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Mayo General Hospital is to be included in one of six new hospital groups being formed. The Castlebar facility will form part of a new hospital group in the west and northwest along with University Hospital Galway, Merlin Park, Sligo Regional Hospital, Letterkenny General Hospital, Portiuncula Hospital, and Roscommon County Hospital.
Network Mayo is hosting an evening with Women for Election on Thursday, May 23, in Áras an Chontae, The Mall, Castlebar.
Three Mayo women, Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh, Fianna Fáil local area representative for Westport Joan Geraghty and Fianna Fáil local area representative for Castlebar Lisa Chambers have attended Ireland’s first political campaign school EQUIP run by Women for Election in Athlone. The national organisation provides training and support to women from all backgrounds interested in a career in politics. Women for Election brought 20 women from various political parties and backgrounds from across Ireland to complete the three day residential programme.
Huge opposition to proposed changes to the administration of the LEADER programme which would threaten the future of local developmment companies was mounted in Mayo this week.
There has been mixed reaction locally to Budget 2013, which has delivered €3.5bn worth of cuts and taxes which will have an impact right across the board.
SIPTU home helps and their supporters from across the west of Ireland will march on Sunday, November 25, in Castlebar to protest against cuts to home help services. The workers will assemble in the church car park, Chapel Street, at 1.30pm and march to Market Square.
The revelation in the past week, by the EPA, that those who have not registered their septic tanks are those most likely to be inspected exposes the septic tank debacle as nothing more than a rural tax according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
Proposals to cut child benefit will push families further into poverty according to Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
A two day ASIST training course will be held in Ballycastle Community Hall on Wednesday and Thursday September 19 and 20.