Special needs children face year-long delays just to get a diagnosis - Irish Independent Irish IndependentSpecial needs children face year-long delays just to get a diagnosisIrish IndependentClose to 3,400 children were left on the waiting list for up to eight months, according to information obtained by Fianna Fail TD for Galway East Colm Keaveney. In total, some 15,776 children with special needs were on the waiting list last year just ...More than 32000 children await speech servicesIrish TimesThousands of special needs children face long wait for speech and ...Irish Mirror15776 children waiting for speech and language assessmentthejournal.ievšech 5 zpravodajských článků »
FF poll performance very disappointing – O Cuiv - Irish Independent An PhoblachtFF poll performance very disappointing – O CuivIrish IndependentYesterday, Mr O Cuiv said he believed Fianna Fail may be focusing too much on the garda controversies instead of issues such as mortgage arrears and the jobs crisis. His remarks will heap further pressure on party leader Micheal Martin ahead of May's ...Fianna Fáil to contest elections in the North – are they serious?An PhoblachtGerry Adams on the Sinn Féin surgeNewstalk 106-108 fmSupport for Government parties fall, as Sinn Fein make gainsHighland RadioSlugger O'Toole -thejournal.ie -IrishCentralvšech 9 zpravodajských článků »
'It's always tough' – Pat The Cope Gallagher on re-election, Fianna ... - thejournal.ie thejournal.ie'It's always tough' – Pat The Cope Gallagher on re-election, Fianna ...thejournal.ie“I think people are recognising that Fianna Fáil was trying to balance growth between rural and urban areas and that is not the agenda of this Fine Gael government.” The EU pop quiz. We give an EU pop quiz to all of the candidates we interview. Here's ...
Labour 'won't isolate Shatter' with FF's no confidence vote - Irish Independent Irish ExaminerLabour 'won't isolate Shatter' with FF's no confidence voteIrish Independent0 Comments. Email; Print; Font Size. Niall O'Connor – Published 31 March 2014 02:30 AM. Labour chairman Jack Wall has said he does not believe any of his fellow TDs will support a Fianna Fail motion of no confidence in Alan Shatter. Also in this ...Support for Coalition parties down in new pollIrish TimesNew poll shows support for coalition at an all-time lowIrish MirrorPoll shows drop in support for Govt partiesRTE.ieNewstalk 106-108 fmvšech 10 zpravodajských článků »