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Garda Paul Tierney – Record Attempt on Friday Next.

Best Wishes to Garda Paul Tierney. Garda Paul Tierney who served at Roxboro Road (Limerick), Cobh & Glanmire Stations is currently on a career-break from the force. The former Cork GAA Hurling Star is now living in the town of Ambleside in the English Lake District – which is regarded as the hub for the […]

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Ross aide ‘hounded’ Boxer for news on opening of garda station in Stepaside

By Cormac McQuinn Sunday Independent June 9 2019 Shane Ross has defended the “hounding” of his ministerial colleague Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran over the timetable for reopening the garda station in Stepaside. It comes after the emergence of text messages showing how Mr Ross’s adviser sought updates from Mr Moran’s staff on the controversial €1.5m project. […]

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Families join in bid to stop killers being granted day release

Maeve Sheehan from Sunday Independent 9th. June 2019 Relatives have found their voice as they fight to keep the murderers of their loved ones behind bars, writes Maeve Sheehan Ronan Quinn was 14 when his childhood friend murdered his mother. Ronan had tonsillitis that day. His mother, Christine, took him to the doctor in Kilkenny […]

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Review of 41 death cases shows errors on Garda database

From Sunday Independent 9th. June 2019 by Maeve Sheehan Customs and revenue offences not listed on Pulse system A review of how 41 suspicious deaths were classified and investigated by gardai has exposed serious flaws in the force’s intelligence database and also investigative shortcomings. The review found that the Garda vetting system has been put […]

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Pay-Pension Parity; Lobbying by the Alliance of Retired Public Servants’. Continues writes Joe Dirwan – Central Committee.

The campaign by the Garda Retired Members’ Association (GSRMA) in collaboration with their colleagues in the Alliance continues unabated with several meetings taking place with officials in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPERS), political parties and Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU). The central committee approved priority areas which has direct relevance to […]

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Garda will not face charges for shooting murderer

Article from Irish Times by Conor Lally. Why did it take 12 months to reach this decision. Obvious from the start the Garda acted lawfully at all times, in the face of adversity. An armed Garda member, who fired the shot that killed the man who abducted and murdered Jastine Valdez last year, will face […]

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TV Licence Inspectors, 20 part-time positions nationwide for An Post

An Post is currently setting up a panel for Outdoor Temporary Part-time TV Licence Inspectors. We have positions in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Galway, Drogheda and Naas. We are seeking suitable candidates internally and externally. Have you experience working with customers? Are you energetic, enthusiastic and dependable? Have you a flexible attitude and approach to […]

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Diving Death of Foundation Garda Advisor

GSRMA are deeply saddened at the tragic death of Garda Dave Aherne. We remember his wife and children at this time. As well as his serving colleagues in Waterford. May he rest in peace. Dave was an advisor on police water rescue to the Foundation. He was a highly qualified and experienced police diver which […]

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How to Live Better for Longer

Since 2009 I suffered with type 2 diabetes, despite ending up on max medication to no avail. Two months with Dr Eva, I’ve practically reversed my diabetes and am no longer on medication. Sleep Apnoea gone. Cholesterol back to normal & most importantly two stone lighter on her medically managed diet. Dr Eva Orsmond examines […]

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