Local Media Reports for the week ending 15 July 2017 by Tim Ryan


Cork companies concerned at lack of broadband

Judicial Appointments Bill an “ego trip” - Moyniha

Tillage Compensation Fund approved - Creed

Buckley queries Taoiseach on teenage suicide rate

Implementation Group to oversee expansion of Cork

Barry highlights plight of Before 5 Nursery in Chu

Senator Buttimer congratulated on his engagement

Roll-out of broadband a complete shambles - Martin

Fishing industry the poor relation in Irish politics - Collins

Implementation Group to oversee expansion of Cork

Collins told Tillage Compensation Fund approved


Almost 1,700 patients affected by overcrowding in

FF Deputies call for a Waste Regulator


Youth Work Ireland facing closure

Galway people led the way on recycling

Lack of respite care services for adults with ment

Conway-Walsh welcomes raiding of Insurance Ireland

Britain wants Ireland to pull out of the EU - Burk


People with a terminal illness should be entitled

KWD waste services praised in the Dáil

Healy-Rae seeks progress in Revenue test case


Kilkenny Hospital has worst overcrowding in 10 yea

Early childhood education has a positive outcome o

South-East region being left behind


Cowen accuses Ross of being “bought off” by reopen

People in rural Ireland treated like second class

Nolan introduces Bill to regulate voluntary contri


€800,000 spent on private ambulances in Limerick

Collins accused Shane Ross of neglect of Mid-West

Shannon airport operating at 50 per cent capacity


Sligo - Leitrim

Kenny raises threatened closure of Aughavas post o

McLoughlin seeks update on broadband plan for the

Kenny seeks change in pension contribution calcula

Judicial Appointments Bill will not allow for inde


People in rural Ireland treated like second class
Cullinane introduces new Bill to protect workers

Better to protect people before they lose their ho




Forty per cent of businesses in Longford-Westmeat

Minister for Finance asked to reduced VAT rate to