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€72m local hospital expansion plan to become a reality in short term, confirms Frank Fahey

A €72 million expansion plan for University and Merlin Park Hospitals will transform both facilities, improving capacity, updating theatres and easing the pressure on UHG’s emergency department.

Mayo owners of houses abroad hit by property tax administration fees

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has criticised the lack of action by Environment Minister, John Gormley toward making any improvements to the administration of the Non Principal Private Residence charge.

Council consider hosting Winter Wonderland on Parade Plaza

The Kilkenny County Council is examining the possiblity of creating a seasonal winter wonderland for the Parade Plaza in Kilkenny this Christmas.

NUI Galway SU launches nationwide ‘Tell Your TD’ e-campaign

The threat of an increase in registration fees and a cut to maintenance grants has prompted the NUI Galway’s Student Union to take action by launching a nationwide e-campaign which aims to provide students with a platform to air their views and to lobby local TDs.

Ken Bruen’s The Guards to air on TV3 next month

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On Monday at 9pm TV3 will broadcast Jack Taylor, the feature length drama adaptation of The Guards, the acclaimed novel from the award winning Galway novelist Ken Bruen.

Connolly calls for second home levy on developers

A national campaign is needed to pressurise the Government into getting developers and landlords, who lease their homes to city and council councils, to pay a second home levy.

Electric cars here to stay

A new report from the United States maintains that the automotive industry will reach a turning point during 2010 as it begins a gradual transition away from the internal combustion engine and towards electrification.

New primary school to open in Doughiska in September

A temporary school for the primary school for the Doughiska, Roscam, and Ardaun area is to open in September as parents and pupils wait for the main building to be completed.

Clamp down on neglectful landlords , says O’Flaherty

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The days of landlords being allowed to neglect their properties and let them to fall into disrepair are coming to an end as new standards to regulate the private rented sector are due to come into force.

Trip to a seal colony

A talk in Erris on the Private Life of Grey Seals by Denis Strong will take place on Friday September 26 2008 at 9pm in Ionad Deirbhile Heritage Centre, Eachléim. The talk is funded by the Heritage Council and admission is free.

 

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