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Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has pointed out that the recently published Maritime Area Planning Bill 2021, set to be debated in Dáil Éireann this autumn, will allow the country to generate enough electricity to not only meet Ireland’s needs but also the electricity needs of France and Austria as well.
Q: I am thinking about leaving my job. I have no job to go to, nor, indeed, do I hate the one I have, but I feel unfulfilled. Plus, the role is so busy I haven’t the head space to think about my future. My hunch is that I should kick back and relax for a few months and figure out what I’d like to do with the next phase of my life – and then go for it. Any thoughts? (DF, email).
Did you know an average nine minute shower uses about 100 litres of water, and to offset the carbon footprint created by a year of showering alone, around 40 trees must be planted?
Galway city councillors have expressed concern that the Coirib go Cósta flood relief scheme might not be ready until 2028.
Galway is to receive €1.2m of a €17.3m climate adaptation investment programme for regional and local roads.
Texoil, one of the leading home heating oil suppliers in the country, continues to serve its customers in Galway with quality fuel at competitive prices.
A total of €3,230,380 has been allocated for Active Travel and Climate Change Adaptation measures in Mayo under the Government’s July Jobs Stimulus Plan and is part of the overall €115 million package for sustainable transport and the renewal of transport infrastructure.
This year Enniscoe Organic Garden near Crossmolina, one of the oldest in the country, will be celebrating 25 years as a certified organic garden. Certification is carried out annually by the Organic Trust in Ireland.
And so after 38 rounds, 380 games, and 354 days, the Premier League for the 2019/20 season has finally been concluded.
Irish Water issues national water conservation order in a bid to safeguard supply for essential purposes
Irish Water has confirmed that a National Water Conservation Order commonly referred to as a hosepipe ban has been put in place from Tuesday last June 9 and will stay in place until Tuesday, July 21.