Archive for the category: ‘Inner City’

Carnage on Dublin Streets Continues

8th January, 2009

Another inner city murder and the shooting incident in Kinsealy show that the government is continuing to lose the battle on gangland crime. Criminals......

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Statement by Fine Gael Dublin Central Senator Paschal Donohoe on the late Tony Gregory TD

2nd January, 2009

Responding to the tragic news of the death of Tony Gregory TD, Fine Gael constituency colleague Senator Paschal Donohoe said: ‘I would like to......

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Garda Numbers at the Coal-Face Down in 50% of Dublin Districts – Donohoe

22nd December, 2008

Figures obtained by Senator Paschal Donohoe show that community policing levels have fallen in 3 of the 6 policing districts for the Dublin region......

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Crime happening despite strong communities.

17th December, 2008

Senator Paschal Donohoe again raised the issue of safety and policing with the Minister for Justice. He spoke on the murder of Mr Aidan......

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Stronger policing, better support for families

11th December, 2008

Paschal raised the issue of criminal activity in inner city communities in Seanad Eireann. This is his below statement. “I refer to the murder......

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Crisis in Dublin rental properties: 1 in 4 not meeting minimum standards – Donohoe

10th December, 2008

Fine Gael Senator Paschal Donohoe has described the current situation with Dublin rental properties as a ‘crisis’. Figures obtained by Senator Donohoe from the......

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Public Meeting by Paschal and Richard Bruton on What Fine Gael would do differently

2nd December, 2008

Clarion Hotel, IFSC at 6pm Wednesday 3rd of December Budget 2009 mugged ordinary Irish families. And it mugged the elderly. That’s not forgivable, but......

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3rd November, 2008

Senator Paschal Donohoe, Councillor Mary O’Shea and Ray McAdam have made a joint submission to An Bord Pleanala on the Metro North planning application.......

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3rd November, 2008

Paschal has questioned the new development plans for Dublin Bay by the Dublin Port Company. Their plans to infill fifty two acres of Dublin......

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O’Devaney Gardens must not be left behind again!

30th October, 2008

Paschal raised the need for urgent action with the Minister for Environment in Seanad Eireann on  the O’Devaney Gardens Regeneration Project. He pointed to......

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