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Hello to the Mayo Advertiser readers.
Well, the selection convention season is in full swing.
Over recent weeks, despite the happy distraction of the St Patrick’s Day festivities and the Easter break, Insider has detected a sense of worry in people’s demeanour created by a largely unexpected development that has truly shaken them out of any complacency.
The Minister for Education and Co Kilkenny VEC have been restrained by the High Court from sacking a local school principal from her position at Kilkenny City Vocational School on the grounds she is unfit for office..
Connemara based TD Éamon Ó Cuív failed in his bid to become the eight leader of Fianna Fáil yesterday, despite speculation over a last minute surge in support.
It has been a watershed for the Government this week, we are leaking politicians like one of the burst pipes spurting water during the big thaw.
Ireland’s political landscape is about to enter a new era. Political change is coming fast, and at last the people of Ireland know when they can finally have their say on which political party or parties are best served to lead this country through these tough economic times.
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”.
A penguin sanctuary, which it is hoped will enhance the positive educational environment for visitors from home and abroad, will be a major part of the refurbishment plans for Galway Atlantiquaria, which has received nearly €700,000 in funding.
All Galway West TDs must work together to ensure that the new school for Claregalway can be opened in September 2011.