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Budget 2020: Little joy for parents, professionals, or providers

8 October 2019. For immediate releaseBudget 2020: Little joy for parents, professionals, or providers. Ireland continues...

Ireland ranks lowest in EU for investment in pre-primary education

The latest EU Social Justice Index ranks Ireland lowest in the EU for investment in pre-primary education and underlines the need for substantially increased...

Early years staff to hold national work stoppage tomorrow in call...

Childhood Professionals are holding a national day of demonstration tomorrow (Friday, October 27th) – in protest at the lack of Government investment in the...

TUI protest underfunding of Institute of Technology sector at Dail

As part of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) campaign against underfunding of the institute of technology sector, a series of lunchtime protests were held...

Crowe calls on Bank of Ireland to rescind it’s ATM decision

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe has expressed his surprise at Bank of Ireland's decision to remove the Irish language option from its ATMs....

New CSO figures highlight crisis in housing sector

Dublin South West Sinn Féin TD, Seán Crowe, has said that the new Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures, which show that nearly half a...

Public sector workers pay set to be restored following draft pay...

The Government and public service unions have reached a deal on a draft pay agreement to restore public sector pay by 2020.By the end...

Crowe says now next to impossible for citizens on HAP payments...

Sinn Féin Dublin South West TD Seán Crowe has welcomed  a report by the Simon Community entitled 'Locked out of the Market VIII' and...

Third-level non-progression rates linked to funding deficit

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has described the high non-progression rates in some courses at third-level as extremely worrying and stated that it...

Private bus services to continue as normal during bus strike

The organisation representing private coach and bus operators in Ireland has today reassured customers that all services operated by its members will continue as...

Private bus operators call for equal and open tendering on all...

The organisation representing private coach and bus operators in Ireland has called for equal and open tendering for the private sector on all public...

Local business in groundbreaking solution to food wastage

Best of luck to Tallaght based business FoodCloud who are joining forces with Bia Food Initiative, the very successful operator of three large-scale food redistribution...

Once again EU insist that we must introduce water charges

The Irish Government is being pressurised by Europe to make our citizens pay for water.The EU Environment Commissioner Carmen Vella has issued a warning...

Minister highlights value of strong local IT sector to support foreign...

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O'Connor T.D. today joined forces with leading Irish owned IT services and networking company, Arkphire, to...

Dublin Lord Mayor calls on public to continue supporting charities

The public must not allow the fraud at suicide prevention charity Console to "tar all Irish charities with the one brush", Dublin's new lord...

Government today set to announce plans to create 50,000 jobs this...

Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Tánaiste Joan Burton and Minister for Jobs Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, will launch the jobs initiative in Kildare this afternoon.The...
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