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Ballygar set to lose its family resource centre

The community of Ballygar has been left reeling by the news of the forthcoming closure of Aonad Family Resource Centre and its Community Services Programme.

Councillor nails rumours about closure of Mervue health centre

There is no truth in speculation that Mervue Health Centre is to close or that its staff are to be relocated to the primary care centre in Doughiska.

Man charged with Sandra Collins murder sent forward for trial

A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.

Kilkenny’s homeless services help over two hundred people

Kilkenny’s homeless action services has dealt with more than 200 people who were homeless or at risk of homelessness through the services of the newly established Kilkenny Homeless Action Team (KHAT).

Prescription charge leading to people not taking medication

Age Action is urging older people not to respond to the economic hardship caused by the new prescription charge by not taking their prescribed medication.

Council calls on new Minister to sort out mortgage scheme

Mullingar Town Council is to write to the new Minister for Social Protection, Éamon Ó Cuív, to sort out what one local councillor has termed the “anomalies” in the Mortgage Interest Supplement scheme (MIS).

Mortgage interest supplement not in touch with reality

Ireland’s leading housing charity is seeking a complete overhaul of the Mortgage Interest Supplement claiming its criteria are too strict and not realistic in the current environment.

Mortgage interest supplement not in touch with reality

Ireland’s leading housing charity is seeking a complete overhaul of the Mortgage Interest Supplement claiming its criteria are too strict and not realistic in the current environment.

Ring proposes that JPC write to Minister about rent supplement scheme

Fine Gael TD Michael Ring proposed at the Westport Joint Policing Committee on Monday that the JPC should write to Minister Mary Hanafin, Minister for Social and Family Affairs, in relation to the rent supplement scheme and recommend that the HSE will not provide rent supplement for people who are not on the local authority housing list or who have not had police checks.

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