Archive for the category: ‘Drumcondra & Glasnevin’


6th May, 2012

This referendum presents you with an important decision. Jobs and economic recovery in Ireland depend on European countries working together to overcome the Eurozone......

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New school buildings

13th March, 2012

The Government announced our new school building programme yesterday. This represents our commitments for new facilities for our term in office. I’m delighted that......

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Future of Fitzgibbon Street Garda Station

26th October, 2011

Residents continue to question me about the future of Fitzgibbon Street Garda Station. As you know, there are plans to temporarily close the station......

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The Wonderful Glasnevin Cemetery

28th March, 2011

Spent the morning meeting the Chief Executive of the Dublin Cemeteries Committee. Why?   Because Glasnevin Cemetery is an amazing part of Dublin Central.......

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A view from the Botanic Gardens on the first day of ’11.

1st January, 2011

A big year for me. Stillness in the Botanic Gardens before the action begins. Best wishes to you for the New Year....

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Water Supply: Update from Dublin City Council

21st December, 2010

The water situation as reported this morning was production at 552.4Mld and demand at 545.9Mld i.e. a net gain of 6.5Mld. We now have......

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Dublin water supply update over the weekend

18th December, 2010

The water situation as reported this morning was production at 551Mld and demand at 541Mld i.e. a net gain of 10Mld. The regime of......

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24th November, 2010

November 2010. Dear Resident, METRO NORTH PLANNING UPDATE I am writing to provide you with an update on the decision taken by An Bord......

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On the 11th hour of the 11th day

12th November, 2010

Yesterday morning in the Seanad my Senator colleague Joe Reilly raised the need for a minutes silence to remember those Irish men and women......

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3rd November, 2010

A dramatic day. The Order of Business was over shadowed by the news (viatext) that Pearse Doherty had a good morning in the High......

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