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Ó Cuív leads delegation to call for greater price and gross margin transparency in EU food sector

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Fianna Fáil Agricultural Spokesperson Éamon Ó Cuív travelled to Brussels last Wednesday to urge the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Phil Hogan, to deliver greater price and gross margin transparency in the EU food sector.

2015 - it ain't going to be a dull year

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With the festive period now over, politicians have turned their thoughts to the year ahead and in one respect the mood across the parties is the same – we are now in an election year.

Councillors say the Galway County Council should not collect Irish Water debts

There was consternation among some councillors at this weeks meeting of the Galway County Council over reports that local authorities will be forced to collect debts on behalf of Irish Water.

Councillors demand more discretionary funding

A battle is looming over the amount of money that Mayo County Council wants to allocate to the four municipal districts for discretionary spending by the councillors in these areas.

Concerns raised over ‘blatant exploitation’ of farmers

The “blatant exploitation” of Irish farmers by the meat industry is “unacceptable” and must be eradicated, so that farmers will be paid a fairer price for their beef.

Relief in sight for Ballina communities hit by water outages

A €5 million upgrade to water pipes in the Ballina and Knockmore area looks set to finally get the green light.

As FG/Labour support falls, is re-election plausible?

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Last Friday saw much fanfare in the USA, and among Irish-based Americans, for the Independence Day celebrations, but in Ireland a dominant theme of political discourse - even close to two months after the local the European elections - is more of Independents’ Day.

City council left with €26 million loan repayments

A Government-led initiative encouraging local autorities to buy land to build social housing and create construction jobs collapsed along with the economy, leaving the Galway City Council with banks of land and loans of more than €26 million.

Mayo retains ten blue flag beaches

Ten beaches in Mayo retained their blue flag status this year, it was announced by An Taisce this week. However, due to the severe storm damage inflicted on the county in the post Christmas storms, two beaches have lost their blue flag. Both Mulranny and Bertra, which are very popular beaches, lost their blue flag status because of the storm damage. The ten beaches in Mayo that retained their blue flags were Dooega, Carrowmore, Clare Island, Ross (Killala), Golden Strand, Mullaghroe, Silverstrand (Dugort), Keel, Elly Bay and Keem.

 

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