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The United Left Alliance says the new Programme for Government is a recipe for more cuts and austerity – within the confines of the EU/IMF bailout deal.
The 5 TD group – which includes members of the Socialist Party and People Before Profit – says the Fine Gael/Labour coalition just offers more of the same policies of the outgoing Government.
The ULA is accusing the parties of shamelessly betraying people who voted for
A Wicklow mother is demanding a change to the archaic law that brands people with special needs as mentally unsound.
Philomena Pallas says she was angered after hearing her 28 year old son who has Down Syndrome referred to as such at a recent sitting of Bray Circuit Civil Court.
The case involved a payout to Walter Pallas, following a car crash in July 2009 when his mother’s car was damaged.
Fine Gael’s calling on the Taoiseach to consider sacking his Tourism Minister after she revealed she voted against Brian Cowen last night.
Mary Hanafin’s insisting she had no issue with Brian Cowen being Taoiseach, but couldn’t vote confidence in him to continue as leader of Fianna Fáil.
But Fine Gael’s Alan Shatter says Mary Hanafin’s position in Cabinet is unconstitutional.
Wicklow’s Fine Gael T.D. Billy
As Tuesday’s crucial confidence motion draws closer momentum is building against the Taoisech and one by one his party members are coming out to say they can no longer support his leadership.
The list of those who’ve sided against Brian Cowen now includes former Minister Willie O’Dea, and Junior Ministers Conor Lennihan and Billy Kelleher.
But there remain those who haven’t yet revealed which way they will vote.<br
Claims that there is no salt available for local authorities in County Wicklow, have been dismissed as over exaggerated by the chairman of Wicklow county Council Tom Fortune.
Yesterday Wicklow Councillor Nicky Kelly said Wicklow and Arklow town councils along with Wicklow county council have admitted they now have no salt reserves
Builders Abbey are reporting profits of 15 point 2 million euro before taxation against a loss of 54 point 4 million last year. A preliminary statement issued this morning also shows earnings per share reached 49 point nine two cents.
The chief celebrant at the funeral of one of the victims of Sunday night’s road crash in Donegal says no words can describe the devastation being felt by the family and friends of those who died. Fr Neil McGoldrick told mourners at Mark McLoughlin’s funeral that the community of Inishowen is stunned by the horrific …