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McGahon goes above and beyond to help Carlingford twins vote

Local councillor John McGahon went above and beyond the call of duty to help two brothers vote in today’s marriage equality referendum.

The Fine Gael representative for Dundalk-Carlingford received a phone call from twins Cillian and Gearoid McDonald to say they were stranded in Dublin and wanted to get home to vote. 55 more words

Local News

Civil War politics lives on?: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (18th May 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 18th May 2015 

Only a day after the latest Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll comes the second in the series of Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI… 5,436 more words

Fianna Fail

What's Another Poll?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll (17th May 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 16th May 2015 

We’ve been waiting – not a long time – since the last opinion poll and a new Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes  5,399 more words

Fianna Fail

Towards 2016

But let FG/FF/LAB be, FG are dead and gone,
They’re with DOB/KMPG/IBRC in the grave.
Their hopes of two terms in government gone.
Their secrets of corruption exposed: they’re hidden in the grave. 270 more words

Proposed Legislation: Another Disgraceful Attack

Press Release


People Before Profit Alliance Cork


Jim O’Connell, a spokesperson for the People Before Profit Alliance in Cork City slams the latest disgraceful attack by the government on the people of this country. 214 more words

Water Charges

75% of Social Housing to be Private Sector #Right2Housing #Not1Pipe

The Fine Gael-Labour Housing policy Social Housing 2020  could be summarised thus: Gov. spending some money, a lot of it money that was being spent anyway, but not providing actual social housing and instead looking after those who are always looked after – developers, landlords, and banks. 694 more words


DON’T WRITE OR CALL - DON'T RESPOND AT ALL #IrishWater #Not1Pipe #SiteServ #Privatisation


Water charges were brought in by Fianna Fail and The Green Party in 2010.
Fine Gael and Labour are implementing them. 232 more words