustainable Agricultural Strategy for Mayo”.
Baile Slachtmhar Bhéal an Mhuirthead (Belmullet Tidy Towns) was awarded first place in the Together for Biodiversity Awards – for their project ‘It’s All About the Bees and the Seas’, at the National Biodiversity Conference, held in Dublin Castle on Wednesday.
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, today announced funding for seven projects in Mayo under his Department’s Rural Regeneration and Development Fund.
An NUI Galway project which aims to reduce carbon emissions from peatlands has secured close to €1 million in funding.
Minister Michael Ring has confirmed that the Government has allocated €22,355,208 for the improvement and maintenance of roads in Mayo in 2019 including €700,000 for Clongullane Bridge on the N26 between Swinford and Foxford.
Fine Gael Senator Michelle Mulherin has questioned if the planning process is fit for purpose after delays in decision making for the N26 and a new bridge at Cloongullane, Swinford.
Minister of State for Gaeilge, the Gaeltacht and the Islands Seán Kyne, TD this week announced funding approval of €1.9 million by Fáilte Ireland for the development of tourist facilities at Connemara National Park.
Tender documents for the appointment of a contractor for the Moycullen by-pass have been drafted, with a view to going to tender early in mid-2019, with work finally beginning on the project in 2020.
The Calvey Family from Keel has become the inaugural winners of the National Farming for Nature Award 2018.