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Moving music to the edge of town

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Slowly but surely, it became part of my childhood ritual of going to sleep and to this day, it still is. I have a need for music under my pillow. It’s that simple.

Councils split western leg of Galway-Dublin cycleway

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The Athlone to Renmore section of the Dublin-Galway cycleway has been split into two separate projects in a fresh attempt to deliver the long-delayed route.

Increased retirement age for Defence Forces personnel to have positive impact - Troy

Local Fianna Fáil Deputy Robert Troy has welcomed changes in the retirement age for Permanent Defence Force personnel.

More money back in your pocket from this week - Naughton

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Changes to income tax which are due to kick in from Monday last will put more money back into peoples’ pockets and ease cost of living pressures, local Minister, Hildegarde Naughton, has said.

VFI – publicans ‘in the dark’ about proposed business supports

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) is urging Government to engage immediately with the hospitality sector to clarify what supports are now available for its members following the publication of Budget 2024.

Budget 2024

The Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, presented the fourth Budget of the coalition Government on Tuesday. This Budget was framed against a backdrop of the ongoing war in the Ukraine, concerns about persistent inflation and the perceived windfall nature of corporation tax receipts.

Budget 2024 reveals free school books for students up to junior cycle

Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, has announced in Budget 2024 that free school books will be administered for students up to junior cycle. This measure will cost €67 million, and will benefit over 200,000 children, amounting to €310 per child. Primary school books were already free, but this has been increased to the first three years of secondary school as part of a €55 million package.

Getting to know...

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WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST MEMORY? Attending play-school with Ann Cahill in Dangan or Gaelic training with the u5s in the Bushypark School pitch with John Ruane and John Kenny.

Minister Paschal Donohoe receives warm welcome in Athlone

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Local Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, warmly welcomed Minister for Public Enterprise, Deputy Paschal Donohoe, to Athlone late last week for a series of engagements.

Lives being put at risk by government’s failure to support ambulance services – Deputy Kerrane

Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Claire Kerrane, has said the government’s failure to support ambulance services and paramedics is putting lives at risk.

 

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