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  1. Oct 16, 2021 · Key meeting to help end road project 'nightmare' of Mayo residents. Mayo County Council and the Road Design Office has agreed to meet residents at Kilkenny, Breaffy Road, Castlebar, whose homes are located adjacent to the new bridge under construction along the new N5 dual carriageway. The news has been welcomed by Councillor Ger Deere.

  2. Oct 16, 2021 · October 16 2021 12:00 PM. Facebook. Twitter. Email. South Dublin County Council will not prosecute a property developer who bypassed planning and building regulations brought in after the Priory ...

  3. Oct 16, 2021 · by Austin Hobbs news@limerickpost.ie A COUNTY Limerick community is organising a major fundraiser to support a local woman who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer. 32-year-old Amanda Tierney, who is a native of Newtownshandrum, has been married and living in Granagh for the past eight years. Her husband is Daniel and they have four children: Sean […]

  4. Oct 16, 2021 · Louth County Council received the most money from fines in 2018, with €445,811 worth of fines being paid across both Dundalk and Drogheda. 2020 saw the council receive €199,170, due to a low number of fines being issued in 2020, likely due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions.

  5. Oct 16, 2021 · 16 Oct 2021. Donegal County Council say they are proposing to close one lane of the Kilmacrennan Road in Letterkenny this Sunday between 8am and 4pm. Windyhall Road will also be closed to facilitate the works. This will be to facilitate preparation works ahead of the night works planned the following week, the DCC say.

  6. Oct 16, 2021 · Offaly County Council is hiring for a number of positions. The Local Authority is seeking applications for the following postions. POST OF CIVIL DEFENCE OFFICER (OPEN COMPETITION) €48,540 – €59,320 PER ANNUM POST OF LIBRARY ASSISTANT (OPEN COMPETITION) €24,602 &ndash...

  7. Oct 16, 2021 · UP to last week, Limerick City and County Council was sitting on 40 empty houses in the Newcastle West Municipal District alone and at least half of these could be categorised as derelict. On Friday, October 1, three lucky tenants got keys to their new homes.

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