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Job Vacancy- Survey Interviewers CSO ( Central Statistics Office)

Job Vacancy – Survey Interviewers Central statistics Office CSO Household Survey Interviewers ( permanent and temporary) in the following counties Cavan, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Kilkenny, Longford, Mayo, Monaghan, Offaly Waterford, Westmeath, Wicklow Closing date for receipt of applications is 3 pm on Monday 9th December 2019 for further information and how to apply https://www.cso.ie/en/aboutus/careers/recruitment/surveyinterviewer/ GSRMA […]

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Sean Quinn & Fr. Oliver O’Reilly

Copy of letter sent to Sunday Independent by GSRMA Branch Secretary Wexford, Tony Fagan. Dear Editor, To hear that Sean Quinn had written to the Vatican regarding a sermon that Fr.Sean O’Reilly gave regarding the conduct of those responsible for the brutal assault on Mr. Lunny and continued threats to Quinn executives, is typical of […]

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Congratulations to GSRMA Member of Kildare North Branch on winning the latest Garda Post competition.

Congratulations to Arthur O’Hara on winning the latest Garda Post competition. The prize was for a 3 course meal for 2 people at George’s Hall Dublin Castle, this meal will be accompanied by classical entertainment between courses, serving tea/coffee and premium wines. Date: Sunday the 24th November @ 2pm Location: George’s Hall Dublin Castle More […]

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GSRMA deceased Member Jim McCawl memorial cycle

GSRMA member Jim(JJ)McCawl passed away unexpectedly in September. Jim was a keen cyclist and a long time supporter of the Children Medical and Research Foundation(CMRF) at Crumlin Childrens Hospital. His fundraising efforts over the years raised almost €2 million for this very worthwhile cause. His friends and family have organised, the Jim McCawl Memorial Cycle […]

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Kevin Lunney Attack Latest

Radio Interview Business programme RTE Radio One 9 11 2019 Latest BROADCAST • 10:00 • 9TH NOV 2019 It’s seven weeks after Kevin Lunney was tortured by a gang who abducted him from near his home in Fermanagh. During police raids of properties here and in England, a suspect died. He has been named as […]

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Competition Time with the GARDA Post– Dine like a Georgian!

Win 2 x tickets for a sumptuous afternoon lunch at George’s Hall in Dublin Castle as part of the Jonathan Swift Festival. This 3 course meal will be accompanied by classical entertainment between courses, serving tea/coffee and premium wines. Date: Sunday the 24th November @ 2pm Location: George’s Hall Dublin Castle Click the link below […]

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Thank God for Brexit: a cloak covering the void of vision and Donohoe’s ‘Bertienomics’

By Fionnán Sheahan Irish Independent Donohoe practises ‘Bertienomics’: keep shovelling in the cash Big spender: The Finance Minister has gone from Prudent Paschal to Determined Donohoe. Then we’d get the real policies on economic development, housing, health and education. The ones that are being hidden away out of sight at the moment – because of […]

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Families gain from inheritance tax change

THERE was some cheer for people with assets who want to pass them on to their children without paying tax. The tax-free threshold for inheritance tax went up to €335,000. This means a parent can leave a son or daughter an inheritance, typically a house, worth up to this amount before capital acquisitions tax (CAT) […]

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