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Fine Gael TD for Longford/Westmeath, Deputy Peter Burke, has raise a number of pertinent agriculture issues which were highlighted to him by concerned farmers within the constituency.
On both local and national platforms, the general public are coming to terms with the new reality of social distancing and getting to grips with how best to avoid contamination of ourselves and those around us.
BGR FITNESS, who host a twice weekly cardio and core class within the surrounds of Our Lady’s Bower Athlone, have created a novel manner in which to stay healthy and raise funds for charity as the COVID-19 crisis persists.
Responding to the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said it strongly supports the view of the ESRI that the cost of building homes must be driven down and called for the setting up of an official monthly index of input costs.
Local TD, Denis Naughten, has confirmed the allocation of €108,000 from Minister Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran towards the cost of addressing an ongoing flooding problem on the Drum Road, at Crancam.
THE VODAFONE Comedy Carnival may be over for another year, but that does not mean Galway will be without comedy, stand-up, and laughter, as Karl Spain will be continuing the humorous vibes.
Local TD, Denis Naughten, has welcomed the approval of a new heart failure service for Portiuncula Hospital which will see patients diagnosed and treated quicker than in the past.
In today’s post-modern, interdependent world where Muslims and Christians are increasingly living and working side-by-side there is a greater need to understand the faith of the religious other better, while avoiding misperceptions and confusion. This is necessary so that Muslims and Christians can appreciate the commitment each makes to serve God in a manner in which their conscience dictates, without diminution of their own faith and its role in God’s universal design.
BRANAR TÉATAR Do Pháistí acclaimed show for children, How To Catch A Star, has been selected for the IPAY International Showcase, which takes place in January 2020 in Philadelphia.
Watching trends in the accommodation sector in Ireland is always interesting. Recently we have seen a number of high profile four and five star hotels engage in multi-million euro refurbishment programmes, essential work if we are to compete with the rest of the world. However, there are still many establishments that have been short on the maintenance and refurbishment front for a number of years. As prices rise again customers are not always seeing an equal increase in standards. While hotels undoubtedly benefit from investment, as salubrious as these premises may become, they will ultimately fail to impress unless the standards of staff, service, and food matches and complements the surroundings.