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Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has said that Government must seize the opportunities of the unprecedented wealth-generating capacity of the Irish economy and deliver an ambitious programme of world class public services and infrastructure development.?
It is with some bemusement that I noted the recent contributions in Seanad Éireann regarding the future of local authority arrangements in Galway and, in particular, the voicing of opposition to the amalgamation of the Galway county and city councils.
There is no doubt that we live in extraordinary and unpredictable times. Covid-19 has proven just how quickly life as we know it can change. Few would have predicted our current situation only a short time ago, just as few would have predicted that the issue of Irish Unity would be pushed to the forefront of political debate and become an increasingly likely eventuality in the near future. Unity, once thought of as a remote and distant prospect, is no longer a question of if, but when.
Euthanasia Bill should be rejected
Rather like Covid-19, another virus has emerged recently which seeks to infect the population, not with a deadly disease but with a warped ideology and vacuous arguments that defy all logic and rationality.
Government parties should be demanding central Government fill the hole in local authority funds due to Covid-19, that is the opinion of People Before Profit Galway spokesperson Adrian Curran.
People Before Profit Galway has written to Minister for Transport Éamon Ryan, Minister of State in the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Nughton, and the National Transport Authority to demand that Knocknacarra’s bus service is reinstated.
The Health Insurance market remained relatively stable over the course of 2019, according to the Health Insurance Authority (HIA) Annual Report 2019 which was published in recent times.
Like everyone else, Insider needs occasional harmless distraction on social media, so a recent challenge to 'write the first sentence of your 2020 memoir' was tempting - until I realised most of us had the same depressing pun: It was the worst of times, it was the worst of times.