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PAC investigation to clarify €3.6bn find

Kilkenny Fianna Fail Deputy John McGuinness has pledged to thoroughly investigate the recent discovery of a €3.6billion euro ‘double count’ which saw a payment between State agencies being counted twice.

Greenway funding welcomed

Mayo County Council has welcomed the announcement by Minister of State, Deputy Michael Ring, of an investment of €1.8m in tourism infrastructure in the county. The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Councillor Austin Francis O'Malley, said: “This investment is most welcome and will link the Great Western Greenway with Castlebar and will spread the benefits of this most successful project.”

Stop the handover to Anglo bondholders, urges SF finance spokesperson

During a visit to Galway last weekend, Sinn Fein’s finance spokesperson, Pearse Doherty, called on the public to join the campaign to ‘Stop the Handover’ of billions of euros to Anglo bondholders.

Funding announced for Ballina Swimming Pool

A grant totalling €366,700 has been awarded to Ballina Swimming Pool to improve access for people with disabilities. This is part of a €5 million grant scheme announced this week by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring.

Marketing blitz may boost tourism trade

A new €9 million international tourism marketing initiative will reach a worldwide audience of 20 million people and should help to significantly boost visitor numbers to Kilkenny, according to Kilkenny Fine Gael deputy John Paul Phelan.

UHG’s poor rating in HSE league table indicates it is ‘leaderless’ and ‘unmanageable’

The chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum said this week he was not “shocked” to learn that University Hospital Galway has been rated the worst performing hospital in the country again.

Relocation grant hope for flood families

There could soon be “light at the end of the tunnel” for some of the Galway families worst affected by the devastating flooding of November 2009, according to Galway West TD Brian Walsh who has confirmed that a decision on a relocation grant, a life-line worth approximately €200,000 to each household, will be made before the end of this month.

Ring announces grant for Westport Leisure Centre

Minister for State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced grants to 19 swimming pools across Ireland to improve access for people with disabilities, as well as a Green Swimming Pool initiative to make the pools across Ireland more energy efficient and less reliant on State support. This includes a grant of €359,550 to Westport Leisure Centre.

Waiting times will be reduced says Nolan

A decision to move some non-critical functions from University Hospital Galway to other hospitals in the region this month will free up beds in wards at the city hospital and help reduce waiting times and overcrowding at its emergency department.

HSE must take swift action against consultants who broke agreements, urges Labour TD

A local TD is urging the HSE West to take swift action against the 70 hospital consultants - some of whom work at Galway University Hospitals - who were found to be in breach of their contractual agreements.

 

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