A novel proposal to turn cow manure into a gas to power a fleet of city buses has been unanimously supported by members of Kilkenny… Read More »Noonan’s proposal for City bus service run by cow manure is supported by Council
Speech to Green Party Convention 2016 Our towns and villages have historically been the anchors of a rural hinterland. For centuries they have been places… Read More »How heritage led regeneration can act as an economic driver for our towns and villages
Greens propose catchment management and sustainable land use planning approach to flood relief. Flood relief schemes for individual towns may not be effective, will take years… Read More »Greens propose catchment management and sustainable land use planning approach to flood relief.
Speaking following a public meeting in south Kilkenny last night, Kilkenny Green Party Councillor and Spokesperson for Environment, Community and Local Government, Malcolm Noonan said… Read More »Waterford Boundary Review has more to do with expediency than achieving efficiency – Green Party
Community Participation Proposals in Local Government Reform have merit but are meaningless without resources
Commenting further on Minister Hogan’s Local Government Reform Proposals announced yesterday, the Green Party welcomes the proposals to introduce plebiscites, town and area meetings, community… Read More »Community Participation Proposals in Local Government Reform have merit but are meaningless without resources
Following the decision by An Bord Pleanala to refuse planning for a major retail development at the former Mart site in Kilkenny City, Mayor Malcolm Noonan is calling
Hi The following is the full unedited text of my submission to the Oral Hearing into the Proposed Central Access Scheme (Inner Relief Road) for Kilkenny. The dust has well settled on it now and I feel quite proud of our group and our input into the hearing, regardless of the outcome. Its been a long campaign for me, over twelve years now! I'm just glad its out of the way…