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Meanwhile, in Dromiskin

Thanks to the eagle-eyed local resident who discovered an election poster for Fine Gael councillor Colm Markey still up in Dromiskin while he was out for a walk yesterday evening. 46 more words

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The Beehive Industry

Well well well, the Irish news, as ever, has not failed to disappoint with yet another curious angle upon supposedly important news-a-like stories. Unfortunately for the Irish media the recent few weeks have actually been rather eventful, leaving Ireland struggling to find anything domestic which really competes with God’s newly acquire penchant for aeroplane disappearing acts (he still hasn’t quite gotten the reveal right), or the religious misgivings of his previous chosen people. 596 more words

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"Dublin's Only Elected MEP" -Richie Ryan -Fine Gael -1984 European Elections

From the 1984 European Elections a leaflet from Richie Ryan who was running for Fine Gael in Dublin. The leaflet is very much European and International focused. 17 more words

Irish Politics

O'Dowd loses junior minister position

Louth TD Fergus O’Dowd has this afternoon lost his position as a junior minister following a reshuffle by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

The Drogheda man had held the position of Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources and Environment, Community & Local Govt, with responsibility for the NewEra Project. 79 more words

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Sisters are doing it at cabinet level….

We pretty much all know the severe lack of women in Irish politics today, best illustrated by the fact that the Government’s main opposition party have no women in the Dáil.   380 more words

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McGahon defends council staff following criticism from fellow councillors

Newly-appointed Fine Gael councillor John McGahon has defended the staff of Louth County Council after they came under fire from fellow local representatives over a failure to supply staff contact list to those elected to the local authority for the first time six weeks ago. 471 more words

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