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Changes introduced in the pupil-teacher-ratio for two, three and four teacher schools must be reversed as they have resulted in many rural schools losing a teacher.
Galway farmers are facing a cut of at least five per cent in the CAP budget in the next financial round of the payment, which runs from 2021 – 2027. However a leading Galway TD has warned the actual cut may be far higher.
The elected members of Mayo County Council refused a call to raise the Local Property Tax (LPT) by 15 per cent at the September meeting of Mayo County Council.
Solidarity TD Ruth Coppinger will address a public meeting in Galway centred on the repeal of the Eighth Amendment and the right of bodily autonomy for all women in Ireland.
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The official launch meeting of Solidarity - formerly known as the Anti-Austerity Alliance - takes place this evening at 8pm in the Western Hotel, Prospect Hill, with eh main speaker being Solidarity TD Ruth Coppinger.
The Irish Post an Irish diaspora newspaper based in the UK and Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton, Dublin have agreed a transaction in relation to certain business assets of Irish TV subject to approval of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission and the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources. Irish TV which had its headquarters in Westport was placed into liquidation late last year with the loss of over 20 jobs.
Described as “colourful, stimulating and provocative” one of Ireland’s leading economic commentators, David McWilliams will address attendees of MeetWest 2016 at the McWilliam Park Hotel Claremorris on Thursday November 24.
Some 600 new houses are set to be built in Galway on development land currently under NAMA control, but a local TD has demanded the organisation "step up its efforts" to dispose of more land it controls to "address the shortage of houses".