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“A fiver here and a fiver there is not good enough for those waiting on lists and on trolleys. People want system change, not throwaway tax cuts.”
“As we emerge from the pandemic, it is important to recognise those whose jobs are not returning, and provide support to enable them to engage in training and education.”
A pandemic bonus should be paid to the State’s healthcare workers to “honour and recognise” the work they have done to slow the spread of Covid-19.
A new Bill coming before the Dáil this week has the potential to address three major issues of concern to Galway renters - security of tenure, affordable rents, and quality of rental accommodation - but only if it achieves cross party support.
Entertainment industry in Galway cannot remain suspended while thousands attend sporting events, says McNelis
It “beggars belief” that the arts and entertainment sector still has “no clarity” as to when it will be permitted to operate “on any sustainable scale”, while at the same time workers in that sector will see their income supports cut from September 7.
When a worker has an appointment to get their Covid vaccine, their employer must be accommodating, and allow them the time to attend that appointment.
Football plays "a vital role in our community", as it is the international game, and in that role it can "bring people together from all ages and walks of life and offers many opportunities".
Labour city councillor Niall Mc Nelis is to chair a public meeting online next week with party Spokesperson on Housing Senator Rebecca Moynihan and Karina Timothy from Threshold. It is to take place on Monday June 14 at 7pm on facebook.com/nmcnelisgalway
Setting hard targets on the phasing out of pandemic income and business supports is “a bad idea”, and the Government needs to adopt a more “flexible and long term stance”, rather than adopting “a hawkish and hard-line approach”.
Plans to transform the area around Galway Harbour will “have a radical impact on the future of the city” and residents must ensure their voices are heard on this issue.