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Savvy Seniors head to the GAA Museum this May

Savvy Seniors head to the GAA Museum this May The GAA Museum is offering a special senior discount on the Croke Park Stadium Tour and GAA Museum for the month of May to celebrate Bealtaine Are you over 60 and looking for a fun day out this May? One of Dublin’s top attractions, the […]

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A European funded Project, organised by Co-Operation Ireland and supported by Donegal County Council

A European funded Project, organised by Co-Operation Ireland and supported by Donegal County Council is being put in place, benefiting retired members of An Garda Síochána (GSRMA), Irish Defense Forces (IDF) and Customs & Excise Officers.(C&E) A preliminary meeting between former members of the Army and Gardaí attended by GSRMA members Jim Gallagher, Michael Forde […]

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New Business Venture

New Business Venture We are seeking an enthusiastic retired Garda with a professional disposition who may be interested in a new business opportunity and seeking an exciting new challenge. This new business venture involved providing support services to a profitable, thriving sector of the legal and financial industries. The suitable candidate would become a director […]

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St. Paul’s Garda Credit Union – March 2019 Draw winners

Ford Kuga Titanium winner Ms Annette Leonard, Garda Staff, Sligo Garda Station 5 Winners of €1,000 Mr Padraig O’Leary, Nenagh Garda Station Family member – Mrs Lorraine Twomey, Macroom, Co. Cork Mr Paul O ‘Flynn, Ballygunner, Co. Waterford Retired member – Mr William G Powell, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny Mr Shane Doody, Tullyallen, Co. Louth Congratulations […]

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Constables shot dead in ambush not forgotten

{Letter to Editor from today’s Irish Independent} JOE O’TOOLE expresses concern about the two RIC constables shot dead in the Soloheadbeg ambush on January 21, 1919, and that there are no plaques for the two men who died and that they were unlikely to be included in centenary commemorations (‘Why names of two RIC men […]

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Human rights report hits out at Ireland for denying gardaí the right to strike

{Report from today’s Irish Independent by Shane Phelan} IRELAND has been criticised by a Europe-wide human rights and democracy organisation for denying gardaí the right to strike. A report published today by a Council of Europe committee also hit out at restrictions which prohibit police representative organisations from joining national employees’ groups. The report by […]

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Forensic Accompaniment Volunteers Needed by Cari

Do you have a few hours to offer? Would you like to VOLUNTEER with                      CARI? CARI are recruiting VOLUNTEERS for Child & Family Accompaniment in Rotunda Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) We currently NEED VOLUNTEERS to train as ACCOMPANIMENT OFFICERS – to accompany and support children and their families, through their forensic medical examination […]

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Taking realistic approach to social media

{ From Irish Times of Tuesday 22nd. January 2019 – GSRMA say don’t fear it embrace Social Media, but do so wisely } ‘I’m so glad I grew up when I did and enjoyed living in the real world,” said my hubby in reference to the two bowed heads sitting beside him scrolling through their […]

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