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Pool costs concern councillors

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The cost of using the new swimming pool in Castlebar is causing serious concern to members of the public according to a number of councillors.

Budget overrun of National Children’s Hospital requires accountability

Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed immense dissatisfaction with the manner in which the Government and in particular, public representative, Minister Simon Harris, is proceeding with his health brief.

Consumers forced to borrow to meet costs of household bills

Consumers are being forced to borrow just to meet the cost of their essential household bills, according to new research from Switcher.ie, the independent price comparison and switching service.

Putting a price on life

How much is a human life worth? It is a question that you often hear asked rhetorically in support of one cause or another and it is almost impossible to answer. But if you are the one who has to decide how limited resources are spent it is a question that you have to have a stab at.

Putting a price on life

How much is a human life worth? It is a question that you often hear asked rhetorically in support of one cause or another and it is almost impossible to answer. But if you are the one who has to decide how limited resources are spent it is a question that you have to have a stab at.

Putting a price on life

How much is a human life worth? It is a question that you often hear asked rhetorically in support of one cause or another and it is almost impossible to answer. But if you are the one who has to decide how limited resources are spent it is a question that you have to have a stab at.

Waste not want not — that’s what Mammy used to say, Brian

There is an atmosphere of fear and trepidation in the air following the news last week that we are to pay over €30bn to bail out Anglo Irish Bank and that is because it means one thing — an even worse budget than was already planned.

Migrants’ rights info

Mayo Intercultural Action will hold an informal information session on Migrants' Rights and Entitlements on Tuesday March 2 from 11am to 1pm.

Foxford man has ‘first class honours’ in benefit fraud

A man in his late fifties who obtained a total of over €28,000 in benefits from the state after he claimed that he was not working was convicted and fined at Foxford District Court after it came to light that the man had in fact been working on a part-time basis.

Will you be financially ready to send your children to college?

Have you thought about how much it is going to cost to send your children to college? You may think it’s too early to start considering this, but when you realise the costs involved, it is something you should start planning for now.

 

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