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Proper steps need to be followed and alternatives sought before rural services are cut, that’s according to James Claffey, policy and communication officer at Irish Rural Link.
Conradh na Gaeilge has welcomed the announcement that Rónán Ó Domhnaill has been installed as the new language commissioner this week. However, the organisation has strongly criticised the Government for failing to implement the recommendations of the current commissioner.
Most of us worry. We worry about major issues such as our health, children, ageing parents, or making ends meet or about minor matters, such as waking up early for work in the morning, getting to the shops before closing time or beating rush hour traffic.
Your children are back at school and you are keen to help them settle into a routine again.
Information from an online survey being conducted locally will help develop a five year strategy to reduce alcohol related harm in the city.
The third Monday in January (16) has become known as Blue Monday, or the most depressing day of the year, due to a combination of poor weather, the post-Christmas blues, and mounting debt. Whether or not this is the most depressing day of the year, January can be one the months most associated with a low mood and the disorder known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Following the sell out success of last year’s inaugural economics and comedy festival, Kilkenomics is set to return to Kilkenny from November 2 – 6. Kilkenomics aims to dispel confusion surrounding the current national situation by taking economics out of its conventional spaces and presenting the issues of the day in an accessible and entertaining manner to live audiences.
A decision to move some non-critical functions from University Hospital Galway to other hospitals in the region this month will free up beds in wards at the city hospital and help reduce waiting times and overcrowding at its emergency department.
The sheer number of stray horses on public land in county Kilkenny remains a major issue for the local authorities, according to a spokesperson for the county council.
Galway Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Coyle has criticised the “heavy handed approach” taken by the City Council and the Gardaí for their joint operation in removing signs in the pedestrianised area of the city earlier this week.