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  • North West nursing unions say talks can now start to identify supports needed
  • The EPA  says sewerage treatment plant in Tubbercurry is responsible for an increase in pollution to the local river
  • Fresh calls made to amend the rate system for local businesses
  • McEniff acts on Bundoran public lighting problem
  • Reopening of Western Rail Corridor discussed by Oireachtas Committee today
  • Sod turned on new extension at Summerhill College
  • Progress on new “technological university” plans for Sligo IT
  • Calls for Ballymote Garda station to be converted to tourism hub
  • Comiskey welcomes funding for Sligo festivals
  • Nursing and Midwifery Board restore €100 annual fee
  • Meetings on CAP take place in Donegal and Fermanagh
  • Major “shop local” awareness campaign in Sligo this March
  • Sligo and Leitrim Councillors hit out at lack of roads funding
  • Witness says Dwyer spoke of travelling to US to rape and kill her
  • Donegal action cancer care calls for Varadkar commitments in writing
  • EPA urged to investigate quality of water in the region