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Galway retains five Blue Flags and receives six Green Coast awards

Galway city and county has retained all of its five Blue Flags for this year as well as being awarded six Green Coast awards, five of which were retained from last year and a new one awarded to Trá gCaorach, Inis Oirr, for the first time.

Belmullet gets €6 million for sewerage scheme

The news that the long awaited Belmullet sewerage scheme has been given €6 million funding was welcomed this week. Local Fine Gael councillor Gerry Coyle said that while there has been some concern expressed by local residents and fishermen in relation to the location of the proposed plant and outflow pipe, he believes the new modern plant should allay some of these concerns. He said this week: “Belmullet is a modern and vibrant town and it deserves all the investment it can get towards improving its infrastructure so that that it can progress into the future.” Councillor Coyle thanked Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Minister Michael Ring, and Minister Phil Hogan for their commitment to the project. He said that both himself and Minister Ring had worked tirelessly on behalf of the community to have the scheme delivered.

Irish Water to invest €37.5 million in Galway

More than €37.5 million will be invested in water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the county as part of the Irish Water Proposed Capital Investment Plan 2014-2016.

And then there were eight - all in as by-election deadline looms

And then there were eight - all in as by-election deadline looms

With just a day to go until the closure of nominations, the confirmation of Cllr Denis Leonard (Lab) from Kinnegad as a candidate will now see a total of eight names on the ballot sheet for the Longford-Westmeath by-election this day fortnight.

Funding to restore Oughterard Courthouse approved

Nearly half a million in funding has been announced for the redevelopment of Oughterard Courthouse.

Conservation funding for former industrial school

More than €300,000 in funding has been announced this week for refurbishment and conservation works at the former industrial school in Letterfrack.

Fine Gael to roll out big guns again to ensure continuance of second seat

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will make a second trip to Mullingar this week on Monday (May 5) in an effort to shore up support for his party’s preferred by-election candidate - Cllr Gabrielle McFadden from Athlone.

Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

 

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