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Local Fianna Fail members ‘lukewarm’ over Martin’s deal with former critic Keaveney

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“It smacks of ‘Candle In The Wind’ by Elton John!” the source said. “Colm Keaveney is all over the shop. I don’t know of anybody in Fianna Fáil who agrees with this.”

Local Fianna Fail members ‘lukewarm’ over Martin’s deal with former critic Keaveney

Suspicion and not enthusiasm in local Fianna Fail circles, has greeted the entry into the party of controversial TD Colm Keaveney, who had been seeking the move since early September.

Colm Keaveney - the kingmaker the next Labour leader might need?

One of the most engrossing political sagas of the current Dáil has been the venomous relationship between the Labour leadership and the party’s maverick Galway East TD Colm Keaveney.

Labour’s priority is to restore the economy and create jobs, says party chair Keaveney

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The Labour Party’s priority is to restore the economic fortunes of the country and to get people back to work, that is according to Galway East TD Colm Keaveney.

Road safety is a priority for this Government, says Deputy Keaveney

The Government has made road safety a key priority and this combined with individual responsibility can help reduce deaths in Galway, that is according to Colm Keaveney TD.

New social housing plan is grossly unfair, says Cllr Keaveney

A Galway county councillor has hit out at Government plans to introduce a Social Housing Leasing Iniative which has been described as “grossly unfair”.

Need to curb outsiders attending teenage discos

“If there are buses coming from Sligo and Galway to Castlebar for a teenage disco, there is only one thing on the people’s mind and that’s to abuse alcohol.” That was the opinion of Superintendent Willie Keaveney who was speaking at the Castlebar joint policing committee in relation to teenage discos in the town.

Gardaí enjoy increased powers to detect underage drinking

A proposal to introduce bye-laws to prevent drinking in public places is no longer necessary, as Gardaí have been given increased powers to stop this anti-social behaviour.

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