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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Culture of impunity is deeply embedded in An Garda Síochána

Opinion by Eddie Molloy management consultant and was member of Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland in today’s Irish Times 12th. August 2019. An Garda Síochána “simply ignored hundreds of recommendations contained in 11 inspectorate reports”. Latest round of reforms represents step backwards in relation to accountability. Concerns expressed about oversight of the […]

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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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Ex-garda killed as car crashes into fuel tanker

Extract from Irish Independent 2nd. August 2019 TRIBUTES have been paid to a former garda who died in a crash with a fuel tanker. Grandfather PJ Byrne died when the car he was driving collided with a fuel tanker on the R630 Midleton to Whitegate road in east Cork shortly before 7am yesterday. Mr Byrne, […]

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Two men quizzed after garda dragged by car along street

From Irish Independent 2nd. August 2019 TWO men are being quizzed by gardaí after a young officer was pulled into a car and dragged along the street in a shocking incident in Dublin city centre. Dramatic mobile phone footage has emerged of the incident at St Luke’s Avenue in Dublin 8 at around 11.45pm on […]

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Tax cuts at risk as Taoiseach says we should fear no deal

From Irish Independent 2nd. August 2019 Crash-out by the UK would be a ‘game changer’ and is ‘something to be afraid about’, says Varadkar TAX cuts for middle-income earners look set to be off the table in the Budget this October if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar […]

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Fair Deal crisis as elderly live longer than the HSE expects

Irish Independent 29th.July 2019 by Kevin Doyle GROUP POLITICAL EDITOR Waiting list jumps by 16pc in just three weeks :: Taxpayer bailout is likely amid funding fears A FUNDING crisis is looming for the Fair Deal scheme after the HSE failed to adequately budget for people living longer. The number of people waiting for a […]

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