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Hoteliers urge Government to abolish departure tax

Kilkenny hoteliers have called on the Government to get rid of the €10 departure tax in order to reverse the disastrous decline in visitor numbers which continues unabated.

Local hoteliers welcome renewal implementation group

Kilkenny hoteliers today welcomed the setting up by Minister Hanafin of an industry-wide group to oversee and drive actions on measures to support tourism in Ireland.

Social welfare offices should provide more information

Westport Deputy Michael Ring has called on the Minister for Social and Family Affairs to ensure that all local social welfare offices can give the necessary information to their customers.

Unemployment figures not reflecting number of employers out of work

Employers who are out of work and who have had to lay off staff, have no recourse to any social welfare benefit and are not included in the Live Register figures, according to Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony.

Counselling grants approved for local organisations

A number of north Mayo based organisations are to benefit from funding under the Department of Social and Family Affairs Scheme of Grants for marriage, Child and Bereavement Counselling, according to Mayo FF TD Dara Calleary.

Carers and blind pay the price for fraud - McFadden

Speaking on the Social Welfare Pensions Bill which would implement the Budget cuts, Fine Gael Longford/Westmeath Senator, Nicky McFadden, said the most vulnerable people in Ireland have been forced to take the hit while the administration costs of running the State remain untouched and social welfare fraud is also left unchecked.


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