Search Results for 'Gay Mitchell'

35 results found.

No winners in Norrisgate saga

image preview

There are no winners in this whole sorry saga. Sen David Norris’ bid to address the Galway City Council looks set to be rejected for a third time; Mayor Hildegarde Naughton looks certain to compound her new found reputation as Galway politics’ ‘Calamity Jane’, and Michael J Crowe has come out of this none too well either.

Tales from the Upper House

Austerity, reform, what do these words mean? Check out Roscommon Hospital.

Michael D Higgins on the campaign trail in Kilkenny

image preview

Irish presidential hopeful Michael D Higgins visited Kilkenny city last week, as he prepared to address the annual opening of the Labour Party’s Tom Johnson Summer School.

SMEs doing business in Europe

Castlebar Chamber of Commerce members Katie Cadden, PRO and Caroline Gordon, treasurer, attended the recent conference, SMEs Doing Business in Europe, in Dublin hosted by European Parliament and Commission Offices in Ireland in conjunction with Network Ireland and the Irish Export Association.

Local disappointment as Avril steps out of Europe

There has been widespread surprise at the news that stalwart MEP Avril Doyle is not to run in this summer’s local elections.

Young Fine Gael national conference to be held in the Midlands

Youth unemployment will be high on the agenda at this month’s Young Fine Gael National Conference, to to take place in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone from Friday February 20 to Sunday February 22.

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

The battle lines are drawn for June 5

The Government decision to combine the bye-elections with the Euro and Local elections considerably raises the stakes for all political parties on June 5. Voters’ verdicts will determine the fate of all party leaders and the timing of the next General Election.

Cowen’s ballot blues

MANY PUNDITS considered the forthcoming local and Euro elections almost an irrelevance to national politics. The positions to be filled were deemed to be unimportant, not having any impact on Government. This ignored a truism - elections create fundamental fault lines in politics.

 

Page generated in 0.0464 seconds.