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Westmeath is spending less than other councils in areas such as housing, roads, water, and recreation, according to a new website which compares public spending across the country.
A Westmeath councillor has suggested leaving rubbish to build up on the county’s streets for several weeks so people can see the damage done by littering.
The deadline for the controversial €100 Household Charge falls on March 31, but it is understood that only 6,000 homes of more than 90,380 in County Galway have registered for the charge - a rate of 6.5 per cent with only three weeks left until the payment deadline.
Galway County Council was honoured at the recent Repak Awards during National Recycling Week. WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, selected Galway County Council as a recipient of their Special Merit Award and as a finalist in the WEEE Ireland Best WEEE and Battery Recycling Event Category for their hard work during the year and participation in the WEEE Ireland Collection Programme.
The city should be decked in Connacht flags and the Connacht Rugby colours of green and white, with the public, city businesses, and the Galway City Council doing all they can to support the team in the run up to their European cup match against Toulon.
A Kilkenny town councillor has said that the incidence of take-away litter on our streets is nothing short of a disgrace, and that food operators have a duty to clear it up.