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Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane has said advertisements carried on the JobBridge website that seek to employ primary school teachers for €50 a week are “exploitive and demeaning to the teaching profession.”
Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane has voiced her serious concerns at downgrading of physical education in the school curriculum and has described plans to reduce the time allocated to physical education as a retrograde step which will have a serious negative impact on the health of young people and warns that any such moves must be stopped in their tracks.
Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane is urging people to check their European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) and make sure it is not out of date before they travel this summer.
The first Sinn Féin Ard Fheis to be held in the west of Ireland will take place in the TF Hotel and Theatre, Castlebar, this weekend. The two day event will see up to 2,000 people coming to the county town for the occasion.
A large number of people attended the GROW Business Enterprise seminar which took place recently in Castlebar Tennis Club. Budding entrepreneurs had the opportunity to hear more about the opportunities and supports that are available for people setting up their own businesses in Mayo.
Sinn Féin Councillor Thérèse Ruane is calling for people to remember those families who are facing a bleak festive season this Christmas. She is urging people to support St Vincent de Paul appeals this Christmas by donating money, food, toys, or fuel to assist families most in need.
There has been mixed reaction locally to Budget 2013, which has delivered €3.5bn worth of cuts and taxes which will have an impact right across the board.
The news that six Garda stations in Mayo were included in a rash of closures across the country has been greeted with derision by politicians from the opposition parties in the county. The news was announced on Wednesday afternoon when most eyes were on the announcement of the Budget in the Dáil.
A Castlebar councillor has called on the government to take “real action” and change the laws on domestic violence in this country.
Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane has expressed her disappointment that the Community Employment Scheme based at the Davitt Museum in Straide will cease today, Friday, November 30. She is appealing to the Davitt committee to reverse this decision to ensure that the museum can remain open and that the jobs of 21 workers can be saved and that the legacy of Michael Davitt be kept alive in the place of his birth.