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Labour succumb to neo-liberalism

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Insider spotted Labour Galway West TD Derek Nolan out knocking doors the other evening. He can only hope Dep Nolan’s appearance on the doorsteps does not impact too negatively on the Yes vote for marriage equality.

Enhancing role of MABS in new personal insolvency legislation would help indebted citizens - says Kyne

Fine Gael Galway West TD Seán Kyne yesterday called for the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) to be given a more central role in the Personal Insolvency Legislation.

Economic potential of the west ignored

Government investment for infrastructural projects in the West of Ireland is not a waste of money but an investment in job creation, transport, and economic growth.

Government investment programme sees Western Rail Corridor shelved until at least 2016

The hopes of having Mayo linked up to the rest of the Western Rail Corridor in the near future were dealt a severe blow yesterday when the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform published the Government’s planned Infrastructure and Capital Investment programme from 2012 to 2016. Among the items mentioned in the publication was the Western Rail Corridor; the report states that the next phase of the corridor has been deferred for consideration in 2015 in advance of the next public capital programme.

Jobs and revenue lost as illicit fuel trade thrives – O’Mahony

Hundreds of jobs are being lost and the State is losing huge sums in revenue due to the continued growth in the trading of illicit fuel, according to Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, who raised the issue in the Dáil this week. Deputy O’Mahony, who said he is aware that the illicit trade of fuel is widespread throughout the country, added that he understood that one of the illicit trade operations that was uncovered had the capacity to launder up to 18 million litres per annum, with a loss to the State of €9 million.


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