Niall Collins, 41, is an accountant having worked with Ernst & Young and is a former lecturer at Limerick Institute of Technology. Prior to his election to Dáil Éireann Niall was deputy CEO of the Shannon Regional Fisheries Board. Niall now works full time as a public representative. Married to Eimear, they have one son, Conor and one daughter Kealon. Niall has a keen and active playing interest in sports including GAA and Rugby.
Pallasgreen – O’Dwyer’s Bar 9.30pm
Bruff – Jack Clancy’s Bar 8.15pm
Kilmallock – Flanagan’s Bar 7.30pm
Newcastle West – Desmond Complex 6.30pm
Patrickswell – Cuchulainn Bar 2pm
Abbeyfeale – Michael Lane & Co. Solicitors 11am
Any other location by appointment
First elected to Dail Eireann in 2007 and returned in 2011. Previously served as a member of Limerick County Council since 2004 representing the Bruff electoral area. Presently the Fianna Fail Justice and Equality Spokesperson and member of Oireachtas Justice Committee. Previous positions include Public Accounts Committee and Fianna Fail National Campaign Director in the successful campaign to retain Seanad Eireann in which Fianna Fail was the only political party to campaign to retain the Seanad.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for Justice and Equality, Niall Collins TD has stated that the dramatic cut of funding to the Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) is short-sighted and undermines the Government’s commitment to tackling sexual violence in Ireland. The ending of all funding from Tulsa to the RCNI effectively shuts down the network completely. Speaking […]
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Justice Niall Collins has welcomed the Central Statistics Office review of the quality of garda crime data which has revealed that one in five crimes reported to gardaí in 2011 didn’t appeared as ‘recorded crimes’ on the official garda system. Deputy Collins said it’s clear that gardaí are under resourced and cuts […]