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Parents must not be made choose between childcare and work, says McNelis

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The Government must “step up and support” new parents who are being faced with an “unacceptable choice” between securing childcare and fully returning to work.

SIPTU Mayo District Council to host ‘Stop67’ seminar in Castlebar tonight

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SIPTU Mayo District Council will host a seminar on the Stop67 Campaign to prevent the increase of the state pension age, at 7pm. in Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar this evening Wednesday, February 26.

Galway public meeting on four day week

Fórsa trade union will host a public meeting about the campaign for a four day working week at the union’s Galway office at Sean Mulvoy Business Park next week on Thursday, November 28 from 7.30pm.

Call to revisit tax relief on pensions in Ireland

A report recently published by NUI Galway and launched by Deputy Kate O’Connell, Fine Gael TD, concludes that the Irish Pension System is not fit for purpose, calls for revisiting the tax relief provisions on pensions, and suggests policymakers need to begin to listen to what citizens want with respect to pensions.

Galway to host European BPW conference in May

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The International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW International) has chosen NUI Galway as the location for their 16th European conference, promoting women’s professional and leadership potential at all levels.

Galway For Life takes issue with taxpayer-funded Arts Centre’s stance on abortion

Galway For Life has taken issue with the Galway Arts Centre over its hosting of a Galway Pro-Choice event in the run up the abortion referendum.

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Talk on pension reform for women in Claremorris

Comediversity - difference is beautiful

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COMEDIVERSITY IS a diverse night of comedy which recognises that sometimes, for whatever reason, comedy lineups are seldom as diverse as they could possibly be.

Independent candidate Alice-Mary Higgins calls for “long-term thinking” in public policy

Ballot papers arrive for the NUl Seanad elections this week and independent candidate, Alice-Mary Higgins, has said she will draw on advocacy experience with Trocaire, Older & Bolder and the National Women’s Council of Ireland to bring “long term thinking into the heart of policy-making.”

Three new councillors to be co-opted

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Within the next two weeks, Galway will have three new councillors, with co-options on to the Galway city and county councils to take place following the election to the Dáil of councillors Catherine Connolly, Sean Canney, and Anne Rabbitte.

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