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The Office of Public Works (OPW) invites applications for appointment to the position of Part-Time General Operative Band 3 Dublin (Constable) in the Dublin area.

Link with position https://www.opw.ie/en/recruitment/current/articleheading,39786,en.html COMPETITION REF: 2019047 The Office of Public Works (OPW) invites applications for appointment to the position of Part-Time General Operative Band 3 Dublin (Constable) in the Dublin area. If you are interested in being considered for the above position and are satisfied that you meet the criteria as outlined in the […]

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GSRMA Draw Winners

Congratulations to all our recent Draw Winners Summer Draw – Each receives €500 1. Michael Quinlivan – Donegal North Branch 2. Maureen Cannon – Dun Laoghaire Branch 3. Kevin Moynihan – Clare Branch 4. Angela Moloney – Dublin North Branch 5. Benedict P. Mills – Carlow Branch Website – Each receives €50 1. June/Summer: Timothy […]

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National Federation of Pensioners Association (NFPA) -Protest at Govt. Buildings 1st October 2019

The NFPA to which GSRMA are fully affiliated, have stated that a public protest on behalf of pensioners will be held at Government Buildings Dublin on Tuesday 1st October 2019 1pm to 2pm. NFPA represent eighteen(18) affiliated retiree groups, numbering c.28,000. This initiative is fully supported by the Alliance of Retired Public Servants in respect […]

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A 100 Birthday wishes to our colleague Sean Tighe

Garda Síochána Retired Members’ Association (GSRMA) send the warmest of Birthday wishes to our esteemed colleague Sean Tighe who celebrates his 100th. birthday today.. Sean is a member of Fermoy Branch, but resides in Naas with his daughter. In 1947 Sean was awarded a Gold Scott Medal for his bravery in the apprehension of armed […]

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NADIR OF THE BREXIT PROCESS MEANS PREPARE FOR WORST

Editorial Comment from today’s Irish Independent (5th. September) IF BREXIT was conceived – as it sometimes seems – purely as an experiment by a cabal of ill-advised politicians to outsmart reality, they have come undone for now. Their zeal for their project took them a long way, but their progress was halted on encountering an […]

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Upcoming Challenges for GSRMA in Pay-Parity. Writes Joe Dirwan, Central Committee.

The key pension issues facing Garda Síochána Retired Members’ (GSRMA) are pension restoration, pension increases and negotiation rights. After the expiration of the current Public Service Sectorial Agreement (PSSA) on the 31st December, 2020, the Public Service Pension Deductions (Pension Levy) will have finished for most members. A small cohort will remain subject to the […]

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