Archive for the category: ‘Featured’

8. 11. 2018

Positive Progress for CF Patients in Beaumont

On Tuesday I welcomed Cystic Fibrosis patients and families to a briefing in Leinster House to inform them that the Beaumont Hospital CF Inpatient Unit will formally go through the […]

2. 11. 2018

Multifaceted Approach Needed to Tackle Anti-Social Behaviour on Public Transport

I have called for new multifaceted measures to tackle anti-social behaviour on public transport. This week’s incident on the DART marks the latest in a long list of anti-social incidents […]

31. 10. 2018

Great News on New Howth/Donaghmede Educate Together Secondary School

I have welcomed the news that a new Educate Together Secondary School for the Howth/Donaghmede area has been given the go ahead this morning by the Department of Education. This […]

19. 10. 2018

Removal of Blasphemy from Constitution a Positive Move

I have urged the electorate to back a Yes vote to remove blasphemy from the constitution next Friday, Oct. 26th. In recent years Ireland has sent a proud message to […]

4. 10. 2018

Introduce Mandatory Sentencing for Burglars

INTRODUCE MANDATORY SENTENCING FOR BURGLARS – 5 YEAR SENTENCE FOR 2nd BURGLARY CONVICTION. – 8 YEAR SENTENCE FOR 3rd BURGLARY CONVICTION. – 10 YEAR SENTENCE FOR AGGRAVATED BURGLARY. I have […]

20. 9. 2018

Introduce a Statutory Duty of Care on Social Media

I have called for a duty of care to be introduced on social media companies. We had hoped that social media companies would heed our calls to do more to […]

14. 9. 2018

St Anne’ Park Decision is Great Victory for Local Residents

I am delighted by today’s decision by An Bord Pleanála to reject the proposed developments on playing fields in St. Anne’s Park. This victory would not have been possible without […]

10. 9. 2018

Oral Hearing Needed for Proposed Sewage Treatment Plant in Clonshaugh

Following the news that the waste water treatment facility in North Dublin has been delayed due to errors in its application, a public oral hearing is now required, given the […]

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