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Over 7 million euro has been allocated to the Counties of Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal under the new rural active travel investment programme.   5.3 million euro worth of funding has been announced for Donegal, 2.5 million for Sligo and 2.2 million for Leitrim.   The funding will be used…

Safety issues between Ballygawley and Castledargan Resort need to be urgently addressed.   That’s according to local Fine Gael Councillor, Thomas Walsh, who says a specific stretch on the R290 is unsafe for people to walk or cycle on.   A petition was started by the community in 2018 on…

Additional funding has been secured for safety works in the village of Ballintogher.   Earlier this year €25,000 was allocated for speed ramps in the Village. A raised pedestrian crossing was installed at St Teresa`s Church and a speed ramp installed coming into the village from the Dromahair side.  …

    Calls are being made on the local authority in Sligo to establish a plan in relation to the provision of remote working hubs across the County.   The calls are being made by local Councillor Thomas Walsh.   Cllr. Walsh says that the Council should be making applications…

It’s day one of the formal general election campaign with parties setting out their stalls ahead of next month’s vote.   A  Fine Gael candidate says he believes the party has every chance of retaining its seat in the Sligo Leitrim/South Donegal/North Roscommon constituency.   It follows confirmation yesterday from…

Fine Gael councillor Thomas Walsh has been added to the party’s General Election ticket for the Sligo, Leitrim, South Donegal and North Roscommon constituency.     Cllr Walsh, from Ballygawley, Co Sligo was added to the ticket following a meeting of Fine Gael’s Executive Council last night.     The…

Sligo Fine Gael Councillor, Thomas Walsh says the passing of the Council budget for 2020 will alleviate fears businesses may have had.   The local authority voted 12 votes to 3 in favour of the proposals on Friday, with the meeting only lasting 10 minutes.   Sinn Fein’s Chris MacManus…