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Record-breaking year for the Passport Service

As we the end of the 2022 approached, the final tally of passports issued realised a total of 1,080,000 which sets a new annual record for the Irish Passport Service.

New roadside drug testing system launched

Gardaí have rolled out a new roadside drug driving testing device, which they say can test for a greater range of drugs on the spot.

See Her Elected enjoys successful year assisting women in rural areas become county councillors

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See Her Elected, the award-winning Government funded programme to support women in rural constituencies to become county councillors has gone from strength to strength with over 500 women throughout Ireland signing up for free online workshops, events and resources over the past year.

Municipal District Mayor affords end of year thoughts to members at local authority meeting

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Addressing his fellow public representatives and council executive during the December meeting of Athlone-Moate Municipal District, District Mayor, Cllr Vinny McCormack, expressed his best Christmas wishes to those in attendance, also noting that the festive period can be a time for much sorrow and remembrance in households.

New passport office should open in the West to improve service for applicants – Kyne

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A new passport office should open in the West to process applications and help eliminate delays for service users, a Fine Gael Senator has said.

Spouse Inheritance Rights

My husband passed away recently. He made a will prior to his death and he left the farm to our son. The farm was in his name, but we farmed it together all our married life. Our home was also in his name and he left me with just a life interest in my home and after my death it will also pass to our son. I am very disappointed, and I feel ill-treated. I had assumed that he would leave all to me and I could then pass all to our son on my death. I am still quite young, and I am worried about having enough money to support myself going forward. My relationship with my son can be strained at times. Is there anything I can do?

Political pastures new as McCormack is elected Mayor of local Municipal District

Political pastures new await Fianna Fáil Councillor Vinny McCormack following his election as Mayor of Athlone-Moate Municipal District.

‘Disability and Older Persons’ information event to be hosted by Athlone Independent People with Disabilities branch on May 30

Independent People with Disabilities will host the annual 'Disability and Older Persons' information day in conjunction with the Disability Subgroup of Westmeath Community Development Ltd and Westmeath County Council on Monday, May 30.

Chambers calls on Dáil to pass Stalking bill without delay

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As the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person (Amendment) (Stalking) Bill 2021 has passed through the Seanad, Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers is calling on members of the Dáil to pass the bill without delay. Senator Chambers brought forward the legislation in July 2021 that sought to introduce an offence of Stalking into Irish law.

McDonnell - 'We cannot have two seasons going on'

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Mervue United’s Declan McDonnell is calling on the Football Association of Ireland to implement the same season for all competitions to assist young players and clubs.


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