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Christmas comes early for Westport pupils

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While many children around the country were scribbling Christmas wish lists to Santa for a coveted Frozen doll or the latest Lego kit, 315 young pupils at Scoil Phadraig, Westport, composed a heartfelt festive wish of a very different kind - addressed to the Minister for Education, Jan O’Sullivan.

Westport Train Station is voted best in Ireland

Westport Train Station was this week awarded the accolade of best in Ireland as voted by its passengers and tourists.

Minister Ring welcomes positive start to tourism in 2012

Minister of State for Tourism & Sport, Michael Ring, has welcomed the first CSO tourism figures for 2012, which show that visits to Ireland increased again compared to the previous year for the period November 2011 - January 2012.

Minister Ring welcomes positive start to tourism in 2012

Minister of State for Tourism & Sport, Michael Ring, has welcomed the first CSO tourism figures for 2012, which show that visits to Ireland increased again compared to the previous year for the period November 2011 - January 2012.

The Troika visit Kilkenny for local events

Kilkenny was awash with ministers this week, with no fewer than three government senior and junior ministers visiting the Marble City for two separate events on Monday.

Kilkenny Family Resource Centres launch novel literacy drive

The Fr McGrath Centre and Newpark Close FRCs will be at the forefront on a new government drive to raise IT literacy skills and help improve Irish people’s employment skills for the 21st century labour market.

Bed push raised vital funds for cystic fibrosis charity

Funds raised from a charity bed push in the city will be used to improve facilities at University Hospital Galway for people with cystic fibrosis.

Hogan announces €100 household charge

A new household charge announced by local Minister Phil Hogan is set to affect some 1.8 million households in the country with a number of exemptions for the lower paid.

St Luke’s to gain from signigicant government spend... we hope

I hate to be cynical. But one might not blame me for being a little bit unconvinced about the recent announcement that St Luke’s is to finally get the upgrade that it has been waiting for, for the past decade.

Mulherin challenges Calleary over ‘phantom’ farm scheme

Farmers in Mayo have not received their payments due to them since the back of last year under Agri-Enviro Options Scheme (AEOS), according to Mayo Fine Gael general election candidate, Councillor Michelle Mulherin.

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