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Taoiseach’s response to cross-border directive question a slap in the face to those I bring to Belfast for cataract procedures” – Lawless
Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, has hit out at Taoiseach Micheál Martin over remarks he made in the Dáil on Wednesday regarding the EU cross border directive.
The things we want to talk about this week are mostly the same as those of last week, because they keep re-occurring and they keep being interesting and demanding attention and discussion.
Could light rail be about to take a step closer to becoming a reality in Galway? Hopes were building among supporters this week following An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, saying the Government would not be opposed to carrying out a feasibility study on the issue.
Postmasters have urged a full return to weekly collection of all social protection payments at post offices.
Athlone Boat Club completed their rowing endeavours for the season with participation at a friendly regatta in Lough Rynn in recent times.
Now I know we’ve had two major plans, one the July Stimulus Package, but the plan I want to focus on today in this column is the plan for Education and the Roadmap to get it.
The Treaty of Limerick, October 3 1691, which was mainly a military success for the Irish/Jacobite army, was indecisive on its civil articles; and those which were agreed were soon ignored by a vengeful Protestant parliament.
The "delay in re-establishing" the bus and coach sector will have "serious consequences for our obligations under climate change legislation" and "implications for the tourist industry" in Galway.
Listening to Dr Ronan Glynn, who is the acting Chief Medical Officer, last week, he said “We are living in precarious times.” And indeed we are.
Ballina based Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has been appointed as the new Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine.