Month: August 2022

Leitrim has the potential to be a leader in just and sustainable transitions

Within the context of strikes to transition away from sure kinds of farming and fuels resembling turf, concepts of justice and equity inside sustainability have turn into key subjects of dialogue.Justice in sustainability has many alternative elements. Many individuals have heard of a ‘Simply Transition’ which is about guaranteeing the transition to low-carbon societies is developed in an inclusive approach, … Read More

Around the Districts: Derrynane to Keel

DERRYNANE AA motion Sneem/Derrynane struck early in This Qr Last courtesy of Darragh Sullivan with a objective within the first minute. Knocknagoshel replied with some extent from Edmund Walsh however the guests added factors from Tim Murphy and Ronan Hussey to steer 1-2 t- 0-1 after 8minutes, Knock had some extent from play and an Edmund Walsh free to shut … Read More

Around the districts: Manorhamilton to Skreen-Dromard

MANOR-HAMILTON reenway Finds The latest discovery of a piece of the unique SL and NCR railway observe close to Collooney, plus a hidden home, is of specific curiosity in Dromahair, Manorhamilton and Glenfarne, the place sections of SL and NCR Greenaway have been accomplished. Explaining concerning the ‘Collooney observe part discover,’ and so on., the Sligo Leitrim and Northern Counties … Read More

Tourism attraction: Tipperary greenway proposal will link Dromineer with Ballina

Tipperary County Council has opened a public session discussion board on a proposed 24km greenway that can hyperlink the dual cities of Ballina / Killaloe with the lakeside village of Dromineer. The session will stay open till September 22. Residents of the native space, members of the general public and different events are being invited to take part in a … Read More

Extra funding is considered for Greenway

The challenge which goals to develop a greenway on the disused rail route from Sligo to the border is being thought-about for important funding from the €500 million Shared Island fund. he Shared Island initiative was introduced within the 2021 finances and goals to harness cooperation, connection, and mutual understanding between the Republic and Northern Eire. The greenway challenge was … Read More

New dawn for Clones as next phase of Ulster Canal regeneration begins

Revealed: Tue 30 Aug 2022, 2:19 PM The Taoiseach says he hopes funding in cross border tasks will proceed as he unveiled the inspiration stone for the following section of the Ulster Canal challenge. “It is a cross border challenge within the truest sense”, he mentioned. “This has been talked about for a lot of a long time and has … Read More

Kerry Green Party criticise Council over spending shortfall for walking and cycling projects

The Kerry department of the Inexperienced Social gathering has criticised Kerry County Council (KCC) over an absence of motion concerning the set up of strolling and biking infrastructure within the county. nluan Dunne, Inexperienced Social gathering Consultant for Tralee, referred to figures launched by the Nationwide Transport Authority (NTA) that present solely 17.8 per cent of funding made obtainable for … Read More

Inaugural Longford Royal Canal Camino launched

Longford’s Royal Canal Camino organising committee are inviting walkers from throughout Longford and additional afield to tackle the problem of strolling from close to the County boundary in Abbeyshrule to Longford’s landmark constructing, St Mel’s Cathedral, on Saturday, October 1. Royal Canal Camino walkers will observe a 38-kilometre part of the Royal Canal Greenway inside County Longford and also will … Read More

Plan for Lough Derg Greenway

A gorgeous sundown over Lough Derg, photographed from the Lookout by James Sheary, Nenagh. 24km strolling and biking path between Ballina and Dromineer Revealed: Fri 26 Aug 2022, 2:27 PM Public session has opened on a plan to create a brand new strolling and biking path between Ballina and Dromineer. The proposed ‘Lough Derg Greenway’ is to be a 24km … Read More

Homes plan for Telford recycling centre blaze site

Smoke pouring from the location in Ketley. Picture: Sam Bagnall Will Wellings, proprietor of the previous Greenway Waste Recycling web site in Ketley, mentioned the intention is to promote the location for builders to construct housing. The premises was the main target of one of many county’s longest operating fires when firefighters battled a blaze involving greater than 50,000 tonnes … Read More