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Crowe renews calls for restoration of Rehabilitative Training allowance for disabled students

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has today reiterated his call on the government to reverse their decision to abolish the Rehabilitative Training (RT) allowance for young people entering further education in September. The Sinn Féin TD described €220,000 spent annually on the scheme as a pittance in government spending, particularly when you look at […]

Crowe welcomes government U-turn on retrofit scheme

Dublin South West Sinn Féin TD, Seán Crowe, has welcomed the government’s U-turn on the retrofit scheme and said the wheels are slowly coming off the government’s climate action plan, with the retrofit fiasco just one more example of the incompetence of the present administration on this issue. Over 300 homeowners had been waiting months […]

Crowe calls for immediate action on structural defects in schools

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has said that the level of structural defects in schools across the State demands ‘urgent action’; adding that no school should have to lose school days due to inadequate building standards. The Sinn Féin TD spoke out after today’s announcement that engineers have identified structural flaws in 17 more […]

Fire on US military plane in Shannon Airport reveals risk to passengers – Crowe

Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Foreign Affairs and Defence, Seán Crowe TD, has expressed his concern for the safety of passengers in Shannon Airport after a fire broke out on a plane carrying US soldiers this morning. Flight operations at Shannon Airport are temporarily suspended as a result, causing significant delays during one of its busiest […]

Delayed patient discharges cost tax payers nearly €600 million since 2016 – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has criticised the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the Minister for Health, Simon Harris, for their failure to tackle delayed discharges in hospitals, as inept and lacking in oversight. The delays have cost the health service, and by extension Irish taxpayers, nearly €600 million since 2016. The Sinn Féin […]