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A cross-party delegation from Westport Town Council were in Strasbourg this week to attend the 25th Congress of Local and Regional Authorities. Fine Gael’s Cllr Myles Staunton, Fianna Fáil Cllr Margaret Adams, and Labour Cllr Keith Martin attended the congress to continue the council’s lobbying for the retention of town councils which are due to be abolished when their current term ends next summer. While the councillors were in Strasbourg the monitoring committee of the Council of Europe published a report on local democracy in Ireland from its monitoring committee, which called on the Irish Government to ensure the subsidiarity principle is better enshrined and protected.
The impending abolition of the town councils was discussed by the Westport councillors at last week’s annual budget meeting. Cllr Christy Hyland first raised the issue by saying: “Westport is a good example of a town council and now people will have to go over to the new municipal authority with cap in hand like Oliver, asking please sir can I have more?”
The midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming event: Social Media 101 for HR. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 5.30pm on Wednesday November 21. There will be a networking opportunity at the start followed by the speaker commencing at 6pm sharp.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming event: Embedding a Coaching Culture in an Organisation/ CIPD Midlands annual general meeting. The event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and Wineport Lodge, will take place in Wineport Lodge at 6pm on Wednesday, April 18, where the principal speakers will be Ray Byrne, president, Midlands Gateway Chamber; Paula King, executive director, Kingstown College; and Tom Ryan, chairman, CIPD Midlands Region.
The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has announce details of an upcoming event; Workplace Investigations and the Role of Mediation in Conflict Intervention: A Case Study. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 6pm on Wednesday November 16.
The finals of the town league darts are to take place tonight Friday March 26 in the Fáilte Suite of the Welcome Inn Hotel commencing at 8pm sharp.
More than 400 guests are expected to attend the 19th Carlow GAA awards presentation which will be held on Saturday December 6 at the Dolmen Hotel at 7.30pm. Sixteen individuals will be honoured for their outstanding contribution to Cumann Luthchleas Gael. There are six special awards up in recognition for outstanding work taking place in schools, organisations and clubs.
Kilkenny 20 Longford 18
Grennan College secured their place in the All-Ireland senior C colleges camogie final in Thomastown last Saturday with a hard earned victory over the Mercy of Waterford. The Thomastown girls had to dig deep and show the character that saw them battle through Leinster. The girls were unbeaten all season, and with the showpiece left to come, hopes are high that they can go all the way. Played in blustery conditions in front of a large vociferous support, it was always going to be a tough game.
Kilkenny 13 Dundalk 18