RADIO INTERVIEWS - LOCAL AND NATIONAL

Radio Interviews 11

INTERVIEW WITH KINVARA FM – POST ELECTION 2020

Interview with Miriam O’Callaghan – RTE anonymous survey of TDs – November 2019

Interview with Kinvara FM – European Election campaign 2019

 

INTERVIEW KINVARA FM IN THE RUN UP TOTHE EUROPEAN  ELECTIONS 2019

The Galway Girls

Lorraine Higgins interviews Anne Rabbitte TD – A Reflective, Intimate Interview

 

Radio Interviews 12

An Intimate Interview – Anne Rabbitte TD with Paul Tierney of Kinvara FM

Interview starts at 31:20

Epilepsy Ireland Training For Success

At is the time of year again when Epilepsy Ireland have opened enrolment for our Training for Success course in IT Sligo. Due to the individual nature of epilepsy, it can be a condition which can have a significant impact on a person’s educational and social...

Innovative research project to support small schools in rural Ireland

A two-year action research project aimed at supporting small rural schools has been announced by the government. The innovative project aims to encourage small schools to cluster together in local groups, enabling them to collaborate and identify common challenges and...

Visiting Restrictions eased at Galway University Hospitals

18 June 2021 Galway University Hospitals, in line with guidance issued by national HSE, will be implementing changes to visiting arrangements at both University Hospital Galway and Merlin Park University Hospital with effect from Monday 21st June 2021. From Monday,...

Plan for Action Published on Collective Redundancies Following Insolvency

Wednesday 9 June 2021 Enhanced Protections and Greater Transparency for Employees Ministers of State in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Robert Troy T.D. and Damien English T.D., published the Plan for Action on Collective Redundancies following...

Details of Statutory Sick Pay Scheme Announced – All workers to get 10 days paid sick leave phased in between now and 2025

09 June 2021  All workers to get 10 days paid sick leave phased in between now and 2025 The Government’s statutory sick pay scheme will be phased in over a four-year period, starting with three days per year in 2022, rising to five days payable in 2023 and seven days...

Ongoing Disruption to Hospital Services at Galway University Hospitals

28 May 2021  Hospital services across the West and North West will face ongoing service disruptions into next week as a result of the ransomware attack on the HSE IT systems. Work is ongoing to get priority systems back including radiology, diagnostic and patient...

Portumna – Wild Geese Project – Finalists: Digital Changemaker

Portumna – Sustainability through Digital Portumna has been shortlisted as a finalist in Digital Changemakers category for the  .IE Digital Town for the work of the Wild Geese.  Winners will be announced on 10 June 2021 at a virtual awards ceremony.  The .IE Digital...

Our Rural Future: National Connected Hubs Network Launched

31 May 2021   Ireland’s first ever digital hub network now live via ConnectedHubs.ie  Network to make remote working a reality throughout Rural Ireland Some 66 hubs already on board; 100 plus targeted by end of 202 Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather...

Ministers meet to review cyber attack

22 May 2021 The Minister for Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan, the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, the Minister for Justice, Heather Humphreys and the Minister of State for Communications and eGovernment, Ossian Smyth, met again today to...

Ireland’s first female Brigadier General Maureen O’Brien appointed by the United Nations as Deputy Military Advisor in the Office of Military Affairs, Department of Peace Operations

25 May 2021 The United Nations has announced the appointment of Maureen O’Brien to the post of Deputy Military Advisor in the Office of Military Affairs, Department of Peace Operations. This appointment is at the rank of Major General. The role of the Deputy Military...