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The extension of the closing date for submission of appeal forms for 2012 Disadvantaged Area Scheme to August 31 gives some breathing space to farmers but does not defend this latest farming farce according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
Recent changes to the Warmer Homes Scheme means more households should now qualify to have their homes insulated free of charge according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
If you would like to find out more about Sinn Féin in Ballina come along to an information evening in The Broken Jug (back meeting room), Ballina at 8pm on Tuesday July 24.
The Government’s approach to the cut in rent allowance is ill thought out and has created a great deal of fear and anxiety among those in receipt of the payment.
Mayo Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh was elected to the Party’s Ard Chomhairle, National Executive at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis over last weekend.
A Sinn Féin public meeting in Ballina last week on the fiscal treaty was addressed by Michael Colreavey TD and councillors Rose Conway-Walsh (chair), Gerry Murray, and Therese Ruane.
Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has said households in Co Mayo and across the country should be given the option of getting approved water meters installed themselves, instead of paying the exorbitant fee of €800 over 20 years.
It is inexcusable that, with only two years left of the LEADER Programme, Gaeltacht areas are in the seventh month of waiting for a mechanism to distribute the funding, according to Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh. Cllr Conway-Walsh said the reply on the matter from Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan was totally inaequate.
The promissory note ‘deal’ announced by the government is no deal for Irish Citizens according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh. There will be no real benefit to ordinary citizens suffering under the weight of austerity and it will have no noticeably positive impact on the government’s budgetary position in 2012.
More than 200 people attended the public meeting in Erris to discuss the impact of education cuts on Monday evening last. The meeting was organised by a group of concerned parents and chaired by former Erris Person of the Year Tom Duffy.