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The condition of the pathway up Croagh Patrick, and ensuring that it is made safe, was raised again this week at the West Mayo Municipal District’s monthly meeting.
Deputy Derek Nolan has received confirmation from the Commission for Communications Regulation that it will test all primary and secondary national roads, as well as motorways, in Galway for mobile phone coverage. The move follows reports of poor mobile phone coverage in rural parts of the county.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD said that he was “one for reality and the truth” when he made a commitment to meet the challenge of the enormous problem of domestic violence in Mayo and Ireland.
A committee of parents concerned about sustained harassment and violence against their children in Castlebar is to meet with the local Superintendent and senior HSE social worker next week to try and find solutions to this growing problem.
The Start Up Live roadshow came to Athlone this week. Held in the Olive Grove Restaurant, the evening brought together 100 local business people who debated at length the challenges facing their business from selling to hiring great staff to competing for finance. The free event was held by Ulster Bank, in association with smallbusinesscan.com, to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business.
Kilkenny MEP Liam Aylward criticised airlines for their reaction to the ash cloud crisis in recent times.
Public confidence in the cleanliness and safety of the Galway drinking water supply has “gone totally” as the city faces into its second major water crisis in less than 18 months.
“Pay attention”. How often have you heard that command as you are firmly jolted back to reality from the world of fantasy?