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End for abuse victims redress claims

Anyone in Kilkenny who was abused as a result of spending time in a residential institution as a child should submit their claims for compensation before the September deadline that was set this week, according to Labour deputy Ann Phelan.

Questions over closure of Roscommon A&E

It has emerged that the closure of A&E services at Roscommon Hospital, due to take place this Monday, is likely to be postponed.

Positive vibes from Castlecomer business launch

Positivity filled the air with some 40 businesses attending the official launch of Castlecomer Business Association at Ballycomey on Friday evening.

Government TDs urged to put pressure on Health Minister to keep St Francis’ nursing home open

A local city councillor is urging Government TDs and the chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum to put pressure on the Minister for Health to keep a city public nursing home open.

Ballina TD extends support to anyone contemplating suicide

“There is a terrible sense of isolation in rural Ireland, especially in Connacht, and this is reflected in the high rates of people taking their own lives which is now compounded by the added stress and despair caused by the recession we are in.”

Garda Commissioner praises 'professional' work of Corrib policing

The Garda Commissioner, Martin Callinan, has praised the work of gardaí in Mayo who police the Corrib Gas project, where he said over the years they have been doing their job “professionally”.

New Labour councillor elected

Kilkenny County Council received a new member at this month’s meeting.

Hogan elevation is ‘richly deserved and well earned’

Members of Fine Gael in Kilkenny have expressed their ‘sincere joy and pride’ at the appointment of Phil Hogan as Minister for the Environment and Local Government.

Phelan — It’s hard to say good-bye

It was with mixed emotions that Labour Deputy Ann Phelan left the council chambers for the last time this week, as she made her way towards pastures new in Dail Eireann.

Three substitute councillors enter the fray in County Hall

Three new councillors received a joyous welcome at County Hall on Friday as they filled vacancies left by successful Dáil candidates.

 

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