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Repair bill jumps for storm damage jumps by €9 million

As the weeks move on after superstorm Christine, the bill for the repair and future protection of Mayo’s coastline has continued to rise as the damage to public infrastructure continues to be assessed by Mayo County Council. The new total for the repair and upgrade of the public infrastructure in the county is €13,490,000, up from the first estimate of €4.5 million which was given in mid-January.

Galway’s €20 million road funding to help repair storm damage

Roads damaged in the recent severe storm weather could benefit from remediation works sooner than expected as nearly €20 million has been allocated for the maintenance and strengthening of local and regional roads in Galway city and county.

Belmullet councillors want answers on cable snub

Three elected members of the Belmullet electoral area committee are demanding answers as to why the new submarine cable connecting North America with Europe will be landing in Killala and not in Belmullet as was expected.

Belmullet councillors want answers on cable snub

Three elected members of the Belmullet electoral area committee are demanding answers as to why the new submarine cable connecting North America with Europe will be landing in Killala and not in Belmullet as was expected.

Stormy battering continues but end is in sight

The stormy conditions which have been battering the county continue today (Monday) but look set to abate later this week.

Budget is bereft of hope for people who have lost jobs - Penrose

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Labour Party TD Willie Penrose has said this week’s Budget is bereft of hope for people who have lost their jobs. “With well over 400,000 people in Ireland looking for work, surely the number one priority for this budget should have been job creation? We had every right to expect that the budget would put forward some concrete proposals to get people off the dole queues and into jobs, but instead we got nothing.”

Don’t ask their opinion and then ignore it

Let the people decide. But when the people had their say it obviously wasn’t the right say, and so their wishes were rejected.

Mary Robinson the people’s choice for name of Ballina footbridge

It is official, the most popular name for the Ballina pedestrian footbridge is to name the structure after former president Mary Robinson. This comes after the Fianna Fáil members of Ballina Town Council were accused of snubbing Mrs Robinson by Fine Gael councillor Michelle Mulherin, an accusation which was denied vehemently by the Fianna Fáil contingent on the council.

 

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