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It is the call every parent dreads; the words that tear lives apart forever; a tragedy that devastates entire families and communities. Thousands of people in Ireland have had their lives torn apart as the result of the loss of a loved one to suicide.
Criticising the opposition for continuing to “play politics with the SNA issue”, Fine Gael's spokesperson on social protection Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has called for parents of children with special needs to be the Government's central focus by providing specialised help and support.
Young people have a natural interest in using modern technologies such as internet and social networking sites like Facebook. These technologies can be very beneficial when used properly but there are some dangers too. This programme will highlight simple ways which will help to keep our children safe. The event will take place in the Mayo Education Centre, Westport Road, Castlebar on Tuesday September 27 from 7pm to 9pm. The event is free of charge. Further information from the Family Centre on 094 902 5900 or on www.thefamilycentre.com
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working and doing business in Ireland’s western region, has been shortlisted for a social media award. The awards, which celebrate the best of social media, are organised by Damien Mulley, one of Ireland’s leading authorities on social media. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges comprising a combination of industry experts and members of the public who have been selected as judges because of their interest and knowledge in online social networking.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s online guide to living, working, and doing business in Ireland’s Western Region, is in the running for a Social Media Award at tonight’s award ceremony. The campaign has been shortlisted in the Use Of Social Media By A State Body category.
The Special Olympics All Ireland Collection Day takes place on April 15 and as many people as possible are needed to volunteer to be collectors on the day.
The cap on special needs assistants (SNAs) and the withdrawal of the appeals system for parents where special needs assistant hours are cut or discontinued is simply unjust, said Marian Harkin MEP. Ms Harkin has called for SNA hours to be maintained throughout the primary education sector.
Sunday March 6 sees the opening of another new bar at Monroe's Live Music Venue. The Backstage Bar, located at the back of the venue's main stage upstairs, has a capacity of up to 180 people and will run a special Sunday Night Season.
For the first time in 15 years Scouts have returned to Foxford.
benefit from a new round of government funding, according to the Minister for Disability and Mental Health.