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McNelis calls for Ireland to adopt universal public childcare system

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Women's participation in the workforce remains low because of "Ireland’s unaffordable childcare costs", and it will go lower unless the State introduces a universal public childcare system.

Parents must not be made choose between childcare and work, says McNelis

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The Government must “step up and support” new parents who are being faced with an “unacceptable choice” between securing childcare and fully returning to work.

McNelis says new Government programme is just old ideas ‘rebranded and repackaged’

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A list of “rebranded and repackaged commitments”, full of “deliberately vague” language, and a worrying lack of costings, is how one local politician has described the new programme for government.

Lack of childcare facilities should not cost workers their jobs, says McNelis

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Comments by the Health Minister that families will have to secure a “dig out” for getting childcare, shows the Government has a "derisory understanding" of the importance of childcare for working parents.

McNelis calls on families to donate unwanted instruments to clubs and schools

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Every home has an unused guitar, tin whistle, tennis racket, or running machine, and a call has gone out for these to be donated to clubs, schools and individuals across the city and county.

What Do You Mean You Haven't Read...?

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Fred Johnston, poet, author, critic

Covid-19 highlights 'unsustainability' of the Leaving Cert, says McNelis

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The Covid-19 pandemic has "highlighted the unsustainability" of the State exams "in their current form", and further exposes the "limitations of exams which place so much emphasis on a few weeks at the end of a student’s school life".

Lockdown views: Sinead Cassidy

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"I am looking forward to reunions with loved ones. It’s going to be pretty special when grand-parents get reunited with their much loved grandchildren (my own parents can’t wait to cuddle my son Seán, who they’ve been missing these last few weeks). I feel for older people in our communities during these times who love a bit of company, security, and social interaction. I’m looking forward to seeing families reconnect and out and about again.

Niamh Regan plays Mick Flannery's new gig series

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GALWAY SINGER-songwriter Niamh Regan will play tomorrow's Mini Gigs at Mick’s, the new series of online concerts curated by Mick Flannery, in partnership with PlayIrish.

Album review: Låpsley

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THE PERSONAL is political is a phrase/slogan/rallying call which has been around since the late 1960s, but is one that feels ever more pertinent and apt.

 

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