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Phelan welcomes probe into establishment of university

THE new Government has already confirmed that it is committed to exploring the establishment of a multi-campus University in the South East, Fine Gael TD, John Paul Phelan, has confirmed.

With elections over — there’s work to be done

What a week it has been. It was a great weekend for Fine Gael — they couldn’t have asked for more in Carlow Kilkenny. They had been hopeful of securing two seats — but to have gained three was a huge bonus for the party locally.

Last chance for candidates to fight for your votes

With just days left until General Election 2011, the Advertiser would like to offer you the opportunity to put your questions to a panel of your local candidates in a public forum.

Vote of sympathy for the late Kieran Phelan

Fine Gael councillor Mary Hilde Cavanagh proposed a vote of sympathy for the family of the late Senator Kieran Phelan following his recent death,

Thirty three primary school principals retire in last three years

Information released by Fine Gael senator in Carlow-Kilkenny, John Paul Phelan shows that 33 principals resigned from primary schools in the two counties in the last three years and this is having a serious impact on children, teachers, and parents.

Good news as Government increases guarantee on savings

Carlow Kilkenny Fine Gael Senator John Paul Phelan has welcomed the announcement by the Government that it has raised the Irish deposit guarantee to €100,000 for savers.

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Phelan feelin’ confident about Euro chances

It has been confirmed that Kilkenny Fine Gael Senator John Paul Phelan is to run in the European elections this June.

Fine Gael TD barred from meeting with Defence Minister – Bannon

Deputy for Longford/Westmeath James Bannon has said that democracy was ill served on Wednesday by Fianna Fail Defence Minister, Willie O’Dea, who along with Fianna Fail Deputy Peter Kelly refused to allow the Fine Gael Deputy on the area to attend this important meeting for the future of Connolly Barracks, Co Longford.

Hothouse Flowers to play for theatre opening in Carlow

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The iconic VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Arts and The George Bernard Shaw Theatre will celebrate its opening on Saturday September 26, with a carnival-themed fun day.


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