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This festive season, the HSE is encouraging people to get active. At this time of year, with the shorter days, rain and cold, sitting by the fire watching TV often feels like the best option. However, getting more active is a great way to improve your mood and enjoy the festive cheer, with the added benefit of helping to burn off extra calories from the party season.
We rarely have presidential elections in the State. If you are under 55, you will only have had the opportunity to vote in two such elections. Make the most of the rare opportunity next week, and have your say in voting for our next Head of State.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Small Business John McGuinness has said the hundreds of small firms which supply goods to Superquinn supermarkets must be protected.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Small Business John McGuinness TD has said the rise in the ECB interest rate will heap enormous pressure on businesses and families struggling with their mortgage repayments.
As a year of potentially enormous political significance begins, The Tallyman has decided to look at the prospects for each party, both on a national and local level. The Tallyman cannot recall a time of more political uncertainty, and the predictions made today may seem very foolish in two or three months time. The Tallyman firmly believes that the result of the election could also differ considerably depending on the date it is held. Is the 'Gilmore Gale' still blowing? Will Brian Cowen even lead FF into battle? Has Enda Kenny silenced his doubters? Will disaffected members of the public support SF in unprecedented numbers? How many more sitting TD's will opt out? Are the Greens already a spent force? So much uncertainty, and so much anger. So much to lose, and so much to win. The Tallyman has decided to sum up the reasons he would vote 'for' or 'against' each party.
Newly-appointed Junior Minister at the Department of Equality and Integration Carlow Kilkenny’s Mary White has said that she understands the pain of Fianna Fail TDs in Carlow-Kilkenny who are none too pleased at the news of her appointment, as she has been there herself.
Kilkenny County Council is taking traffic calming measures to combat speeding cars and to cope with the overall increase in traffic on the Old Golflinks Road, Johnswell Road, Newpark Drive and Lovers Lane
Kilkenny’s outspoken Junior Minister John Mc Guinness found himself in hot water this week as workers’ unions from around the country exploded about comments he made about public service workers at the weekend.
Opening scene of the Oireachtas Report Christmas Special, Minister McGuinness™ is at the front of a snow-covered Leinster House, surrounded by carol singers, ISME, IBEC, and the Public Sector Unions. He sings:
Prior to his imminent trade mission with the Taoiseach to Japan this weekend, Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise and Trade John Mc Guinness took some time out to discuss the Irish economy, the public sector, Beverley Cooper Flynn, local elections, local government and more with the Kilkenny Advertiser.