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Aer Lingus dispute can be resolved without disruption for passengers – Dooley

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport Timmy Dooley TD has said “despite the collapse of talks at the Labour Relations Commission I believe there are grounds for a resolution to the dispute at Aer Lingus without the need for strike action on Tuesday.” Read More

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Údarás decision an attack on democracy – Kitt

The decision by the Government to scrap democratic elections to the board of Údarás is an attack on democracy and another example of broken promises from the Fine Gael/Labour Government, according to Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Gaeltacht Affairs Michael Kitt. Read More

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Labour blocks Seanad debate on stealth taxes ? ? Domhnaill

Fianna F?il Senator Brian ? Domhnaill has criticised the cynical moves by Labour Members of the Seanad to block attempts to hold a debate on the proposed introduction of a household charge. Read More

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Údarás scale-back would be disastrous for economy and for Irish language – Ó Domhnaill

Any decision by the Fine Gael/Labour Government to remove the job creation remit from Údáras na Gaeltachta would come as a major blow to the economy of the Gaeltacht and to the protection of our national language, according to Donegal Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill. Read More

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Ó Domhnaill presses Government for gorse fire compensation

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Carndonagh to get new Town Park - McConalogue

The new Town Park planned for Barrack Hill in Carndonagh will be a very significant addition to the town and local community according to local TD Charlie McConalogue. Deputy McConalogue has welcomed confirmation that funding has been approved for the project. “A total of €666,000 will be spent on the project with €500,000 approved this week from Inishowen Development Partnership combined with funding already secured from Inishowen Electoral Area Councillors meaning the project will be delivered. Read More

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Kelleher criticises complete lack of information on new special delivery unit

Spokesperson on Health Billy Kelleher has today expressed serious concerns about the lack of information being provided by the Minister for Health on the setting up of a new agency called the Special Delivery Unit (SDU) taking over the role of the National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF) in tackling waiting lists. Read More

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Cope meets with the Irish Taxation Institute to discuss CCCTB

On Tuesday 31 May, Pat the Cope Gallagher MEP met with representatives from the Irish Taxation Institute to discuss plans by the European Commission to introduce a common corporate tax base across the European Union. Read More

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Diplomatic cable reveals Gilmore deceived public to preserve popularity – Ó Fearghaíl

The release of a diplomatic cable regarding the Lisbon Treaty referendum shows clearly the cynicism of Labour Leader and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore as he told the Irish people the treaty was dead following its rejection, only to tell the US Ambassador t hat he expected and would support a second referendum. Read More

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Taoiseach rebrands pensions raid as a “solidarity contribution” – Collins

The Taoiseach’s attempts in the Dáil today to gloss over his Government’s unprecedented raid on private pensions by rebranding it a “solidarity contribution” will not wash with the public, according to Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Environment, Community and Local Government Niall Collins TD. Read More

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