FIANNA Fáil General Election candidate for Cork North-West Cllr Aindrias Moynihan has revealed that the Government has allocated less money to the Macroom Bypass for next year.??When the Transport Infrastructure Ireland allocations were announced just before Christmas the Macroom Bypass was allocated €3.8m for 2016. This is a reduction on what was allocated for the bypass in 2014 and 2015 and it casts doubt on the Government’s commitment to the
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FIANNA Fáil Cork North-West election candidate Aindrias Moynihan claims the party’s new agriculture policy will ensure that farmers are given a fair deal when it comes to pricing and farm profitability. The strategy, “Securing fair process and increased profitability for farmers”, demonstrates Fianna Fáil’s commitment to family farming and seeks to protect the viability of these important businesses.
FIANNA Fáil’s two candidates for the forthcoming General Election have set out a number of priorities after the party’s selection convention took place in Millstreet last Friday night. Party members heard Deputy Michael Moynihan and Councillor Aindrias Moynihan will contest the General Election in the 3-seat constituency. Deputy Moynihan commented: “Fine Gael and Labour have failed our rural communities. People living in towns across North West Cork feel more isolated
A LOCAL Fianna Fáil Councillor has accused the Government of discouraging participation in State apprenticeship schemes by hitting participants with €540 in student fees. The new student contribution for FÁS apprentices, which was introduced in Budget 2014, kicked in last week.
ONE of the countries worst traffic bottlenecks is a step closer to be eradicated thank to a recent High Court decision. The decision which dismissed the final challenge to the proposed Macroom Bypass finally clears the way for detailed design work and compulsory purchase orders to proceed for the 22km €231 million road scheme.
MINISTER Phil Hogan has reduced the septic tank registration fee from €50 to €5 for the first three months of the scheme which starts in April but opponents in West Cork have warned that funds must be made available to assist families in upgrading their septic tanks. According to Bandon Sinn Féin councillor Rachel McCarthy the government still needs to make a clear commitment that any upgrading of household septic
IT was standing room only in a packed Knockavilla Hall, Innishannon, last night at a public meeting held to oppose the introduction of the government Water Services Amendment Bill. This Bill which is currently passing through the Oireachtas proposes to introduce a registration fee of €50 for rural households dependent on septic tanks and other waste water systems. As well as this an inspection system is to be introduced which