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Mobility allowance cut to hit 160 people in Mayo - Calleary
Mayo Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has revealed that approximately 160 people with severe disabilities in Co Mayo will see a 20 per cent cut in State supports from July.
Ring is only Mayo TD with no investment properties or other ‘interests’
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Dep Michael Ring has no interests recorded on the Register of Members Interests of members of Dáil Éireann for the year 2012. The annual register of interests was released at the end of last month and lists the interests in, among other things, property and shares that the members of the Oireachtas have.
Kenny and Ring represent Ireland abroad this weekend
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister of State Michael Ring will be among the 19 Government emissaries representing the country abroad during the upcoming St Patrick’s Day celebrations. The Taoiseach will be travelling to the United States where he will have the traditional St Patrick’s Day meeting with President Barack Obama, he will also be meeting Vice President Joe Biden while in Washington DC, where he will also make a keynote address at George Washington University where he will receive the university’s Making Democracy Work Award.
FF leader praises Castlebar start-up for ingenuity and potential to create jobs
A start-up technology company based in Castlebar was featured at a major showcase of new companies with high growth potential in Dublin. Teqnoco Net Ltd was established by Stan Kuznetsvo, who lives in Castlebar.
Galway East - just who will survive?
Of the four Galway East TDs elected in 2011, one will not return to 32nd Dáil after the 2016 General Election, not because of the wrath of the electorate, but because the constituency has undergone yet another of its regular metamorphoses.
Future of Galway Port development hinges on policy wording says Walsh
The future of plans for the redevelopment of Galway Port depends on the wording of a ports policy statement due to be considered by the Cabinet in the coming weeks.
Naughten to raise transfer controversy with hospital management
Deputy Denis Naughten is to raise his concerns regarding the transfer of patients from Roscommon County Hospital to Cloverhill Private Nursing Home over last weekend when he meets with hospital management this morning [Friday].
Popular Fine Gael member celebrates his eightieth birthday
Popular Bofeenaun resident Davy Donoghue celebrated his 80th birthday at a surprise party which was hosted by his many friends in Leonard's, Lahardane, recently. Among the revellers were relations, friends, and members of Fine Gael. A life long member of that party, he is also an active and valued member of his community, and his endeavours are much appreciated by everyone who knows him. Davy received a special scroll to mark the occasion from An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, presented to him by Councillor Henry Kenny.
Finn calls on Government to reconsider Garda station closures
Independent Councillor Richard Finn has hit out at what he called ''the cynical, heartless, and counterproductive Government decision to close up to 100 Garda Stations”.
Austerity must be from the top down
The coming Budget on December 5 is proposed to be the most severe ever imposed on the Irish people and the effect it will have on Government services Insider can only imagine.