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Flood maps consultation

 

Senator doubts A&E could cope with major emergency crisis

A local senator has expressed concern about how University Hospital Galway’s A&E department would cope with any major medical emergency due to the increasing pressure on its services.

New group to campaign for Oranmore traffic management plan

A new traffic management plan is urgently needed for Oranmore where there is increasing traffic and safety problems, according to the newly-formed Oranmore Traffic Group.

Problems facing retail sector to be discussed at Castlebar meeting

The Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will be in Mayo County Council Offices in Castlebar next Monday, April 22, from 9.30am to 11.30am as it resumes its series of regional meetings on key issues facing the retail industry, particularly the impact of the black market, licensing requirements in the retail sector and future developments in the sector.

How will the economy affect the way people vote in the county?

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Right now June 5 might not be a date that means much to people – but we can be sure that once it (or alternatively Thursday June 4) is announced as the date for the local and European elections people will pencil it in their diary as a date to look forward to.

Time for Westmeath youth to change the world with Young Social Innovators 2010

Westmeath teenagers are being called upon to help create a fairer and more just society by signing up to become Young Social Innovators. “Don’t stand by and inherit the society this generation has created. Become actively involved in the issues facing your community and influence the shape of the society that you will ultimately lead.” This was the challenge to Westmeath’s young people from Sr Stanislaus Kennedy, chairperson, Young Social Innovators, Ireland’s largest citizenship programme for 15 to 18 year olds, when she announced details of the 2010 programme. The closing date for entries to the programme is Friday September 18 and an estimated 8,000 young people from over 400 schools and educational centres across the country are expected to participate.

 

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