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Major funding afforded to Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme

RONAN FAGAN

Number of children in Direct Provision dangerously high, says Rabbitte

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BY DECLAN VARLEY

Imperative that flood works plans are not drowned in a sea of continuous reports — Murphy

Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy has welcomed the recent announcement by the Minister of State Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran in relation to alleviating the risk of flooding in the River Shannon region. However he noted that it was imperative that such works proceed as quickly as possible as the time for continuous reports had come to an end.

Rabbitte demands restoration of funding for family resource centres

The Government must restore Tusla funding for family resource centres to pre-2011 levels as such centres “offering some of the most powerful tools we have in overcoming childhood poverty and deprivation”.

Ó Cuív hits out at Bank of Ireland service downgrades

Dep Éamon Ó Cuív has this week hit out Bank of Ireland’s decision to withdraw key services from branches across the country, describing the move as “a huge insult to rural residents”.

Basking in May and polling in France

What a wonderful, wonderful May we are having – let me correct that, what a wonderful first week of May we are having.

Leader projects still waiting on funding more than three years after programme launch

Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Regional, Rural, Gaeltacht, and Island Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív has described the new Leader programme as an absolute shambles and a bureaucratic nightmare.

Volkswagen owners left high and dry by Government - Troy

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Deputy Robert Troy, has criticised the Government for failing to take action in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.

Ó Cuív tels Govt to reverse downgrade of Galway Port

The classification of Galway Port as a port of regional significance and not a national port able to claim European funding, must be reversed immediately as it leaves the majority of the west coast without a port of national significance.

Ó Cuív tells Govt to reverse downgrade of Galway Port

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The classification of Galway Port as a port of regional significance and not a national port able to claim European funding, must be reversed immediately as it leaves the majority of the west coast without a port of national significance.

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