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Details of targeted voluntary redundancy scheme in public sector announced

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has updated his colleagues regarding the introduction of a voluntary redundancy scheme in targeted sections of the public service.

There is not much more we can take

There was always going to be a sucker punch for most of us on Wednesday, when Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin did their double act in the Dáil. But unlike Vaudeville double acts of Abbot and Costelloe, Burns and Allen, or later comedy double acts like Fry and Laurie, no-one was looking forward to Wednesday afternoon’s matinée showing in the Dáil chamber.

Post-Olympic glow begins to diminish in the corridors of power as pressure mounts

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After the political holiday season – where events such as the London Olympics provided a welcome diversion from all things political and economic – the onset of autumn and the return of the Dáil has brought us all crashing back to reality.

Outer bypass to be included in new stimulus package

The Galway City Outer Bypass has been included in a shortlist of five roads projects to be progressed under a new economic stimulus package currently being negotiated by the Government.

Minister Howlin highlights EU regional funding success

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin highlighted that EU regional funding “has been one of the success stories of Europe” in his address to a joint meeting of the Border, Midland and Western (BMW) and the Southern and Eastern (S&E) regional assemblies in Portlaoise on Friday June 22.

Sick leave entitlement viewed as ‘a right by public sector’ — Conneely

Absenteeism in the public sector is viewed by a minority as an ‘entitlement’ and used by some to take a holiday from work, according to the chairman of HSE West, Cllr Padraig Conneely.

Sick leave entitlement viewed as ‘a right by public sector’ — Conneely

Absenteeism in the public sector is viewed by a minority as an ‘entitlement’ and used by some to take a holiday from work, according to the chairman of HSE West, Cllr Padraig Conneely.

Sale of State assets must not jeopardise jobs, says Senator Higgins

The proposed sale of State assets must not be at the expense of job losses, Senator Lorraine Higgins has warned this week.

Security tightened as Labour gets set for stormy reception at conference

Labour will not be allowed enjoy celebrating its centenary when the party holds its 65th convention in Galway this weekend, as the event is set to attract protests from far left groups, rural communities, peace groups, the unemployed, and health campaigners.

Imní faoi scoileanna beaga Gaeltachta

Tá tréimhse dhúshlánach roimh phobal na Gaeltachta más mian leo cosaint a dhéanamh ar an gcóras oideachais ar an mbunléibheáil. Tá an ghéarchéim nua ag eascair as cinneadh an tAire Brendan Howlin, mar chuid den cháinfhaisnéis.

 

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