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Inland Fisheries Ireland and Cairde na Chláir, representing four of its angling clubs on the Clare River, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to enable both parties to collaborate on the conservation and development of brown trout and salmon and their habitat on the Clare River.
Sean Canney, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries Sector, has commended the action of the vast majority of anglers during the Covid-19 measures and urged all to continue to respect the current measures and #stayathome.
As the dust settles on a tumultuous General Election, attention turns to the central question – who governs? If this looked like a conundrum in the immediate aftermath of the 2016 election, then if anything a solution is even less apparent on this occasion.
Athenry is to get a new fire station, with the facility expected to be located on the outskirts of the town, while the local Gaelscoil Riada has been approved for new facilities.
September heralds the resumption of political activity with party think-ins and shadow boxing between the various parties preceding the return of the Dáil in the middle of the month.
As the Dáil prepares to head off on its summer recess, with local and European elections behind us and with a general election looming ever nearer, Insider felt it a good time to take stock and consider the state of the various parties.
Some €48 million is being invested in the west of Ireland in a new five-year business strategy by the Western Development Commission.
Appeals to anglers in Mayo to become citizen scientists as part of the National Salmon Scale Project
Anglers in Mayo who are willing to become citizen scientists are needed for a new National Salmon Scale Project says Sean Canney TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries sector.
It has now been over three years since South Galway got ravaged by severe flooding events and there is a growing concern amongst residents in the area that the delays in flood relief solutions will increase risk of them suffering a major flood event again.
OCC Construction based in Galway which undertakes commercial building contracts has donated over €90,000 to charity organisations within Ireland since its inception in 2010. As a team of 12 OCC employees each nominate a charity to share a pot of over €20,000 donated by OCC construction.