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Significant increase in County Westmeath homelessness before eviction ban lifted – Clarke
Local Sinn Féin Deputy Sorca Clarke has called on the Government to immediately reinstate the ban on no fault evictions’ to protect people in Westmeath at risk of homelessness.
Motion to bring health professionals home and end crisis driving them abroad – Clarke
Local Sinn Féin constituency representative, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has called on her Dáil Éireann colleagues to back the party’s motion to stop nurses and midwives being forced to emigrate due to the cost of living and housing crises.
A letter to Taoiseach Micheál Martin
The boy from the Jes, who became the voice of Germany
The late Billy Naughton, College Road, said he spluttered into his cup of tea, when he instantly recognised the upper-class, nasal drawl, of William Joyce reporting continuous Nazi victories on Radio Hamburg, Reichsrundfunk, during its English-language broadcast in October 1939. He was ridiculed as ‘Lord Haw-Haw’ and was the butt of Musical Hall jokes, yet he was listened to and despised for his clever mix of fact and lies.
Shaping our places — Architecture At The Edge is back
How we relate to our built environment in a social, political and cultural context will be exploited in the sixth annual Architecture at the Edge (AATE) Festival which returns for its sixth edition from October 1-9.
Hundreds attend public meeting on survival of RSS and Tús schemes in Castlebar
More than 500 people attended a SIPTU organised public meeting on the need to protect the operation of Rural Social Scheme (RSS) and Tús projects, in the Travellers Friend Hotel in Castlebar, on Monday night.
Customers suffering from private coach row, says Farrell
The ongoing dispute between Galway Coach Station management and bus operators, which has led to coaches using the road outside the coach station to pick up and drop off passengers has been criticised by Sinn Féin TD Mairead Farrell.
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More than 5,000 children waiting for dental appointments in Galway
A total of 5,635 children in Galway are waiting for routine dental appointments, a situation described as “unacceptable” by a Galway West TD.