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From the cages of Long Kesh in the 1970s, to the lecture halls and classrooms of NUI Galway this century, a love of writing and a passionate belief in the importance of education has been central in the life of Paddy McMenamin.
Local Sinn Féin public representative, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has said that the two-tiered health service is failing people presenting with mental health difficulties.
Sinn Féin TD Conway-Walsh has described wait times at Mayo University Hospital as a 'disgrace', saying that a plan to tackle hospital overcrowding is urgently needed.
Sinn Féin spokesperson on Further and Higher Education Rose Conway-Walsh TD has said there is widespread frustration among students and parents at reports of sustained levels of grade inflation and the use of a lottery system to allocated high-demand courses.
Galway Sinn Féin headed North for the Stormont election. As an all-Ireland party this weekend solidarity is the norm.
Clifden was not the only town to experience the terror of British forces running wild, shooting, and setting fire to buildings. The previous year, July 19 1920, Tuam suffered a similar experience as Clifden, only mercifully no resident was killed on that occasion.
Under the heading ‘Panic in the town last night’ The Connacht Tribune told the story of the attack on Clifden on March 19 1921: ‘Following the shooting of RIC Constable Reynolds, and the wounding of Constable Sweeney (who was to die from his wounds some hours later), at Clifden last night, panic reigned in the town and nine of the principal houses were burned.
Local Sinn Féin Deputy Sorca Clarke has urged cross-party support for a Sinn Féin motion that calls on government to scrap the planned carbon tax hike.
Government ‘not coming close’ to providing children with access therapeutic interventions, says O’Hara
The Government is “not coming close” to fulfilling its legal obligations to protect the right of children to access therapeutic interventions, particularly in the areas of assessment and diagnosis.
A few short weeks ago, we were convulsed by the popping of some champagne corks in Iveagh House. This followed prolonged agonising over whether the partition in The Station House Hotel, in idyllic Clifden, was opened or closed.