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Calls for pyrite remediation schemes for Mayo following publication of report

Two Mayo senators have called on the Government to bring in a remediation scheme for homes in north Mayo that have been affected by pyrite. Both Sinn Féin senator Rose Conway-Walsh and Fine Gael senator Michelle Mulherin called for such a scheme to be put in place this week after the Expert Panel on Concrete Blocks published their report.

Divorce and separation mediation service

Galway Divorce & Separations have produced a six-page coloured brochure aimed at couples whose marriage has broken down and who wish to proceed with an express closure to their marriage by divorce or separation.

Mediator may be called in on Railway Field issue


Rent stand off has five houses vacant for eighteen months

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A stand off between Mayo County Council and a voluntary housing body in Claremorris which has seen five houses left vacant for a year and a half has been described as 'disgraceful' and 'unacceptable' this week.

Galway's one stop shop for divorce or separation

One stop shop for divorce or separation in weeks

Couples throughout the country whose marriages have broken down can divorce or separate through mediation saving several thousand euro on legal fees in the process. Galway Divorce and Separations is a new one-stop shop based at Unit 28 Orchard House, Glenrock Business Park, Ballybane, Galway, where couples can obtain a decree divorce or judicial separation in a few short weeks from the courts, and all without either or both spouses engaging solicitors or barristers to represent them.

Labour candidates calls for new, fairer rates system

A new mediation service between county business and the Galway County Council is needed to investigate a fairer method of charging rates.

NUIG researchers seek the child’s perspective for new study

NUI Galway researchers are seeking volunteers to help answer questions on how children and young people in Ireland experience and cope with the process of their parents’ separation and divorce and the subsequent changes to family life.

Low number of bank mediations ‘alarming’ says Higgins

The number of customers engaged in mediation with their banks is “alarmingly low”, given the number of complaints against the financial sector is on the rise.

CIPD Midlands to hold public event this November

The Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has announce details of an upcoming event; Workplace Investigations and the Role of Mediation in Conflict Intervention: A Case Study. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 6pm on Wednesday November 16.

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