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Major investment in Greenways, Blueways and Walking Trails
Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development and Ms Orla Carroll, Director of Strategic Development with Fáilte Ireland today (Tuesday 8th of January) jointly announced the approval of almost €11 million in funding for 78 projects under Measure 2 of the 2018 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme… Continue reading.
The Community Enhancement Programme provides small grants to enhance facilities in communities throughout country
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Mr Michael Ring TD, has today confirmed that 3,000 projects have been allocated funding under his Department’s Community Enhancement Programme (CEP). Minister Ring allocated €12.5 million under the Programme in 2018 and is today announcing the details of the more than 3,000 projects which have received support through this funding… Continue reading.
Published 27 December 2018
The Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development, Seán Canney TD, today (Thursday, 27 December) reminded operators of Dog Breeding Establishments about the new Guidelines that come into effect on 1 January 2019.
By law, anyone that keeps six or more bitches, that are over six months old and capable of being used for breeding purposes, must register their premises as a Dog Breeding Establishment with their local authority… Continue reading.
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, today announced the provision of €1,410,000 and €180,000 respectively to St Vincent De Paul (SVP) and Protestant Aid.
This funding recognises the contribution of these organisations in fighting poverty through the provision of practical assistance to people in need across Ireland… Continue reading.