Search Results for 'Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern'

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Kilkenny Courthouse gets dramatic and fitting opening

The ribbon was cut on Kilkenny’s new courthouse on Friday last when the Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern visited Kilkenny to carry out the official ceremony.

Calleary welcomes progress on Anglo Irish Bank investigation

Mayo Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for State, Dara Calleary has reported that some 100,000 documents have been analysed as part of the ongoing Anglo Irish Bank investigation. Dep Calleary received details of the ongoing extensive Garda enquiry into Anglo Irish Bank after questioning Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern on the issue in the Dáil recently.

Castlebar councillor wants action on home drink deliveries

Castlebar town councillor Harry Barrett has called on the Government to take steps to regulate the home delivery of alcohol and particular to prevent deliveries to those under age.

Safety of elderly people jeopardised by cuts – Ring

The safety of vulnerable elderly people in their own homes is being put at risk by massive cuts in the funding allocated under the Community Support for Older People Scheme; cuts to the Garda budget; the continued downgrading of rural Garda stations; and a minuscule allocation of community gardaí, according to Fine Gael’s Michael Ring.

Ban on recruitment means rural gardaí not being replaced

A moratorium on recruitment and promotions in the public sector means that Ballycastle garda station is without any garda personnel. In fact rural garda stations across Mayo have been severely impacted by the number of officers retiring in the county.

Businesses come to terms with new drink sale laws

Irish businesses were last evening coming to terms with the effects of strict new regulations governing the sale and possession of alcohol, which aim to curb public disorder and eliminate underage drinking.

Businesses come to terms with new drink sale laws

Irish businesses were last evening coming to terms with the effects of strict new regulations governing the sale and possession of alcohol, which aim to curb public disorder and eliminate underage drinking.

Joint policing committees in the pipeline for Mayo

Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has welcomed the introduction of joint policing committees in Mayo which he said will help local communities manage anti-social behaviour and maximise alternatives to crime.

Ministers due to meet Erris community groups last night

Last night (Thursday) an open meeting was due to take place between Government Ministers Eamon Ryan and Eamon Ó Cuív with community groups Pobal Chill Chomáin, Pobal Le Chéile, Rossport Solidarity Camp, Shell To Sea (Mayo), and members of the Erris community at Inver Community Hall.

Nevin asks where is Garda HQ for Renmore

An increase in antisocial behaviour and the activities of boy-racers make a Garda HQ for Renmore - promised more than three years ago - a necessity.

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