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Unregistered gas installations may cause insurance difficulties

Homeowners in Westmeath who have had any work done on their gas fires or boilers by unregistered fitters since their last renewal have been asked to check if their insurers will still honour future claims.

Town mayor ‘accusing HSE of telling lies’

Newly elected Mayor of Castlebar, Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne, has accused the Health Service Executive of “telling lies” in relation to a vast reduction in hours being allocated for cleaning services at Mayo General Hospital. According to Cllr Kilcoyne, who is also the vice chairman of the Consumer Association of Ireland, he has been contacted by ISS contract cleaning staff at the hospital who have been informed that their hours are to be cut by 12.5 per cent; some 72 hours in total a week. After the HSE refuted these allegations, Cllr Kilcoyne is calling on the health authority to “be honest”.

‘We’re not arrogant, disrespectful, greedy, uncompetitive,’ say Galway’s motor dealers

Galway motor dealers are furious over what they claim is a seriously unportrayal of their profession in the local media last week.

Fuel Watch initiative to drive greater competition at the pumps!

The Consumer Association of Ireland has proposed a three point action plan to Government to assist motorists who have been hit hard by high and sustained petrol and diesel prices in recent months.


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