Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation Robert Troy TD has said it is unconscionable that Government continues to obstruct his party's bill to clamp down on fraudulent insurance claims. Deputy Troy said, "My colleague Billy Kelleher MEP passed the Civil Liability and Courts (Amendment) Bill 2018 at Second Stage unanimously in October 2018. However, the government is showing insufficient priority and ignoring the will of

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CALLING GALWAY GIRLS THIS SATURDAY! If you’re in Galway City this Saturday 16th November, please come and join COPE Galway at the Spanish Arch at 3pm and be part of a large group photo to launch their #GalwayGirl campaign. The photo will be used to help raise funds for Modh Eile House, COPE Galway’s new Domestic Abuse Service and Refuge. It will also help raise

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Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Education, Thomas Byrne, has said a countrywide ban on all private cars and commercial vehicles idling in the vicinity of school gates should be examined. His calls come as a NASA sponsored project to monitor air pollution outside schools found that the average nitrogen dioxide levels were 30% higher on the roads outside of schools. Deputy Byrne said, "Every day, thousands of cars

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SIPTU representatives have stated that they will oppose any attempt to enforce compulsory redundancies on staff in RTÉ following the emergence of a plan to impose 200 job cuts at the national broadcaster. SIPTU Services Division Organiser, Karan O Loughlin, said: “SIPTU will oppose any attempt to enforce compulsory redundancies on staff in RTE. A plan for cutbacks at the national broadcaster, which was disgracefully leaked

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A group of up over 30 men and women from Galway’s business community are gearing up to spend twelve hours sleeping rough in Galway city on the night of Friday, 6th December to raise awareness and funds for COPE Galway’s homeless services.  In 2018, COPE Galway supported 949 adults and 457 children in finding and keeping long-term housing and preventing homelessness within our community. “As the homeless crisis in Galway shows

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Hello Friends, Just a few minutes ago, the Dáil moved the writ for by-elections to be held on Friday 29th November.  The Social Democrats are running three fantastic candidates: They need your help to get elected and bring their skills, passion and drive to the Dáil. (You can learn more about Tracey, Sinéad or Anne-Marie on our website.) Can you donate urgently needed funds to help get them elected? DONATE Every donation, no matter what size, will

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Enterprise Ireland's R&D Core Unit is hosting a number of regional events on our new Agile Innovation, Research and Development funding programmes. Offering fast-track approval and a streamlined online application process, the new Agile Innovation Fund allows companies to access up to 50% in support for product, process or service development projects with a total cost of up to €300,000. The fund is part of Enterprise

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Rock Against Homelessness is coming to Galway - the first time the fundraiser show has taken place outside of Dublin. On November 23rd at Monroe’s in Galway, Irish act State Lights will play the gig in aid of COPE Galway and Focus Ireland. The success of the last sold-out show earlier this year in Dublin (which featured Camille O’Sullivan, Aidan Gillen and Tommy Fleming among many other acts) has spurred Focus

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People who sleep rough in Galway City will have an additional 23 beds available to them for the winter period from November 4th 2019. The annual Cold Weather Response, operated by COPE Galway in conjunction with Galway City Council, comes into operation three weeks earlier than in previous winters. The additional beds are provided at the site of the COPE Galway Day Centre for Homeless on Seamus Quirke Road.    “These additional beds

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