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Why are we investing in prefabs when we need school buildings – Ruane
Sinn Fein councillor Thérèse Ruane has described the government’s decision to cut the school building programme budget as short sighted and morally reprehensible. The Government, in the emergency budget, announced a €54 million cut in education and science capital expenditure including €30 million from the primary and post primary school building programmes.
The new series of the flagship current affairs programme Saturday Forum is now well under way on CRC 102.9 FM from 11.30am.
Drama, tears, and fun in store for Westport
Less than seven weeks from the elections and things are hotting up in the race for Westport Town Council with the announcement of new candidates from Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and Labour.
Westmeath Sinn Fein launch job retention and creation strategy
Sinn Féin candidate for the North West EU Constituency Cllr Pádraig MacLochlainn, joined Mullingar local election candidate Sorca Clarke yesterday (Thursday April 23) to launch the party’s job retention and creation strategy document entitled ‘Getting Ireland back to work’ in County Westmeath.
Readings and book launches
Galway writers Maureen Gallagher and Alan McMonagle will read at An Spidéal Library this evening at 7.30pm. Maureen will read from her first collection of poetry Calling The Tune, while Alan will read from his new collection of short stories Liar, Liar. Both writers are published by WordsontheStreet.
It’s all to play for but FF are worried
Insider has decided to issue a half-term report on the performance of the players in the political game and what the likely results would be in the event of an early election.
Unions fight to save Athlone DHL jobs
Union representatives have presented cost-cutting proposals to DHL in an effort to prevent 320 job losses in the company’s branches nationwide, including 20 in Athlone.
Vote local when it comes to picking our European team
There is little else to speak of at the moment other than the local and European elections that are taking place this day next week and I think more than anyone else - the candidates want this day to come so that they can get on with their lives one way or another.
No rate reduction for Kilkenny businesses
Businesses in Kilkenny were disappointed to hear that there is to be no rate reduction for businesses this year although the business community in Kilkenny have communicated to the council that they are struggling to stay afloat.
It’s D-Day - make your choices and go and vote
Greetings Grassroots fans, by now you’ve either voted or are about to vote in the Local and European elections. Good luck to you, it’s sooo hard to pick your top five from the exceptional field of candidates.