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Dep Colm Keaveney has written to the Taoiseach requesting an urgent recall of the Dáil to debate measures necessary to address the national flooding crisis.
The CEO of Galway County Council Kevin Kelly says it is unlikely that commercial aviation will take place at Carnmore Airport again. Discussions are currently ongoing over the future of the site and the deadline for the extension of the agreement between Galway City and County councils and Carnmore Aviation Limited passed earlier this week.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has described the emergency department of the west's biggest hospital as not fit for purpose and said staff there are working under "extraordinary conditions".
Chair of the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal District Fianna Fail Cllr Martina Kinane believes there is an onus on her to afford constituents of the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal District factual information regarding inadequate 2016 budget allocations for the area.
It has been labelled the worst news that Galway County Councill has received in a long time. Local representatives have expressed their disgust following an announcement by Council CEO Kevin Kelly that there will be a €750,000 reduction in the council’s rates income for 2016, which will adversely affect the local authority’s upcoming budget. The reduction is due to The Valuation Office reducing the value of a number of properties in the county used by utility companies, therefore reducing the rates bill of these companies.
Business people in the towns of Ballina, Ballycastle, Bonniconlon, Foxford, Crossmolina, Killala, and Swinford are being urged to take up the grant aid that is available to them to make improvements to their shop fronts under a recently adopted Traditional Facades Grant Scheme. The scheme was adopted by the members of the Ballina Municipal District at their October meeting on Wednesday this week.
Hospitals’ finance department targets tardy consultants who delay signing off private health insurance claims
Hospital consultants who fail to sign off private health insurance claims promptly are being “actively followed” by Saolta University Health Care Group’s finance department to ensure the cash strapped health service is not missing out on millions of euros in vital income.
One in 10 nurses hired by Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park) since January has returned from overseas.
A child with special needs who is waiting on an operation at University Hospital Galway has had it cancelled on a number of occasions.
Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has received confirmation from Irish Water this week that it has approved the replacement of the problematic water mains in the town centre of Ballina, which is an estimated €700,000 investment.