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Summer camp to spring a hive of activity at Buccaneers RFC

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Cannon welcomes investment in Galway recreation facilities

Work Life Bill shows Government are out of touch, says councillor

A Galway councillor says says the Government’s Work Life Bill will fall short of meeting the very clear demand for a greater work life balance in this country.

Council await formal CCTV legislation to detect and prevent illegal dumping

Westmeath County Council has confirmed that it intends to proceed with the use of CCTV imagery for the purpose of detecting and preventing illegal dumping once legislation is formally enacted.

Remote and flexible working is ‘key to revitalisation of west of Ireland’, says McNelis

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Employees in Galway want the right to flexible work and a right to flexible work is “key to the revitalisation” of the city, the county, and the west of Ireland as a whole.

McNelis calls for full ban on gambling ads

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The “huge and incessant bombardment” of gambling advertisements during the recent Cheltenham races has “reiterated the need” for a full ban on such ads.

Excavations at Tuam Mother and Baby Home site could last until 2025

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Excavations to recover and identify the remains of children at the site of the former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam could continue until early 2025 after they commence at the end of this year.

Chambers calls on Dáil to pass Stalking bill without delay

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As the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person (Amendment) (Stalking) Bill 2021 has passed through the Seanad, Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers is calling on members of the Dáil to pass the bill without delay. Senator Chambers brought forward the legislation in July 2021 that sought to introduce an offence of Stalking into Irish law.

Larkin welcomes use of CCTV to tackle illegal dumping

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Local authorities in the State are to be given new powers to tackle illegal dumping using CCTV, drones, and number plate recognition technology.

Greater flexibility with employees can change the way we live and work

It is hard to believe that we are just five or six weeks short of the second anniversary of when the vast majority of the country's employees were sent home and instructed to carry out their duties from their kitchen. This was often done through poor broadband with little notice. It was done at a time when employees had to share this poor broadband with schoolchildren who had been evacuated from their classrooms and forced to learn instead at the kitchen table.


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