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O’Mahony concerned over large number of gardaí leaving the force in Mayo

Thirty gardaí have retired from the force in Mayo within the past 12 months, according to figures released to Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony. The vast majority of those who retired were rank and file gardaí who were serving in districts throughout the county, and Deputy O’Mahony has called on the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform to ensure that the vacancies at all levels in the force in the county be filled.

Learning how to bounce right back after these festive stresses

Developing resilience - the ability to bounce back from difficult experiences - is one of the keys to coping well with life’s stresses and adversities, according to the HSE West.

No National Plan for severe weather crisis says Hogan

Despite numerous attempts by Fine Gael's Environment Spokesman, Phil Hogan to obtain a copy of the national plan that was committed to by the National Emergency Planning Office several years ago to deal specifically with a severe weather crisis, the Department of the Environment confirmed that they did not have such a plan.

Council to phase out water rationing

There was long-awaited good news for Athlone’s residents in recent days, with the announcement that water rationing and overnight outages should be on the way out.

Council to phase out water rationing

There was long-awaited good news for Mullingar’s residents in recent days, with the announcement that water rationing and overnight outages should be on the way out.

 

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