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Decision to suspend review of maternity services welcomed

Deputy Denis Naughten has welcomed the announcement by the West Northwest Hospitals Group to suspend its controversial review of maternity services in the region.

Maternity report “must be scrapped”

 

St Brigid’s campaigners continue fight as Seanad motion defeated

Campaign groups have vowed to continue their fight to maintain psychiatric beds at St Brigid’s Hospital in Ballinasloe, after a motion aimed at saving the 22-bed psychiatric unit was defeated in the Seanad on Wednesday.

Suspend charges until water is safe to drink

Two Roscommon councillors are calling for water charges to be suspended for businesses in areas of the county where water is unsafe for consumption.

Air ambulance to be extended until March

The air ambulance service based in Custume Barracks, Athlone is to be extended until March, pending a decision on its long-term future.

Healy-Eames to battle FG attempts to throw her out of the party

Efforts are under way to expel controversial senator Fidelma Healy-Eames from Fine Gael and force her to hand over her membership card — however the Galwegian could become a symbol for tensions within the party over the current leadership.

Local businesses should use online tool to access public sector contract pool

Denis Naughten TD has welcomed a new technology business that will help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) win a greater share of public sector contracts worth €12 billion. He said that the opportunities were huge for local SMEs to win a far greater share of public sector tenders.

Naughten bill to provide information on sex offenders

Local TD Denis Naughten is proposing a bill in the Dáil this morning [Friday], which if passed would allow information on sex offenders to be made available to the parents of children and vulnerable adults who may be at risk.

Ballinasloe locals to protest at bed closures

Members of the local community in Ballinasloe are to stage marches both in Ballinasloe and at Leinster House to protest at the closure of a psychiatric unit in St Brigid’s Hospital.

Ballinasloe acute psychiatric unit to close by end of year

The HSE has denied it is “fast-tracking” the closure of a psychiatric unit in Ballinasloe, but accepted it would be closed by the end of the year as part of its policy of re-integrating patients back to society from such institutions.

 

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