Crime and greater isolation of rural problems – a survey

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Crime and isolation have been identified as the greatest challenges facing rural Ireland in recent macra Feirme survey on.

A quarter of members surveyed identified rural crime as the biggest problem faced by the community, while for 20pcs members were in rural areas.

Depopulation is also a major concern, along with access to key local services. Answering the question of essential rural services such as post office, 45pc of surveyed participants admitted that they only used their local post office a couple of times a year.

The results of the survey were highlighted at the annual macra know Your initiative campaigns neighbor community.

Every year macra NA Feirme encourages its clubs to create events know Your neighbors in their area and encourage everyone in the area to visit.

Speaking at the opening, President of macra James Healy said: “If you live in a sparsely populated region or city, it is important to have a relationship with those who live around you. Our recent survey showed that 96pc of macra Feirme respondents know who their neighbours are, at least, which shows, in my opinion, it is campaigns such as this have impact.”

If you want to hold a know Your neighbour event, simply download the poster know Your neighbor from makr.t. E./downloading and email jcoffey@macra.ie with detailed information about your event will be published on the website of the macra Feirme.

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farmers living along the border Donegal has asked to check outhouses and sheds for a missing 26-year-old man.

Crumlish Martin was last seen on the way to the village of Carrigans from their home in Derry 4 Aug.

He is described as 6ft 1in, of slim build with brown hair and in a coat and tracksuit bottoms. It has not been in contact with his family since he disappeared.

SPSI in Derry liaises with the police in Donegal in search of Mr. Crumlish. He also appealed to the people to check out footage from the dashcams they can have in their cars and who can show him.

In particular, he is looking for staff in the field Foyle road/Letterkenny road on Wednesday, August 8, between 11 am and 5 PM.

The family of a young man, of the following gardens, Derry, said his disappearance was “very typical”.

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