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OPW Minister visits Athlone to view flood relief works

Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Deputy Patrick O’Donovan, visited Athlone on Tuesday afternoon for a series of meetings and to view progress on flood alleviation works at a number of locations.

Artist looking for your creative responses to the Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park

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Mayo County Council’s Arts Service, The Office of Public Works (OPW) and the National Park & Wildlife Services, are delighted to announce that the visual artist, Susan Mannion, has been selected for the public art commission at the Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park.

OPW funding allows Portumna flood relief scheme to progress

The €1.5 million flood relief scheme for Portumna received a boost this week after funding was secured that will allow the scheme to advance towards design and construction.

Two and a half year delay from OPW to come back on flood report

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Councillors in the West Mayo Municipal District were left perplexed last week, when they were informed that it took the Office of Public Works two and a half years to come back with questions to Mayo County Council on a report for flood defence works in Carrowholly.

Moran defends OPW and local authority response to flooding

Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Kevin "Boxer" Moran, has defended local authority and OPW response times to flooding in the Dáil this week.

OPW to commence €6 million flood relief works this autumn

 

Free admission to OPW heritage sites extended to cover children under 12

The Minister of State for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, had announced that all children younger than 12 will be admitted for free to all heritage sites managed by the OPW Heritage Service.

Luan Gallery’s ‘Construct’ exhibition of artworks

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Luan Gallery has been selected to host Construct, a touring exhibition of artworks from the collections of the Office of Public Works (OPW) and the Department of Finance and Personnel Northern Ireland (DFP).

Ballina councillors outraged at OPW no show

At yesterday’s meeting of the Ballina Municipal District there was serious anger directed from the councillors at the Office of Public Works. At their previous meeting the councillors had requested that the OPW attended yesterday’s meeting to address their concerns over flood defences in the Ballina area.

Grealish to meet Minister on flood alleviation measures

Flood alleviation measures which have yet to be completed in Claregalway and Carnmore will be the subject of a meeting in Leinster House next week.

 

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