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A total of 2,268 Galwegians are still waiting for their passport applications to be processed as the passport service deals with the Covid backlog and the recent surge in applications.
Around the year 1890, this four storey building at the top of Prospect Hill was derelict. It was bought by the Sisters of Mercy and used by them as a ‘House of Mercy’, a training centre for girls. The nuns called it St Patrick’s House but their scheme failed due to lack of finance and staffing problems, so they let the building out on rent.
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.
Longford/Westmeath Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has called for the extension of paid maternity leave by an additional 12 weeks for women who gave birth during the pandemic and whose maternity leave is due to expire.
At a time that should be the happiest in their lives enjoying their new babies, mothers who gave birth during the pandemic are left feeling uncared for and isolated.
Sinn Féin's Charlestown based councillor, Gerry Murray, was elected to the position of Cathaoirleach of the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District at the district's AGM, which took place in the Cultural Centre in Swinford on Wednesday.
'Yes' - Peter Butler
I hope you all survived Storm Jorge. Apparently, the ‘J’ and the ‘g’ are pronounced as ‘h’ so just to make it easy we will call it Storm George.
Sinn Féin will hold a public rally in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, from 7.30pm on Friday March 6 as part of its drive to be involved in the next Government, and to "bring the conversation about a Government for Change to the people".
It is often said that the environment suffers in Ireland, and indeed on the planet, because of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. In order to be able to concentrate on things outside of keeping us alive, we need to feel well fed, healthy, and have a roof over our heads.