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Kilkenny City Hall was a divided house on Monday night, as four local councillors walked out of a borough council meeting to protest against a split between the executive and some of the elected members.
Westmeath County Council’s budget has been passed without amendment and with no frontline services cut.
Cashin Print has recently been appointed official print partner to Let’s Do It Global, the event management company responsible for the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race finale in Galway.
Kilkenny has been offered a resolution to some of the traffic problems that have been plaguing the city over recent years, following a decision by An Bord Pleanala this week to grant approval for a central access scheme and new bridge crossing.
Serious questions were raised at Monday’s city council meeting to have land in Ballindooley listed as a heritage site, which some councillors suspected was a means to block a proposed Traveller halting site for the area.
The Kia Rio has been voted Continental Irish Car of the Year 2012 by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association.
The National Roads Authority came in for some heavy criticism this week from Mullingar councillors after it removed the picture of a caravan from a roadsign outside Tyrrellspass.
“Frightening and scary” is how one well known Mayo GAA personality described the figures presented by the Mayo County Board executive to the delegates at Monday night’s county board meeting. It had been a high pressure day for some of the principal officers, who were summoned to a meeting with Croke Park officials in the Connacht Council offices in Ballyhaunis earlier that day to discuss the financial situation of the development. County board chairman Paddy McNicholas told the meeting that they had to have a plan in place in a fortnight’s time for Croke Park and the banks.
It is not Christmas yet, but it is the season to be jolly at Galway Executive Skillnet (GES), which is giving away a number of free workshops at Galway City venues as an early present to Galway’s business community. Space is limited on all five free courses, so early booking with GES is essential.
Ballina Town Council this week approved to have in place an overdraft facility to the value of €1 million for the council.