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Galway’s Great Read 2019: Pumps, Piers and Potholes…120 years of Local Government

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Bringing together a varied and interesting range of events this month to commemorate 120 years of Irish local government, Galway's Great Read will see a month-long series of free talks, seminars and exhibitions take place in various venues around the county.

Burke reckons an impending election improves pothole detection

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Michael Burke, a Ballinrobe based candidate in the Local Elections, has outlined the three big issues he is encountering on the doorsteps throughout the South Mayo Region. Burke stated that “there are some issues which are prevalent in some areas and not in others but the issues common throughout relate to broadband, roads and dereliction”.

Sick of potholes costing you money? New technology is on the way

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Irish roads are ever improving, but every Irish driver will be aware of the dangers potholes on our roads can offer our everyday experience.

Don’t let the wet weather rain on your parade

With wet weather continuing to engulf the UK and Ireland, the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ (IAM) director of standards, Mark Lewis, looks at how drivers can best prepare for driving in heavy rain.

We need to follow Britain’s pothole fix

Just before Christmas Britain’s Transport secretary announced a massive £6bn fund to help tackle potholes and improve local roads over the next six years. This is the kind of planning that we should be seeing here as our economy recovers, writes Padraic Deane.

No funding to repair county’s cul de sacs

Westmeath County Council has no funding to carry out repairs on cul de sacs, in spite of a number of pleas from councillors this week.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Pothole related damage down year on year

After a mild winter, damage to vehicles in Ireland as a result of potholes is down on last year, according to the results of an AA poll of more than 20,000 people.

Council tells developers to pay for road damage after construction

Developers are to be asked to pay for damage caused to roads during the construction of houses, under a new policy being introduced by Westmeath County Council.

 

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