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Work on west’s first crematorium to start within months after site gets green light

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Ballinasloe is to be the location for the first crematorium in the west of Ireland, following a decision by An Bord Pleanala to grant full planning permission for the facility at Garbally Demesne, alongside the N6 old Ballinasloe-Loughrea road.

Take Action Business competition launches with Tuam Networking Event

The launch of the Take Action Business competition takes place at 11.30am on Wednesday November 6 at Beechtree Enterprise Centre, Weir Road,Tuam.

Naughton retreats on Norris vote

In less than a month in the mayoral office, first time Mayor Hildegarde Naughton has completed a second U-turn on a controversial decision.

Dangerous Ballinagore site to be made a green field

A dangerous abandoned site in the village of Ballinagore, on the Mullingar to Tullamore Road is to be investigated by the Westmeath County Council under the Derelict Sites Act it was revealed this week.

Insulation innovation

Campion Homes has recently introduced to the building industry their Insulated Concrete Panel building system (ICP). The product was launched at The Building Exhibition in the RDS in September and received the Overall Best Product of the show award beating competition from timber frame systems, ICF systems, metal frame, and standard block construction. This award is judged by a panel of independent architects and engineers which is testament in itself to the quality of the product.

Local Oireachtas members take on brewery campaign

Deputy Phil Hogan and Junior Minister John McGuinness are campaigning on behalf of the workers at St Francis Abbey Brewery who are uncertain about their future following recent developments at the brewery headquarters.

Cashla power plant in wrong location, say Athenry Greens

The need for security of electricity supply in Ireland, and the need to add more renewable energy resources to the national grid, is of strategic importance for Ireland, according to the Athenry Greens. Part of this plan is the addition of peak gas power plants to make up for the fall in supply from renewable energy.

 

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