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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, today announced a new €500,000 initiative designed to raise awareness of the positive role played by Social Enterprises.
Local Sinn Féin spokesperson on Defence, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has backed calls for an independent inquiry into allegations of abuse in the Defence Forces.
Senator Ollie Crowe has this week called for regulations to restrict the capacity of short-term rentals.
Attempts to privatise Galway Local Employment Services need “to be fought in every town and county”, otherwise they will “lose their true value” in supporting “vulnerable people back into the workplace”.
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has welcomed the new Housing for All Government policy, the 130 page document which outlines Government’s plans to deliver increased level of housing and which runs until 2030.
Independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice has welcomed the recognition of turf cutters’ rights as part of this week’s announcement by the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, on the new standards for all domestic solid fuels.
Laptops worth almost €535,000 will be made available to higher-education students in Galway who would otherwise struggle to afford them as part of a government scheme to address “digital inequality” in the sector.
Dolan welcomes funding for social enterprises
As summer comes to an end, attention is turning to the new political season as the various party think-ins get underway with the return of the Dáil just around the corner.
The Housing For All plan is either a “path to achieving the supply we need to cater for all our people”, or a “continuation of the failed policy of relying on the private market”.