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Mayo Aontú rep speaks out for Fire Fighters in Strike Action

Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, has spoken out to support the current strike action by fire fighters around Ireland, stating: “Retained firefighters are invaluable to our communities but are underpaid and overworked. Without their service, there would be devastating impacts on the safety of local towns and villages.

Energy Supports for Rural Businesses must be delivered

Mayo Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway-Walsh has criticised the government for still having no supports in place for rural businesses excluded from the Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS).

Sinn Féin announce motion to scrap planned road toll price hikes – Sorca Clarke

Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, gas called upon her fellow public representatives to support the party’s Dáil motion to scrap planned toll road price hikes.

Cruise welcomes water main replacement works in Foxford

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Fine Gael councillor Neil Cruise has welcomed the commencement of works on the replacement of cast iron water mains in two locations in Foxford this week.

Éirí for a musical odyssey

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TWO CONCERTS will take place in Galway this year - one is themed around journeys, the other around transformation, and both come under the overall theme of Éirí - arise.

Local Fianna Fail Minister of State welcomes cost saving CCPC money tools campaign

Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Troy, has welcomed the CCPC Money Tools campaign which aims to provide consumers with crucial information on how to compare and switch various financial services including mortgages, current accounts and credit cards.

Dillon highlights mental health grants worth up to €30,000

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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has highlighted that the application portal is now open for the Mental Health Grants for Community & Voluntary Agencies 2022. This is a fund worth €1million to be distributed in partnership with Mental Health Ireland. The purpose of the fund is to support the work of a number of smaller local groups who deliver vital mental health services across the country. The grants awarded will be between €5,000 and €30,000. Deputy Dillon said: "The opening of this funding to applications is part of the €10 million, once-off, additional allocation for mental health announced as part of Budget 2022. This is in line with the Government’s commitment to further enhance the experiences of people using mental health services and supports. The €1 million fund allocated for the Mental Health Grants for Community & Voluntary Agencies 2022 is critical to ensure the benefits of this funding is felt locally. It will provide once-off grants ranging from €5,000 to €30,000. The funding is designed to encourage and support local voluntary groups to respond to the particular mental health needs of their local areas. There are a range of projects which are eligible for this funding, but they must align to the four domains of Sharing the Vision or seven goals of Connecting for Life. More details on the domains and goals along with project eligibility and the application process can be found on the website of Mental Health Ireland. With a funding pot of €1million and once-off grants ranging from €5,000 to €30,000, I would strongly encourage local organisations around Mayo to consider making an application as soon as possible." For more information, please see:

Local Sinn Féin Deputy implores support for rural communities motion

Constituent Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has called on her fellow public representatives to support her party’s motion in the Dáil to stand up for rural communities and ensure they receive fair and balanced investment from government.

Local Sinn Féin Deputy calls for Defence Forces abuse allegations inquiry

Local Sinn Féin spokesperson on Defence, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has backed calls for an independent inquiry into allegations of abuse in the Defence Forces.

Tricolour should be presented art all funerals of Defence Force members, says Crowe

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When a former member of the Defence Forces dies, the family should be presented with the Tricolour at their funeral, the same as at funerals of Irish soldiers killed on duty.


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