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Calleary encourages Mayo students to enter Junior Inventor Competition

The Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary TD is encouraging primary level students in Mayo to enter the Junior Inventor Competition run by the Irish Patent’s Office.

Bannon and O’Rourke in top 10 big spenders

Longford/Westmeath TDs James Bannon and Mary O’Rourke have been named in the top 10 for Dail expenses, according to a report this week.

Calleary confirms new additions to NCT

A number of new measures are to be introduced to the National Car Test this year to further improve the quality of the service and the safety of vehicles on our roads, according to Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary.

Government may miss deadline for EU flood relief funds

Jim Higgins MEP for Ireland north west today urged the government to ensure it applies for funding from the EU Solidarity Fund before the January 27 deadline passes.

Mayo schools link with local companies to gain business edge

Five schools in County Mayo are twinning with locally based companies to give their students the business edge that will help them to develop their careers when they enter the workforce. That’s according to Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for Labour Affairs, Dara Calleary.

Bannon walk-out in protest at flood failure

Local Fine Gael TD James Bannon walked out of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Environment, Heritage & Local Government on Tuesday, in protest at the Government’s failure to set up a river Shannon authority to ensure that flooding will not devastate housing, farming, business, and tourism in the Midlands again.

€150k rent paid on Roscommon prefabs - Naughten

A total of €153, 216 has been paid out by Roscommon primary schools for the rental of prefabs in the last four years, according to local TD Denis Naughten.

Urgently needed roads funding a matter of life and death – O’Mahony

Mayo Fine Gael TD John O'Mahony has called on the Transport Minister Noel Dempsey and Environment Minister John Gormley to reverse their decision not to provide emergency funding to repair roads damaged by the recent bad weather. Deputy O’Mahony said the current state of the roads will cost lives if they are not repaired.

Voluntary organisations urged to apply for counselling services funding

The Minister for Social and Family Affairs, Mary Hanafin TD has urged voluntary organisations which provide family counselling services to apply now to the Family Support Agency for funding under their 2010 scheme of grants.

 

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