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Unfortunately Dr Reilly had to cancel the meeting with the Campaign scheduled for today May 31. the meeting will now take place on June 9th.
Representatives of the Save St Luke’s committee will meet Dr James Reilly at the Dail on Tuesday May 31st. The meeting was arranged by Lucinda Creighton TD. It is vital that Luke’s supporters continue to write/email Minister Reilly asking him … Continue reading
The Campaign would like to hear from Cancer patients who have applied for medical cards. There appears to be inconsistency in how the ‘rules’ which are unclear anyway are applied. We now of a cancer patient who was given a … Continue reading
Luke’s Campaigner Ciaran Corry died last night (April 26) in Letterkenny after a long battle with cancer. Our thoughts go to his partner Ger and his three sons at this difficult time. Ciaran wrote his story for the Campaign book … Continue reading
Dr James Reilly the new Minister for Health announced that a number of hospitals due to close or to be ‘reconfigured’ (whatever that means!) under the Harney regime would be put on hold pending review of the original decision on … Continue reading
Contact Joe Guilfoyle 051 376461 for information. Dates May 19-22 in Bundoran. Outings and entertainment as well as great craic.
The Campaign has asked Dublin South East TD Lucinda Creighton to arrange a meeting for the committee with Dr James Reilly. Luke’s supporters are asked to email Minister Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or at minister’email@example.com asking him to save St Luke’s, … Continue reading
If you have a vote on the Trinity or NUI panels, ask the candidates where they stand on saving St Luke’s. We know David Norris standing for re-election on the Trinity Panel supports St Luke’s. He launched our book last … Continue reading
Currently Labour and Fine Gael are negotiating the programme for government. Fine Gael’s representatives are Michael Noonan, Alan Shatter and Phil Hogan. Labour’s are Joan Burton, Pat Rabitte and Brendan Howlin. The Campaign has contacted both teams asking that the … Continue reading