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Parking permits sought for local workers

The mayor of Mullingar is calling for a parking permit to be made available to workers who call to local businesses on a regular basis.

Free parking comes into force on Monday

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Two hour, free, on street parking, in Galway city centre between the hours of 10am and 12 noon, come into force on Monday and will run for a three week period.

Mayo campaign launched to highlight dangers of reversing

It is a tragic story that appears regularly in newspapers across the nation. Often it takes up no more than a few column centimetres, and while the names are different the story still remains the same – a child has been killed or injured after being run over by a car reversing out of the family driveway. Tragically, in most of these cases, an adult member of the child's family, a neighbour, or a visitor to the house was driving the vehicle.

Athlone retains ‘clean’ title despite chewing gum and food litter problem - says IBAL

Athlone has retained the ‘clean’ title it earned in last year’s Anti-Litter League; however the latest report reveals that some sites are still plagued by chewing gum, litter, and rubbish dumping.

Chamber to answer Barrett’s call for public meeting on Castlebar jobs crisis

Castlebar town councillor Harry Barrett has called on councillors to focus on what he has dubbed “the emergency jobs crisis” in Castlebar and has called for an urgent public meeting on the issue. Cllr Barrett made his call in the wake of the ongoing concern regarding the loss of 30 jobs in the Homebase outlet in Castlebar and a spate of recent closures of local businesses.

Mayo communities roll out National Bike Week with numerous events

Would you like to take advantage of the longer brighter days by getting out on your bike? A challenge is going out to all families to dust off their bikes and trikes for a bumper week of cycling activity during National Bike Week 2013.

Crime Prevention Officer expresses concern over thefts from cars

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Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.

Parking charges concerns Castlebar Chamber president

Castlebar Chamber president Oliver Kelleher, in a presentation to Castlebar Town Council last week, hit out at the council on a number of issues. Kelleher told the meeting that the businesses in the town were looking for “fair play” and were not looking for “special treatment”.

Council agrees to cheaper parking for Castlebar’s main car parks

Members of the public can expect to pay a bit less for parking in Castlebar in the coming weeks with the adoption of new parking bye-laws in the town by the town council this week. The new bye-laws will see monthly parking permits for the new Pavilion Road car park and the Spencer Street car park available to the public for €10 a month. Parking in both those car parks can also be paid for at a daily rate of €2.

Council agrees to cheaper parking for Castlebar’s main car parks

Members of the public can expect to pay a bit less for parking in Castlebar in the coming weeks with the adoption of new parking bye-laws in the town by the town council this week. The new bye-laws will see monthly parking permits for the new Pavilion Road car park and the Spencer Street car park available to the public for €10 a month. Parking in both those car parks can also be paid for at a daily rate of €2.

 

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