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Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance prices - be thankful we’re not as bad as the UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Insurance Prices – be thankful we’re not as bad as UK

The average cost of motor insurance rose during the last year but only slightly. It is up by three per cent and most of that is explained by the increase in the government levy on insurance from 3 per cent to 5 per cent One more way in which the taxman gets his pound of flesh from us.

Baby power

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Daniel O’Brien was so tiny when he was born that his father’s wedding ring could fit all the way up to his arm.

Back to the future with Michael D and Giovanni Trapattoni?

“We must seek to build together an active, inclusive citizenship; based on participation, equality, respect for all, and the flowering of creativity in all its forms. A confident people is our hope, a people at ease with itself, a people that grasps the deep meaning of the proverb; Ní neart go cur le chéile’ - our strength lies in our common weal - our social solidarity.”

Waiting lists for colonoscopies lengthen

St Luke’s Hospital in Kilkenny has not yet improved on its record for tackling the waiting list for colonoscopies following a litany of promises from hospital chiefs, HSE executives, and politicians.

St Luke’s to gain from signigicant government spend... we hope

I hate to be cynical. But one might not blame me for being a little bit unconvinced about the recent announcement that St Luke’s is to finally get the upgrade that it has been waiting for, for the past decade.

Connolly slams decision to centralise medical card office

A former vice chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum has described the decision to centralise the processing of medical card applications to a single location in Dublin as a “backward step”.

Some respite care to return to Athlone - Hogan

Councillor Paul Hogan is hopeful that some respite beds will be provided again for the people of Athlone.

All kinds of everything the same

 

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