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Parents which are separated will be allowed to travel to see their children during the Covid 19 pandemic despite the travel restrictions that are currently in place.   Sligo Independent Councillor Marie Casserely says the issue has arose for separated parents of children since the outbreak of the Coronavirus.  …

  There has been a further increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the North West.   Donegal has seen the number cases of confirmed cases rise to 103.  In Leitrim one additional case has been confirmed resulting in the total number now standing at 14.  The number of…

It’s being claimed that there is major concern for those receiving home care in the north west that if their hours are cut during the Covid-19 pandemic they may not be in a position to have the service fully restored.   The concerns have come to light after it was…

There are now 122 confirmed cases of Covid 19 in the North West.   The figures released by the National Public Health Emergency Team have confirmed that the number of cases in Donegal now stands at 81. In Sligo there are now 28 confirmed cases and 13 In Leitrim.  …

There are now over 100 cases of confirmed Covid-19 in the North West.   The latest figures released by the National Health Emergency Team have confirmed that there are now 68 cases in Donegal, 25 in Sligo and 12 in Leitrim.   The National Public Health Emergency Team meets this…

There are now 95 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the North West.   The latest figures show 63 cases in Donegal. 22 cases in Sligo and 10 in Leitrim.   The cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 will meet today to discuss the impact of the major restrictions introduced last Friday.  …

A Sligo/Leitrim TD is calling on the Minister for Justice to clarify the situation during the coronavirus pandemic restrictions for people with court orders in relation to access to children.   Sinn Fein Deputy Martin Kenny says it’s important people trying to comply with coronavirus restrictions are not accused of…