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Three new and exciting projects which will see people from across Donegal and Northern Ireland coming together for a diverse range of activities was officially launched on Tuesday 12th November by Cllr. Paul Canning, Chair of the Donegal Peace Partnership in the Regional Culture Centre, Letterkenny. Living in Donegal will work with25 participants throughout Donegal […]
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Government ministers traveled to the Midlands to meet with those affected by last week’s decision resulting in an accelerated exit from peat. The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton T.D. will be accompanied by the Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe T.D., the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the […]
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Laois County Council has approved a budget of just under €78.5m for 2020.  It represents a 9% increase on this years budget and is separate to a capital programme – worth €140m to the O’Moore county.  The increase comes despite councillors deciding against raising commercial rates or local property tax.  Homelessness, housing and climate change
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Fingal Inclusion Week 2019 is an initiative led by Fingal County Council and Fingal Public Participation Network (the PPN). 2019 is the first year this has taken place in Fingal. Fingal Inclusion Week aims to: Highlight the positive work that communities, agencies and other organisations are involved in to reduce social exclusion and poverty in […]
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In consultation with the HSE, Irish Water and Fingal County Council can confirm that, as a precaution, a Boil Water Notice to protect the health of customers supplied by Leixlip Water Treatment Plant has been put in place for a second time. As with the last Boil Water Notice, approximately 600,000 people are impacted. The […]