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Generous retirement pots await Fine Gael trio

As reported today By Daniel McConnell Political Editor Fine Gael has now been in power since March 9, 2011, and just three of its 10 ministers appointed to the Cabinet that day remain at the table — Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste Simon Coveney, and newly appointed Communications Minister Richard Bruton. As a result of their years […]

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THE GARDA SURVIVORS SUPPORT ASSOCIATION CONCERT

THE GARDA SURVIVORS SUPPORT ASSOCIATION (GSSA) presents An Evening of Seasonal Music & Song featuring Fiona Murphy – Soprano In Concert with The Band of An Garda Siochana Music Director: Inspector Pat Kenny Compere: Ray Kennedy (RTE) at Westmanstown Sports and Conference Centre, Clonsilla, Dublin I 5 . On   Tuesday 27th November 2018 (performance starts […]

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St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union October 2018 Draw winners

St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union – Oct 2018 Draw winners Ford Mondeo Deirdre O’Brien, Upper Cloghroe, Co. Cork 5 x €1,000 winners Barry Roche, Blackrock Garda Station, Co. Dublin Mrs Noreen Sheehy, Athea, Co. Limerick Denis Hegarty, Upper Glanmire, Co. Cork Leanne Harraghy, Westport Garda Station, Co. Mayo Deborah Gillespie, Tuam, Co. Galway

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Suspension of Garda head of HR sought by Drew Harris

AS reported in todays media: Garda Commissioner Requests Minister take immediate action against John Barrett Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has asked Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan to immediately suspend one of the highest-ranked civilians in the Garda Síochána. The commissioner sought the suspension of John Barrett, the Garda’s head of human resources, following disagreements between him and another senior Garda […]

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Disclosures tribunal – extracts from third Interim Report – as published today

Disclosures tribunal: Martin Callinan told TD that Maurice McCabe was sex abuser, tribunal finds Charleton finds no evidence Nóirín O’Sullivan played any ‘hand act or part’ in smear campaign The Charleton Tribunal has found that the then Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan told a Dáil deputy in early 2014 that whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe had sexually […]

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FORENSIC ACCOMPANIMENT OFFICERS VOLUNTEERS

CARI (Children at Risk Ireland) are seeking VOLUNTEERS for 2018 Award Winning Role of Child & Family Accompaniment Officer in Galway’s Child and Adolescent Sexual Assault Treatment Service  CARI currently NEED VOLUNTEERS to train as:  ACCOMPANIMENT OFFICERS – to accompany and support children and their families, through their forensic medical examination at the Galway CASATS Unit […]

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