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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.
Cllr Anne Phelan has spoken out about the issues surrounding mental health following the recent publication of a HSE report on suicide prevention.
The collapse of the Celtic Tiger and the focus on the disaster in Haiti has had an unexpected effect on the street children and orphans of Africa. An inability to access help and funding is crippling the efforts of orphanages and rehabilitation centres to help some of Africa’s most vulnerable children.
Carlow’s children are at risk of befriending porn-workers soliciting online.
We all know that social networking online is on the rise, due to the fact that the divorce rate is on the increase here in Ireland. People are finding themselves single again and back on the social scene.
Labour TD Willie Penrose has spoken out strongly against this week’s decision by Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe to cut special needs teacher support in over 100 schools, saying it is “a clear indication that vulnerable children are to be the next target of this callous government”.
Youthlinks is a youth network which aims to promote interaction among youth organisations in the Westport, Newport, and Louisburgh area.
St Canices’ National School, Granges Road, is to receive Government funding for the provision of two new classrooms according to Deputy John McGuinness.