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Brexit risk to €5 pension hike

From today’s {19th August} Irish Independent by Hugh O’Connell POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT No-deal warning: UK crash-out fears dampen Budget plans, as leaked documents reveal hard Border is likely THE €5 hike to the State pension and weekly social welfare payments is in jeopardy, as Brexit fears spark a major Budget battle in Fianna Fáil. Despite the […]

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HISTORICAL AND RECONCILIATORY POLICE (HARP) Society – St Paul of the Cross Church, Mount Argus, Dublin D6W

HISTORICAL AND RECONCILIATORY POLICE (HARP Society, an affiliate of the GSRMA). The President of the GSRMA and the HARP Society extend a warm welcome to all police families and their friends to the eight annual interdenominational ceremony for the RIC and DMP fallen: At St Paul of the Cross Church, Mount Argus, Dublin D6W On […]

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Retirement Function of Superintendent of Martin Fitzgerald

To Celebrate the Service in An Garda Síochána of Superintendent Martin Fitzgerald You are invited to a Function at Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney, Co. Dublin on Wednesday the 14th August 2019 from 6pm to 8pm (Speeches at 6.30pm) Any Enquiries to: Chief Superintendent Anne Marie Cagney 087 0601636 D/Superintendent Pat Conlon 087 2369270 Superintendent Martin […]

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‘Our mission continues – to build a republic of liberty for all’

{From Irish Independent Tuesday 22nd. January 2019 – Celebrations and Remberance begin Mansion House 100 years later} Just 90 minutes before the assembly, the Mansion House on Dublin’s Dawson Street had hosted an ‘entertainment’ for the expatriated prisoners of war from Germany after World War I The street was decked with Union Jacks and bunting. […]

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Pay talks Update 7.30pm Wednesday night 7th. June : Government pay and pension proposals not yet tabled at talks

Government pay and pension proposals not yet tabled at talks Measures on increasing the level of Saturday working have been diluted Talks on a new public service agreement are still underway between the Government and representatives of its 300,000 employees. It is understood the Government has still not formally tabled its proposals on pay and […]

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Alliance of Retired Public Servants enter Pension Restoration talks with Pubic Expenditure & Reform

Today, Thursday 25th. May 2017, the Alliance of Retired Public Servants, to which Garda Siochana Retired Members’ Association are affiliated, entered talks with Department of Public Expenditure & Reform, on the vexed question of the restoration of our Pensions. While early indications are that the talks have an air of optimism, and anticipation, there appears […]

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Anglo Irish Boss Fitzpatrick his trial collapses & ODCE are in the Spotlight

Former head of ODCE declines to comment on FitzPatrick case ODCE says it has undergone ‘significant change’ since Paul Appleby’s time in charge Former director of corporate enforcement Paul Appleby has declined to comment on whether he will co-operate with a report ordered into the agency’s role in relation to the trial of Seán FitzPatrick. The Minister […]

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