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Sinn Féin Mayo TD Rose Conway-Walsh labelled it "unfair" that people who had their theory driving test cancelled due to lockdown are now being pushed to the back of the queue.
Sinn Féin Mayo TD Rose Conway-Walsh again calls on the government to do ‘everything possible’ to find a way to allow for safe visitation to nursing homes.
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."
At a time that should be the happiest in their lives enjoying their new babies, mothers who gave birth during the pandemic are left feeling uncared for and isolated.
Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Rose Conway-Walsh, this week said that in the midst of the current unprecedented economic crisis, where fishing restrictions are in place and markets have collapsed, fishing families must not be forgotten. She added she has very serious concerns that without financial support, the future of fishing is in peril.
Newly elected Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Rose Conway Walsh, has said that: "The planned cuts in healthcare services by the HSE that will decimate healthcare across the West are of massive concern to me. Recent data that I have received states that 153 primary care posts are to be left unfulfilled by the HSE in Galway and Mayo."
Sinn Féin Mayo senator Rose Conway-Walsh has said that much more detail and a time-frame is needed from the Department of Housing, Communities and Local Government regarding the remediation scheme for homes affected by Mica and Pyrite.
Mayo Sinn Féin Senator, Rose Conway-Walsh, has said that agency staff spending at Mayo University Hospital is out of control again for 2019 with €1.877 million spent in the first five months of the year.
Sinn Féin Senator Rose Conway-Walsh has criticised the practice of freezing the home support service - following waiting list data released to Sinn Féin showed that waiting lists grew by nearly 600 people between April and May to 6,819 people.
HAVING PUBLISHED his first collection with Salmon, Trevor Conway has taken the courageous decision to self-publish his second, Breeding Monsters, which, in every way, looks as good as the books currently emerging from any of the main Irish poetry publishers.