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The money provided by Dáil Éireann for home help must be used to increase hours available to support older people in their homes, not spent on administration, Deputy Denis Naughten stressed this week.
One year on from repeal of the Eighth Amendment the cultural and human impact of that decision is quickly coming into focus.
When the newly elected Mayo County Council holds its inaugural meeting early next month, there will be four new faces taking their seats after last weekend's elections. We take a look at the new fresher councillors.
Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development has announced plans for a special scheme to repair homes affected by Mica and Pyrite to be introduced in Mayo and in Donegal.
Joe Daly, the local election candidate for People Before Profit in the Castlebar district, has called for the broadband infrastructure to be nationalised and rolled out by the ESB.
Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy has slammed the government for squandering of billions on euro on the National Broadband Plan, and labelled Fianna Fáil as being “complicit” in the debacle.
An independent report on the need for a new elective hospital in Galway will be completed and provided to the Minister for Health by the end of next month, it emerged this week.
Many soldiers stationed in Renmore Barracks are natives of Munster and have a “legitimate ambition to return and serve in or close to their native place”, but the high cost of renting in Galway is also a major factor in this.
Among the highlights of this year’s Galway Theatre Festival is Steven Sharpe’s new one-man musical, The Realness of Miss Representation, which he will present, for two performances only, at the Town Hall Theatre studio.
The official opening of the long-awaited new 70 bedroom complex at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar will be performed this morning (Friday) by Minister Michael Ring.