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Minister Naughten authorises turlough flood monitoring programme
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€200,000 for Co. Roscommon flood works – Naughten
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Funding approved to address Ballinasloe flooding – Naughten
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Minister Naughten authorises turlough flood monitoring programme
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Minister Denis Naughten has authorised the Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI) to establish a groundwater/turlough flood monitoring programme, in conjunction with the OPW, which will study turloughs in Roscommon, Galway and Longford in unprecedented detail.…
€200,000 for Co. Roscommon flood works – Naughten
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Roscommon County Council has been allocated €200,000 for flood works throughout the county, Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed. The works will directly address the flooding of homes and property which occurred last winter and is…
Funding approved to address Ballinasloe flooding – Naughten
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Birchgrove works to divert flood waters Roscommon County Council has been allocated funding for flood works at Birchgrove, Creagh, Ballinasloe, to address a serious flooding problem that arose last winter. The works include the installation…
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Fianna Fail & Fine Gael must agree lasting rules for a minority Government
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The failure by the two main parties to acknowledge that the election gave no political party a mandate to govern but instead the electorate decided that we all need to work together is very disappointing.…
After 50 hours of talks on the formation of a new government with both Fine Gael & Fianna Fail, it is clear that a new Government – if formed – will be a ‘watershed government’.
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This new government will either involve both Fine Gael and Fianna Fail, which will bring an end to civil war politics, or it will see the establishment of a minority government which, because of its…

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