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The Government is not capable of dealing with the challenge of Climate Change

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Following the recent announcement of the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, there was a flurry of press releases from councillors and senators, vying to have their names associated with this data.

New site identified for St Teresa’s Special School in Ballinasloe

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Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed confirmation that a site has been identified and secured at Parkmore, Creagh, for the development of new permanent accommodation for the staff and students of St Teresa’s Special School in Ballinasloe.

By-election loss a jolt for Fianna Fáil as fully vaccinated prepare to avail of indoor dining

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Lack of action on Emergency Department upgrade ‘shocking and unacceptable’

‘Depressing’, ‘unacceptable’ - anger grows as further delays plague new emergency department at UHG

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“Depressing”, “shocking”, and “unacceptable” are how Galway politicians have described the revelation that no date has been set for the lodging of a planning application for the new emergency department at UHG.

O’Reilly slams outdated policy to increase solar panel installations on public buildings

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The Green Party brought a bill to the Seanad on Tuesday seeking to amend planning and development regulations to remove planning restrictions and allow the installation of solar panels on public buildings, including schools, without planning permission.

O’Reilly warns of ‘conflicting messages’ on access to maternity services

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Despite the HSE announcing a partial easing of restrictions on maternity care, “conflicting messages” still abound, with hospitals defining what “being in labour” means differently.

Political news in brief

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What have your local representatives been talking about this week?

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.

O’Reilly seeks debate on breastfeeding rates in Ireland

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A total of 64 per cent of women initiate breastfeeding when they enter hospital, but only 37 per cent leave hospital breastfeeding.

 

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