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Rural protocol needed to avoid closure of services

Proper steps need to be followed and alternatives sought before rural services are cut, that’s according to James Claffey, policy and communication officer at Irish Rural Link.

Last chance for rural broadband

Irish Rural Link has warned that the time for making applications under the Rural Broadband Scheme will come to an end on July 29. The scheme applies to households and premises which are outside of the regions covered by the earlier National Broadband Scheme.

Seanad candidates put forward reform proposals

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1,300 Westmeath people registered to vote for Seanad

Just 1,300 people living in Westmeath are registered to vote for the upcoming Seanad elections on the National University of Ireland (NUI) panel, one of just three panels which allows members of the public to vote.

Award for Killala community

Irish Rural Link, the national organisation campaigning for sustainable rural communities, will present Killala Community Council with a National Rural Award at IRL’s annual conference in Waterford this week. The awards are made in recognition of the hard work and dedication shown by various community groups and individuals in improving their local communities and the wider fabric of rural Ireland.

National Rural Award for Ring a Link

Irish Rural Link — the national organisation campaigning for sustainable rural communities — will present Carlow, Kilkenny, and South Tipperary Ring a Link with a National Rural Award at IRL’s annual conference in Co Waterford this week.

Will drink-driving proposals destroy rural Westmeath?

Government proposals to lower the drink-driving limit from 80mg to 50mg per 100ml of blood have met with mixed reaction locally, with many concerned that the implementation of the new legislation will sound the death knell for rural pubs.

Will drink-driving proposals destroy rural Westmeath?

Government proposals to lower the drink-driving limit from 80mg to 50mg per 100ml of blood have met with mixed reaction locally, with many concerned that the implementation of the new legislation will sound the death knell for rural pubs.

 

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