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2004
Government to restore benefits for widows
Review Completed
Mary Coughlan Minister For Social And Family Affairs
2003
Social Welfare Spending To Rise To .10.65 Billion.
Mary Coughlan 13/11/03

PUBLIC NOTICE Drugs Payment Scheme Refunds

Irish Examiner, 05/09/2003
Employers 'sacking pregnant women'

Lone parent fraud crackdown nets €13m in six months
Irish Independent, 01/09/2003
Governmenthas failed to honour pledges on child poverty
Irish Examiner, 11/07/2003
Pregnancy related dismissal cases on rise Irish Times, 10/07/2003
Parents rely on unpaid relatives to mind children Irish Examiner, 10/07/03
New law to revamp tenant and landlord relationship Irish Independent (Your Money), 10/07/2003
Minister for Finance announces details of scale of fees for FOI requests

Almost 7,000 People Successfully Appeal Social Welfare Decisions in 2002, Minister Mary Coughlan. Social and Family Affairs 07/07/2003

Women quit workplace for the home Sunday Business Post, 06/07/2003

Charge to apply on Freedom of Information requests
Irish Times, 01/07/2003
Parents urged to apply for school clothing allowance
Irish Times, 30/06/2003
Jobs scheme cuts force services to close
Irish Times, 30/06/2003
Couples exceed lone parents in calls for advice
€77.5 Million Saved by Anti-fraud Measures
The Independent Parenting Services start two new groups in Galway
Rent supplement flawed, say charities
Child abduction by parent in State 'not a crime'
Anti-fraud measures save up to €300m in social welfare
Irish Examiner 19/03/03
Lone parents ask: where’s the partnership?

Irish Independent 18/03/03
€8.5m saved after investigators trace parents dodging support

Divorce rush on the cards
By Kieron Wood The Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 2 February, 2003
Read the Proceedings

New Year ends family cheer

Report on New Deal for Lone Parents Published
Unhappy Marriages & the effects of Counselling as 'Groundbreaking'
Back to Work Allowance Scheme Will Continue.
Homemakers want an equal slice of the cake
Report on Children’s Experience of Parental Separation

Irish Independent, 21/10/2002
Non-married families 'have no legal protection here'

Irish Examiner, 21/10/2002
Women flock to refuges after barring orders are outlawed

Irish Examiner, 24/10/2002
Law is 'failing unmarried parents'

Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 20 October, 2002
Intricate tax issues involved

Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 20 October, 2002
How family firms suffer

Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 20 October, 2002
Judges' reasons for upholding £5m award
By Kieron Wood

Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 20 October, 2002
AG wants curbs on family law rule
By Kieron Wood

Sunday Business Post Dublin, Ireland, 20 October, 2002
Supreme Court ruling may pave way towards
`clean break' divorces by Kieron Wood

Irish Independent, 10/10/2002
Moneylenders oppose move to regulation by watchdog
Irish Times, 10/10/2002
Supreme Court declares interim barring orders unconstitutional
Irish Independent 9/10/2002
Social housing scheme may be dropped
Irish Examiner, 05/10/2002
Christmas bonuses will be paid to pensioners
Irish Times, 05/10/2002
Gap between rich and poor widens
Irish Independent, 03/10/2002
Lone parents set to suffer most over work scheme cuts
Irish Times, 05/09/2002
Women resuming work need better deal.
Irish Times, 05/09/2002
Child protection code introduced
Irish Times, 05/09/2002
€8.7m spent promoting the equality of women
Irish Times, 04/09/2002
Call for tax and welfare policies to tackle poverty
Irish Times, 14/8/2002
Fraudulent social welfare claims on the rise this year

Irish Examiner, 15/08/2002
Fury over care allowance cutbacks to parents of severely disabled children

Irish Times, 15/08/2002
Smokeless fuel scheme will take in four new town
Irish Examiner, 14/8/2002
Government fails to meet welfare claim deadlines
Irish Times, 14/8/2002
Fraudulent social welfare claims on the rise this year
Irish Independent Mon, Aug 05 02
Total of 10,000 divorces 'not whole story' By Grainne Cunningham
Separate homes may lead to a drop in living standards
Cutting the cost of marriage breakdown
Reduce the potential expense of splitting up
Women better off with their own pension plans
Pension rights for the divorcee
Divorce rate rising
An Post contract illegal, says EU
Press Release 25th June 2002
Rent Allowances Will Be Made Available To Successor Tenants
Irish Lone Parents Statistics Year end 2001

Family Formation in Ireland. Trends, Data Needs and Implications

Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 (SI 279 of 2005)

Poverty a serious risk for lone parents, report finds

Lone fathers face glass ceiling

Single Parenting And Grief:
by Ron Huxley, LMFT

Housing scheme 'will fall short

700 lone parent families at Gingerbread party

Men’s Support Group

New Life, will you be alone on Friday 19th October,

Irish Lone Parents Payment Methods statistics

Lone Parents
Being Wise and Being young

Welfare drive nets £110m in payment fraud.

New Statistics on Lone Parents

Delay in welfare increases

Deputy slams allowance as paltry

Bid to salvage post offices

Stay on your guard for euro rip-offs, warns bank chief.

Social Welfare and the euro.

Single parent families 'trapped' on housing lists

532,000 Families To Benefit From Biggest Ever
Child Benefit Increase - £330 Million Extra

"Raw deal across the single file

Growth in Single Fathers Outpaces Growth in Single Mothers,
Census Bureau Reports

Angry Single Parents Speak out

Parents Council sets up phone support service

Treoir
The National Federation of Services for Unmarried Parents
and their Children

THE TREATY OF NICE
A KEY TO SOCIAL COHESION - AHERN

Rise in one-parent
families in poverty - study

Rise in one-parent
families in poverty - study

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR FAMILIES
DERMOT AHERN
LAUNCHES NEW SUPPORT AGENCY FOR FAMILIES

Providing support for couples
who decide to separate

Report seeks allowances to help teenage mothers

Drogheda Corporation
official housing list as at April 6 2001

Childcare package to be unveiled

Single Mother's Struggle to Stay at College
by Joanne Sweeney

New door opens for single parents

Vacancy
West Midlands Regional Development Worker

Child Benefit books in Euro's

Coolock Community Law Centre gets £190,000

Drogheda Corporation
official housing list as at April 6 2001

TREOIR May 2001 newsletter

30% of Lone Parents live in poverty.

Waterford Lone Parents Project
gets £6,000

Social Welfare Services
What Its Customers Say

Childcare package to be unveiled

Mother with sick baby in plea for new home

Family Mediation
Service That Helps Couples Who Separate
Department of Social, Community and Family Affairs Press Releases 23 April 2001

New door opens
for single parents

YOUNG MOTHERS
A Study of Young Single mothers in two Communities:

Pre Budget 2001 Submission By OPEN

SOCIAL WELFARE'S
SAVINGS REACHED £214 MILLION LAST YEAR
CONTROL OF FRAUD REMAINS A PRIORITY

Latest ESRI research paper

Child Benefit Book now has Euro payment orders

Dermot Ahern
Publishes Social Welfare Bill

DERMOT AHERN ANNOUNCES FAMILY SUPPORT AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
SOME 6.9M TO BE MADE AVAILABLE TO VOLUNTARY GROUPS NATIONWIDE

Lone Parents
To Benefit From Maintenance Proposal

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State to get tough with fathers
who fail to pay support

Review of single-parent
payment avoids issues.

Louth has highest level of teenage mums

3.7m package aims to prevent marriage breakdown

1bn for back-to-school adults

Review of single-parent
payment avoids issues

Mick Jagger ordered to disclose finances

Solo Moms Don't Mean So Low Kids

65,548 last year got allowance for lone parents

Great news from the Tax Office

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