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Canney says Minister for Education is not hearing concerns of all parents

Galway East TD Seán Canney has raised concerns that the Minister for Education is not hearing the concerns of two national parents' associations which...

Court orders fresh hearing over Minister’s power to end VEC chief executive’s €12,000 allowance

The Supreme Court has ordered a fresh hearing to determine if the Minister of Education was acting within his powers when he ended a...

Dog owners urged to be responsible during lambing season

Dog owners are being urged to remember how vulnerable sheep are to dog attacks - especially during lambing season. Highlighting the issue, Minister Heather Humphreys...

Galway Hospice to share in over €10m recurring annual funding

Galway Hospice will share in more than €10 million in recurring annual funding announced for the voluntary hospice sector starting from this year.Minister for...

Galway TD urges Ministers to meet Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special School in city

Mairéad Farrell TD has called on the Minister for Education and Minister for Special Education to meet with the Parents’ Association of Rosedale Special...

Call for Minister for Health to ‘step up to the plate’ and pay student nurses

Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has called on Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to step up to the plate and pay student nurses. During a...

Irish scientist says life could go back to normal by late spring

An Irish scientist working on a coronavirus vaccine has predicted life could go back to normal by late spring.Dublin scientist Professor Adrian Hill's hopeful...

Minister Humphreys assures TidyTowns groups that competition will go ahead in 2021

Minister Heather Humphreys has assured local groups involved in the SuperValu TidyTowns competition that next year's competition will go ahead despite Covid-19. A record 924...

Health Minister to hold meeting on extra beds for Portiuncula Hospital

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly will meet with Minister of State Anne Rabbitte next week in relation to bed capacity issues at Portiuncula Hospital in...

Catherine Connolly and Minister for Education clash over Merlin College extension

Catherine Connolly TD has asked the Minister for Education why Merlin College has been refused an extension despite having capacity issues.The school had to...

Spring 2021 start date for construction of extension to OPW Headford offices

Work on an expansion of the Regional Headquarters for the OPW in Headford is progressing, with tenders for the construction contract expected to be...

How the sports sector is gearing up to function amidst the pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis has turned out to be the worst pandemic that the humankind has faced in centuries. When disaster strikes, it comes without...

POLL: When (if ever) should government bring in new national lockdown?

This week, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly sparked fear across the country.He said that Ireland was close to another national lockdown because we are...

Dara Calleary resigns as Minister after attendance at golf society event in Clifden

The Minister for Agriculture Dara Calleary has resigned his post this morning after attending a controversial event in Clifden with over 80 people present.New...

Naughten “disappointed” Minister won’t extend July provision for children with a disability

Galway TD Denis Naughten has said that it's "disappointing" the Minister for Education will not considering extending the July Provision for children with a...

1,072 people caught speeding during National Slow Down Day

A total of 1,072 vehicles were detected travelling over the speed limit on National Slow Down Day which ran from 7am yesterday until 7am...

HSE flouted “basic data protection rights” by sharing Covid-19 results with employers

The HSE has ignored people's "basic data protection rights" by sharing Covid-19 test results with employers before informing the individuals Galway TD Denis Naughten...

Government commits to delivering revised Galway 2020 programme

The government has committed to supporting a revised programme of events for Galway 2020 to take place in the last months of this year...

Worrying rise in illegal dumping during COVID-19 crisis

There has been a worrying rise in illegal dumping since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis, a Galway TD has said. Minister Ciaran Cannon said...

Domestic abuse services need more support during lockdown Senator says

Newly elected Senator Pauline O'Reilly is calling for greater support for domestic abuse victims and services during the Covid-19 crisis. Concerns have been raised that...
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