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Women’s need for flexible working arrangements must be seen as ‘reality’, not ‘weakness’ by employers, says O’Reilly

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Women working in low paid jobs in Ireland are likely to earn 14 per cent less than men doing the same work, but one Galway senator is hopeful this situation can begin to be changed.

O’Reilly welcomes €17.3m package to help Ireland’s road network become more climate resilient

Galway is to receive €1.2m of a €17.3m climate adaptation investment programme for regional and local roads.

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Galway to benefit from Summer of Play initiative, says O’Reilly

O’Reilly invokes Elvis Presley during Seanad Housing debate

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Elvis Presley was invoked by Green Party Galway senator Pauline O’Reilly in the Seanad, when she described the controversial Affordable Housing Bill 2021 as requiring “a little less conversation, a little more action please”.

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Gardai probe county break-ins

Senator ponders, ‘If birds could vote, would policies in Ireland have been different?’

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In Aristophanes’ play The Birds, two old men on the run from Athens and its laws, convince the local bird population to set up a city in the sky which will not only challenge the power of the Greek capital, but the power of the gods themselves.

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Four Galway city beaches water quality deemed safe for swimming

16-year-olds should get the vote, says O'Reilly

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The right to vote should be extended to 16-year-olds in the Republic of Ireland, according to Green Party senator, Pauline O’Reilly.

Half the students who left school for homeschooling did it because of bullying, says O’Reilly

Half the students who left school and opted for homeschooling did it because they werte being bullied, according to Galway-based senator Pauline O’Reilly.

‘Opportunity’ or ‘disaster’? Climate Bill divides Galway politicians

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A “once in a lifetime opportunity for Ireland” or a “disaster” which “goes against science”? Sharp differences have emerged among Galway politicians following the publication of the Government’s Climate Action Bill.

 

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