Author: William Morrell

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Kerry PPN Newsletter Issue 10  26/2/21
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Sustainable Water Network Newsletter  Feb 21

Sustainable Water Network Newsletter Feb 21

Dear readers, This month we bring plenty of water policy updates: progress on the Water Environment (Abstractions) Bill; the long awaited MPA Advisory Group report; action you can take to support a call for reform of an archaic law damaging our rivers; along with lots of public consultations, water events and water news. Take care, The SWAN … Continued

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Kerry PPN Newsletter Issue 9

Kerry PPN Newsletter Issue 9

  INFORMATION SHARING – The Kerry Mental Health Association website relating to a recent survey of Leaving Certificate Students in Kerry. https://www.mentalhealthireland.ie   LEAVING Certificate students in Kerry have said that Covid-19 has had a negative impact on their mental health, while increased competition for 3rd Level places in 2021 is causing the most worry.   … Continued

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Upcoming S.P.C’s

The following S.P.C.’s are upcoming   Economic Development Enterprise Tourism & Community 24th February   Environment ,Climate Change , and Emergency Planning 26th February   If any PPN Group has any item they would like the PPN Rep to raise at these SPC’s please inform our Development Officer. ctoal@kerrycoco.ie as soon as possible

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Minister of State address 26/1/21

Minister of State address 26/1/21

Note :  See highlighted area   Launch of SJI research on PPN participation –  (Minister of State Joe O’Brien) 26 January 2021 I’d like to start by thanking Social Justice Ireland for the work they have put into this report. I’d also like to extend my thanks to the PPN stakeholders who responded to the … Continued

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Corona Virus Update Kerry

Brazilian COVID variant

Dear All   You will be aware of the newly reported Brazilian variant of COVID.   By way of maximising the communication with people who may have travelled from Brazil in recent weeks, we are requesting Departments to reach out to their agencies and other organisations with which their sectors interact, including through local channels, … Continued

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Tidy Towns News Letter 1/2021
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IBAL Results

It was great to see how well Kerry has done in the Irish Businesses Against Litter survey. Considering everything has happened in 2020 its wonderful to see all the work that’s been  done. Even though the normal groups were not allowed during the pandemic it is obvious that  people have continued to do their best … Continued

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Delivering Deliberative Democracy Research Report