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Taoiseach’s response to cross-border directive question a slap in the face to those I bring to Belfast for cataract procedures” – Lawless
Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, has hit out at Taoiseach Micheál Martin over remarks he made in the Dáil on Wednesday regarding the EU cross border directive.
GMIT Mayo Innovation Hub will host an online event with WestBIC and Grant Thornton on Thursday, September 24 at 10am focusing on R&D supports and EU Funding for start-ups.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities
Sight loss charity, Fighting Blindness, is opening up their popular confidence building course, Living with Sight Loss, to visually impaired people living in Westmeath and across Ireland.
Ordinarily, at this time of year, there is a sense of renewal as politicians, with their batteries recharged, return to work and a new Dáil term begins.
Ireland is officially in recession. The CSO announced that GDP fell by just over six per cent in April, May, and June, the largest quarter on quarter fall ever recorded. This is also the second quarter in a row in which the Irish economy contracted which means we are now in a recession as a result of Covid-19.
Hands up all of you who remember the 1980s Save Galway Bay Group and what they were set up to do? If you thought it was the name for the latest pop sensation you are possibly a young Gossoon who would not be much interested in reading any further.
Referencing the public fallout pertaining to the hosting of the Oireachtas Golf Society gathering in Clifden last week, Longford-Westmeath Sinn Féin TD Sorca Clarke noted that the coalition Government “cannot provide clear guidance and leadership at a time when both attributes are much needed”.
The price of higher education is too high and needs to be lowered, that is the opinion of NUIG Students’ Union president Pádraic Toomey.
The best and the brightest, apparently, were at the golf get together. ‘Astute’, ‘shrewd’, ‘clever’ are words recipients of college degrees might use to describe the persons in attendance. ‘Wide’ and ‘slick’ are words you might hear in more working-class areas to describe the same people.