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Still no GP for Bangor Erris

The HSE is struggling to recruit a GP for Bangor Erris.

Roscommon TD suggests solution to water problems in Williamstown

Roscommon TD Denis Naughten has called on Irish Water to relocate a temporary mobile water treatment plant which is currently located in Roscommon town to Williamstown to address the ongoing problem with water quality in the area.

Water supply on Aran islands at critical level

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Water levels in the reservoirs on the Aran islands of Inis Meáin and Inis Oírr are reaching critically low levels with locals fearful that supply will run out by the August Bank Holiday weekend.

After twenty-eight years, Chernobyl remains a ‘ticking time bomb’

We, all of us, have a problem with keeping things in mind, with remembering what it is important to remember, while allowing other things that might have seemed important at the time to fade. We can, perhaps, be forgiven for such lapses of recollection. We are, after all, bombarded 24/7 with an unprecedented flood of information, from every corner of the globe.

Bill to repair city storm damage could top €1.3 million

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The bill for reinstating the city’s coastline and Leisureland in Salthill to its pre-storm condition will come to more than €1.3 million, according to a preliminary estimate of costs which was presented at the Galway City Council meeting on Monday.

City councillors - all revved up with nowhere to go

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Monday’s emergency Galway City Council meeting to tackle traffic congestion had a lot in common with the gridlock that it aspired to solve - it was stop-start, slow-moving, tempers became frayed, and after four hours you realised that you hadn’t actually got anywhere.

More permanent job needed on Castledaly roads

Local Fine Gael councillor John Dolan last week welcomed the improvements which have been carried out on the roads in the Castledaly area over the past number of weeks; however he says a “more permanent job” needs to be done.

Minister launches Midlands Simon annual report

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The Midland Simon Community celebrated a major landmark last week with the publication of its annual report, which marks the successful completion of the group’s first three-year strategy in the Midlands. To date the Midlands Simon Community has received over 230 referrals, which represents over 500 people.


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