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Under-funded roads in West see business opportunities drive by – Rabbitte

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Fianna Fáil MEP candidate in the Midlands-North-West, Anne Rabbitte TD, has said that major under funding of the roads network in the western region is impacting on investment in the area.

Moore calling for specific Ceide Coast roads funding

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Fianna Fáil Local Election Candidate for the Ballina Municipal District, Eamon Moore, is calling for Mayo County Council to apply to the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport for specific roads funding for the Ceide Coast, incorporating Killala, Lacken and Ballycastle.

Under funded roads in West see business opportunities drive by – Rabbitte

Fianna Fáil MEP candidate in the Midlands-North-West Anne Rabbitte TD has said that major under funding of the roads network in the western region is impacting on investment in the area.

High profile office accommodation available in The Claddagh

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering a unique opportunity to acquire for letting a magnificent, superbly located office development close to the city centre.

Extra storm funding allocated for Westmeath’s large road network

Longford/Westmeath TD and Minister for State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, has announced that he has secured additional funding for Westmeath to help address the effects of last winter’s storms and the lengthy dry spell over the summer on the county’s roads network.

Galway car records the most owners

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Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie tells us 17,363 private vehicles in Ireland (excluding imports) have 10 owners or more over the lifetime of the vehicle – excluding garage sales.

More investment needed for local and regional roads says Ballina TD

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Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo Dara Calleary says successive years of government underinvestment in our roads network has left many local and regional routes in extremely dangerous condition.

Take care this weekend when using the roads, say local gardai

The stark reality is that to date this year, 156 people have been killed on Irish roads, thirty more than the same period last year. 166 people lost their lives on Irish roads in 2015. 23 persons have been killed on Western roads to date in 2016 and nine of those have been in Galway, four in Mayo, two in Clare and eight in Roscommon.

Galway’s ‘rapidly deteriorating’ roads like ‘stepping back into the eighties’ says Healy-Eames

The state of the roads in county areas is so bad, a competition for the “worst roads in Galway would be very popular and there would be many justified entries”, according to Independent senator Fidelma Healy-Eames.

 

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