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Fine Gael held the selection conventions for the local elections for all three of the Galway City Wards last weekend in the Menlo Park Hotel Galway.
Fine Gael is tackling the cost of living for families with major investment in childcare and early education in Budget 2024, local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has stated.
Coláiste Éinde is a co-educational, voluntary secondary school situated on Threadneedle Road, Salthill. The school caters for boys and girls from First Year to Leaving Certificate, including an optional Transition Year programme.
The matter of medical card patients in Mayo being unable to access dental services in the county was raised in the Dail on Wednesday of this week by Mayo TD Alan Dillon, who told Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during Questions to An Taoiseach: "There is a staggering average in the county of over 5,500 patients per dentist awaiting treatment under the DTSS. Dentists are overwhelmed, patients are travelling abroad, and this is all a serious concern for medical card holders in Mayo."
While Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was in Mayo yesterday to perform the official opening of the new N5 Turlough-Westport route, Fáilte Ireland was also on the ground in Mayo this week, as it hosted two special workshops in Westport and Mulranny, aimed at developing a network of local experts working on the frontline in tourism and hospitality.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed confirmation from Westmeath County Council that the local authority is seeking for expressions of interest in funding for the upgrade of private roads under the Local Improvement Scheme.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has sought Dáil support to designate long Covid-19 as an occupational illness for frontline workers who contracted the virus due to their employment.
Over 4,056 people are in receipt of a disability payment from the Department of Social Protection because they were unable to return to work after their Covid Enhanced Illness Benefit payment ceased, it has been revealed following an analysis of welfare claims by local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.
Coláiste Éinde is a co-educational, voluntary, secondary school situated in Salthill. The school caters for boys and girls from first year to Leaving Certificate, including an optional transition year programme. For nearly a century, the school has helped students mature into young adults with a balance of skills, knowledge, experience, and values that enables them to enjoy fulfilling lives and rewarding careers. Operating under the patronage of the Bishop of Galway, today’s vibrant school community continues in this proud tradition of excellence in education.