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Shiners New Leader – Same old Story

SINN Féin president-elect Mary Lou McDonald has been told to spend her time dealing with “dark and sinister elements” in her party rather than attending commemoration events linked to the IRA. Ms McDonald is facing criticism from Unionists and Fine Gael for attending a wreath-laying ceremony in Castlewellan, Co Down last weekend. The event commemorated […]

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St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union – Jan 2018 Draw winners

Congratulations to all January 2018 Winners with St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union, and especially to our Retired members who are shown in the winning list below. St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union – Jan 2018 Draw winners Hyundai i40 Niall McKiernan, Cavan Garda Station, Co. Cavan 5 x €1,000 winners James Lennon, Bray Garda Station, Co. […]

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Ruling out ‘insiders’ in favour of a CEO-style Garda chief could be a big mistake

HOPEFULLY the coming year will see the appointment of a new Garda commissioner to lead and manage the force into the next decade and beyond. The speculation by self-appointed and mostly unqualified police analysts will be intense, all espousing their views as to whether the new incumbent should be a so-called ‘outsider’, ‘insider’, ‘civilian’ or […]

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Public belief in Garda role ‘unshaken’

The many controversies surrounding the Garda Síochána have not shaken the public’s belief in its essential role, according to the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland chairwoman Kathleen O’Toole. “We have received numerous complaints, but just as many compliments about the work of the gardaí,” Ms O’Toole said at a public consultation in […]

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Secret deal allows Sinn Fein TD to pick up entire salary

Did you or anyone else actually think it was otherwise?  Sinners only interested in everyone else’s business how dare anyone enquire into their sordid business. A Sinn Fein TD struck a secret deal with the party which allows him to draw down his entire Dail salary, the Herald can reveal. Dublin North West deputy Dessie […]

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Fraudsters must be prosecuted for false car claims: ex-judge

FRAUDSTERS making false car insurance claims are getting away with it because they are not being prosecuted, a leading judicial figure said. Former High Court president Nicholas Kearns warned Ireland has a huge problem with fraudulent motor claims, and there appeared to be no punishment for lying in court. Meanwhile, insurers have been accused of […]

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