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An allocation of €15,541,817 was made to Westmeath County Council on January 21 for national roads, a senior official has informed councillors. Head of finance, Jimmy Dalton, told the council’s finance meeting on Monday of last week that the fund was made up of an allocation of €12,941,838 for improvements, €599,979 for maintenance and €2,000,000 […]
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Fingal County Council has presented an update on the Rogerstown Estuary Coastal Flooding and Erosion Risk Management Study to the Fingal Coastal Liaison Group. The Study, which is being carried out by RPS engineering consultants, examines the options available to address coastal flooding and erosion risk in Rush and Portrane. Preferred options have emerged in […]
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Five half day Climate Action workshops for South County Dublin communities These three hour workshops for individuals and community groups in South County Dublin will help communities better understand the need for climate action at a local level and build local climate knowledge in the community.. To book a place on one of the workshops […]
Following input of residents, community organisations, businesses and public bodies on the Draft Tallaght LAP, the elected members of South Dublin County Council resolved to make the Tallaght Local Area Plan, with amendments, on 23rd January 2020. As some of the amendments to the Draft Local Area Plan were deemed to be material alterations of […]
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Ireland’s biggest annual Festival reveals Five Great Days and Nights celebrating the Nation’s Treasures 13-17 March 2020, Dublin. The programme for the National St. Patrick’s Festival, 13-17 March 2020, Dublin, was unveiled today by the Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin, Tom Brabazon. With the theme SEODA – Treasures from Ireland, the Festival will celebrate Ireland’s […]
Nominations are now open for the 2020 Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Awards. The awards recognise groups or individuals that have excelled in their field, while honouring their contribution to Ireland and its Diaspora. Donegal County Council continues to celebrate and forge links with the Irish Diaspora with a unique awards ceremony which takes place in Donegal […]
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Construction works are due to commence in early March on the upgrade of a cycle route on Stillorgan Road near University College Dublin. This scheme extends from the junction with The Rise to the pedestrian footbridge midway between the Fosters Avenue junction and Belfield flyover. Stillorgan Road is a key route in the city linking Bray […]
Met Éireann has issued an Orange wind warning for parts of the west and north tomorrow as strong winds associated with Storm Ciara are forecast to continue into tomorrow. Very strong westerly winds are forecast in coastal areas with mean speeds of 65-80km/h and gusts generally between 110 and 130km/h will affect Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, […]