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Details of "Samhain 2016" in Marlay Park from Neale Richmond and Emma Blain -Fine Gael

A leaflet giving Details of The “Samhain 2016” activities for Halloween in Marlay Park from Senator Neale Richmond and Cllr Emma Blain of Fine Gael.
Many thanks to the sender.

Irish Politics

Fitzgibbon Street Garda Station refurbishment - UPDATE

In July, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny confirmed that our Fine Gael-led Government would oversee the re-opening of #FitzgibbonStreet Garda Station.

Today, myself and Minister Paschal Donohoe spent the afternoon with the Taoiseach, local residents and officials from the OPW as well as our Chief Superintendent and other Gardaí to discuss the Garda requirements for the refurbished station and how those requirements are provided for. 33 more words


Fine Gael ministers held a fund raising dinner in the Shelbourne Hotel where big legal and accountancy companies shelled out €550 a table to allow their representatives to run shoulders with government Ministers. 285 more words

Ministerial Responsibility and Liability

Simon, I’m sure I handed on that file!

Not a hope, Leo. I’ve never seen it before.

The ongoing scandal concerning the deliberate downgrading of what used to be Waterford Regional Hospital in favour of Cork raises interesting legal questions, particularly regarding the liability of a Minister for the actions of his own department, and in this instance, the omissions of the Minister himself. 1,085 more words

Democracy; Ireland; Fine Gael; Labour; Sinn Fein; Workers; Constitution

Contact Card from Senator Neale Richmond of Fine Gael

A card from Fine Gael Dublin Rathdown based Senator Neale Richmond with his contact details and a brief bio. His website.
Many thanks to the sender

Irish Politics

Part 5: Assessing Ireland's Open Library Initiative

Is the open library initiative simply another cost-cutting Fine Gael policy and do you trust your local and national political representatives?

There is always a right way or a wrong way to do things in any endeavour. 920 more words

Open Library