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Mayo loses 77 public beds in hospitals and CNH units

A total of 77 public beds have been closed in community nursing homes (CNHs) and hospitals throughout Mayo in recent times, at the same time as health cutbacks and home help hours have been reduced.

Industrial action at Mayo General and protest march in Ballina

Industrial action is scheduled to take place at Mayo General Hospital on Monday next (subject to ongoing negotiations) while a protest march is being organised for Sunday February 5 next in Ballina, in response to drastic new health service cuts set to affect hospitals in Mayo, as announced as part of the new HSE National Service Plan this week.

Local jobs losses expected after Ulster Bank axes hundreds of jobs in Ireland

With the announcement that Ulster Bank are to axe hundreds of jobs in the country, jobs in local Ulster Bank branches which are dotted around the county could be under threat. Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland, employs 6,000 staff throughout 236 branches, seven branches of which are located in Mayo — Ballina, Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, Belmullet, Castlebar, Claremorris, and Westport.

Focus is first to receive four NCAP advanced rewards

Named as Continental Irish Compact Family Car of the Year 2012, the new Ford Focus has become the first car to receive four Euro NCAP advanced safety rewards after its driver alertand forward alert technologies were honoured this week.

HSE travel and subsistence expenses refusal is a breach of contract

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) is calling for the HSE to immediately honour its obligations, arising from employment contracts, and pay all outstanding moneys due to public health nurses, community nurses and other HSE staff.

Focus is first to get four NCAP Advanced Rewards

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Named last week as Continental Irish Compact Family Car of the Year 2012, the new Ford Focus has become the first ever car to receive four Euro NCAP Advanced Safety Rewards after its ‘Driver Alert’ and ‘Forward Alert’ technologies were honoured this week.

Mayo students congratulated on their Leaving Cert results

Leaving Certificate students in Mayo were congratulated by Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony after they received their results on Wednesday. “While the exam is important it must be remembered that it’s just one step along the way in life,” Deputy O’Mahony said. “There is something for everyone after school and we should not lose sight of that.”

Cannon to chair key committee as Government agrees to wind down FÁS

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The Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn T.D., yesterday announced that a new further education and training authority called SOLAS (Seirbhísí Oideachais Leanúnaigh agus Scileanna) is to be established.

Mulherin calls for Ballina HQ for reconfigured VEC

Mayo Vocational Education Committee is to be merged with Sligo and Leitrim VECs following an announcement by the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairí Quinn on Wednesday.

Laughing all the way from the bank

The old expression “laughing all the way to the bank” seems to be in fact the reverse in this country, as unbelievably those walking away from the banks are laughing—another ‘fat cat’ has walked away from a financial mess with an astonishing €3 million golden handshake. This is yet another farcical situation, which has sparked public outrage, particularly as the State are pumping billions into bailing out the banks; thousands of jobs in AIB are under threat and a credit rating of ‘junk status’ has been given to our financial institutions.

 

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