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Councillor slams HSE for not spending €200,000 to keep nursing home open

A city councillor has hit out at the HSE West for what she terms its refusal to spend €200,000 on the refurbishment works necessary to keep St Francis Nursing Home in Upper Newcastle open.

Councillor slams HSE for not spending €200,000 to keep nursing home open

A city councillor has hit out at the HSE West for what she terms its refusal to spend €200,000 on the refurbishment works necessary to keep St Francis Nursing Home in Upper Newcastle open.

Ó Cuív takes over FÁS promising to align income support with work

Responsibility for FÁS was transferred this week from the Department of Education and Skills under Minister Mary Hanafin into the control of Éamon Ó Cuív Minister for Social Protection, who described the move as “an important step away from a passive model of income support to a proactive model which is clearly focused on progressing people to participation in the workforce”.

Social welfare fraud targets on schedule

Claims by Deputy Michael Ring that social welfare fraudsters are “having a field day” have been disputed.

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I wrote recently of the urgent need for competence in Government. Commercial competence gained through experience at the coalface is essential to successfully negotiate the current economic challenges. In any major public organisation the people at the helm are appointed on ability gained through experience of working at a high level in business.

Servisource keen to meet applicants for homecare posts

Servisource Healthcare Director Majella Hynes and Healthcare Co-Ordinator Eileen O’Donoghue recently met with Eamon O’Cuiv, Minister for Community, Rural & Gaeltacht Affairs, to discuss the requirements for staff in the Gaeltacht region, specifically in the Connemara area.

Servisource keen to meet applicants for homecare posts

Servisource Healthcare Director Majella Hynes and Healthcare Co-Ordinator Eileen O’Donoghue recently met with Eamon O’Cuiv, Minister for Community, Rural & Gaeltacht Affairs, to discuss the requirements for staff in the Gaeltacht region, specifically in the Connemara area.

‘Proud record’ of past five years of Westport Area Committee

As it was the last meeting of the Westport Area Committee before election time, town manager Peter Hynes said that it was important to look back at the proactive work achieved by the area committee during the last five years, and highlighted some momentous achievements such as the: Westport Environs Plan; the Aughagower sewerage scheme; the car park at Silverstrand; the Louisburgh Playshcool; beach management and beach bye-laws; navigational aids at Clew Bay; the improvement of piers in the county; tourism projects—walks, cycleways; housing projects in Aughagower and Cushlough; the redevelopment of the old station in Newport; the scheme in Kilmeena; the development and the improvement of housing and roads in the area.

 

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