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Council Partners Environment News
The three local authorities of Wicklow, Meath, and Kildare County Councils have come together to address their combined climate mitigation ambitions through the formation of the Mid East Energy Unit. The establishment of the Mid East Energy Unit will provide a platform for the three local authorities to work collaboratively to bring about measurable climate […]
Council Partners News
Meath County Council was recently successful in being awarded certification to the coveted safety management standard ISO 45001:2018. ISO 45001:2018 is the world’s first international Occupational Health and Safety management accreditation award. The standard provides a framework to increase safety awareness, reduce workplace risks and enhance health and well-being at
Council Partners Culture News
Festivalgoers and fans of folklore are in for a treat Halloween 2022 as Púca Festival returns to Co. Meath. Celebrating Ireland as the birthplace of Halloween, Púca is an authentic, immersive, and otherworldly festival. Vibrant, fun, and contemporary in feel but strongly rooted in tradition, Púca will take place in festival hubs Trim and Athboy in County Meath, from Friday
Council Partners Health News
Cathaoirleach Cllr. Nick Killian attended Dunboyne Castle to help launch a new nationwide campaign for additional volunteer Community First Responders to support the work of the Emergency Services in local communities. The campaign, which features a new promotional video and website, www.becomeacfr.ie was launched by Cathal O’Donnell, Medical Director of the National
Council Partners News
Cathaoirleach of Meath County Council, Cllr. Sean Drew, launched the Meath Women’s Caucus in the Solstice Arts Centre. The Meath Women’s Caucus has been established to promote women in politics and enhance female participation in Local Government.  The objective of the caucus is to further gender equality among elected members of the Council and in […]
Council Partners News Transport
Meath County Council is delighted to confirm the recent completion of construction works associated with the delivery of new bus stop infrastructure in Navan. The works, funded by the National Transport Authority (NTA), has included the delivery of 53 new wheelchair-accessible bus stops along with signage and information display units. Minor refurbishment work to 13 […]
Council Partners Culture News
Continuing their partnership for a fourth year, Centre Culturel Irlandais and Meath County Council Arts Office will work together to support an individual artist from Meath to spend a month in Paris. Open to practising professional artists of all disciplines living in County Meath, the bursary will provide: a month-long residency at the prestigious Parisian centre, […]