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Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has highlighted the loneliness of elderly people in residential and nursing homes, who are unable to see their families during Covid-19 restrictions.
Mayo saw off Tyrone with ease in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday afternoon to set up a winner takes all clash with Armagh next weekend for a place in the Ladies Gaelic football Association All Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-finals.
Sinn Féin Mayo TD, Rose Conway-Walsh - following her questioning of experts in the Covid-19 Committee this week - said: "Keeping Covid-19 out of nursing homes has to be a priority for Government. Control measures are essential and preventing transmission to patients is paramount."
Conway-Walsh raises serious concerns about Belmullet Hospital and withdrawal of Erris Health Services
Is Covid being used as an excuse for the Government to shut down health services in Mayo and other rural communities? That was the question raised in the Dáil this week by Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh.
Connacht Rugby concluded the 2019/20 season having achieved their primary ambition to retain Champions Cup status.
‘Telling the Real Story’, a research project carried out by Sinn Féin during the month of August, sought to capture the current challenges experienced by third-level students and their families.
Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Teachta Dála Rose Conway-Walsh, has this week called for the new government to re-establish a once-off grant in cooperation with Age Action Ireland and the Irish Red Cross, to assist vulnerable elderly people during the pandemic.
Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has called on all TDs in Mayo to back Sinn Féin’s drive to reform the childcare sector to be fairer for parents, staff and providers, by supporting the motion, published this week, compelling the Government to enact these long overdue reforms.
Mitchell Henry’s final days in Kylemore were sad ones. His adored wife Margaret had died at 45 years-of-age, and rested in a simple brick mausoleum in the grounds of his palatial Kylemore Castle. His political life, into which he put a great deal of personal effort, advocating on behalf of all Irish tenants the rights for them to own their own land, was out manoeuvred by Charles Stewart Parnell and the Land League. Henry described the Land League methods as ‘dishonest, demoralising and unChristian’. He probably was not surprised to lose his Galway seat in the general election of 1885. He blamed ‘Parnellite intimidation’.
As soon as the early boxes were opened at the Mayo General Election count at the TF Royal Theatre last Sunday in Castlebar, it was clear there was about to be a big change in the political landscape in Mayo.