‘Creative housing accounting’ and pensioner’s warning

Jene J. Long

Regional papers throughout Eire this 7 days aspect tales of hospital overcrowding, a warning from a pensioner more than an alleged scam and criticism of the Government’s “inventive housing accounting”.

The Western People today prospects with an impression of Charlie Hen being congratulated by his grandchildren, singer Daniel O’Donnell and broadcaster Ryan Tubridy on his ascent of Croagh Patrick previous Saturday, describing the former RTÉ journalist as “a rock of strength”.

The Roscommon Herald reviews a local pensioner is warning individuals to be wary of strangers coming to their doorways, after she was allegedly distracted by a young girl claiming to be from Ukraine and an additional particular person entered her home, taking a sum of money.

The Laois Nationalist studies a motorcyclist is in clinic with major injures immediately after a suspected hit-and-run at the weekend, whilst landlords of HAP houses are allegedly getting “threatening letters” from Laois County Council demanding adjustments be produced to the homes.

The Kildare Nationalist says the Federal government has been accused of “massaging the figures”, striving to “hoodwink the general public”, and “shameful behaviour” soon after its assert previous week of practically halving the ready checklist for social housing in Kildare in the last 5 many years.

The Nationalist in Carlow reviews two Tullow businessmen have locked horns with Aldi over the retail giant’s programs for the town, just after it was granted authorization to develop its Dublin Road keep by a single storey to contain an off-license space.

The Waterford Information & Star reports an impartial review of crisis care at College Hospital Waterford – which the HSE has picked out not to publish – uncovered no proof of a “apparent strategic system as to how improve could be introduced about at UHW.”

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