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Major grants schemes must be put in place by the incoming Government to help small and medium sized businesses and the hospitality sector enterprises “get back up and running”.
With many people now working from home and reliant on good broadband connectivity, and with the rollout of the National Broadband Plan stalled, the Government needs to show flexibility in implementing and enforcing broadband contracts.
It is “unacceptable” that almost 7,000 people are currently waiting for inpatient or outpatient treatment in Galway, and that the numbers waiting for orthopaedic surgery has shot up by one third - despite dropping in the rest of the State.
Childless couples and individuals with no sons or daughters should be able to leave their home to a niece or nephew “without being taxed to the hilt”, according to Independent Galway West TD, Noel Grealish.
A Galway TD has called on the local authority to grant planning permission to the proposed expansion and redevelopment of the Sportsground, and to give the city "another stadium of which it can be proud".
Some 2,500 adults and children in County Galway, who suffer from long-term incontinence problems, are being forced to pay higher bin charges for disposing of their adult nappies, a Galway TD has claimed.
The Galway City Council is being urged totreat as “urgent” projects which involve the provision of housing that was allocated funding under a Government regeneration scheme this week.
The problem of retaining personnel in the Defence Forces has “reached crisis point”, according to Galway West Independent TD Noel Grealish, who also alleged the root of the problem lay in the Department of Defence, and not within the army itself.
Scrapping VAT for first time buyers could slash "almost €40,000 off the price of a new house in Galway", and be a positive move to help young couples secure a home.
More than 500 homes across County Galway are left idle while their occupants are in nursing homes, but a Galway TD is calling for the rules to be changed so such houses can be rented to families caught in the accommodation crisis.