Weekly news from around the 32 counties of Ireland
(Source: The Wexford People)
While many are hailing the upgrade of sections of the N11 to motorway status, local farmers are furious now that agricultural machinery must take an alternative route. The changes which came into effect on August 28 means farm vehicles traveling under 50km/h must revert to going through town centers as they did in the past. Co. Wicklow IFA Chairman James Hill says the move in unacceptable and that local farmers are seeking an exemption to avoid blocking up main streets. Farmers in Co. Wicklow have been ignored by an arrogant National Roads Authority in relation to upgrades to the N11 dual carriageway which will see all agricultural machinery banned from it now it is a motorway. That's according to the chairperson of Co. Wicklow IFA James Hill who says the local farming community is less than impressed with the decision.
(Source: The Wicklow People)
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Apparently this gentleman has never read the four Gospels, or the Acts of the Apostles. There is a difference between local and corporate capitalism,Katherine Webb and the morbid depths of US sports 'journalism'
So you're not just an anti-American bigot but a racist too. How touching. And then you run around pointing fingers at others for being "haters.&qNelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning its arms during 2000 talks
Not sure what you're point is, WK.Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent says Immigrant Council
Curitiba, You state "The aforementioned countries are British countries in terms of common ancestry and culture and political boundaries between