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A Ballyhaunis woman was convicted and fined a total of €1,150 for illegal dumping in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
Sinn Fein councillor Paul Hogan has commended the residents of Sarsfield Square after a massive clean-up of the estate over the weekend. He has said that he is “delighted to play an initial role in securing skips for the clean-up”.
Kilkenny County Council are banking on surveillance cameras at local bottle banks to play a major role in ending problems with illegal dumping in the county.
A woman from Ballina who dumped rubbish in the Humbert Street car park in Ballina was convicted of illegal dumping at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.
A Claregalway couple were convicted and fined at Ballinrobe District Court this week after a number of rubbish bags which they disposed off in Mayo were detected by the litter warden.
Two people from Claregalway were convicted and fined at Ballinrobe District Court this week after a number of rubbish bags which they disposed off in Mayo were detected by the litter warden.
Over 100 bags of rubbish which were detected in the Foxford area led to the prosecution of one of the litter offenders at Foxford District Court this week.
An award-winning Indian restaurant was fined €2,000 plus costs in the District Court earlier this week (November 11) for littering offences.
A Claremorris woman was convicted and fined €350 and ordered to pay €500 costs in Claremorris District Court this week for illegal dumping.
The first ever full meeting of Mayo County Council to be held in Swinford in the 110 years of elected local government in Ireland got off to a controversial start this week.