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This is a modern, bright and spacious house located close to the Thomastown train station and Mount Juliet Golf and Country Club.
“It is entirely up to the people of Carlow Kilkenny as to what they do with their votes but unless there are two seats in this constituency there may not be a senior minister position.” That’s the warning from incoming Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, in last week’s Kilkenny Advertiser. So what happened to picking the best person for the job? Surely that’s what we’re electing this government for, not to return favours to vote getters, regardless of their ability? We’ve seen enough gobshites topping the poll over the years, Bertie Ahern, Padraig Flynn, Jackie Healy-Rae immediately spring to mind, and dragging in a second or even a third candidate on their coat tails. We want the best man or woman for the job, Mr Kenny, the days of returning favours are over. If you don’t believe me ask the IMF or the ECB.
Election fever is taking over — the posters were up, blew down and have been put back up again after the inclement windy weather.
It has been a watershed for the Government this week, we are leaking politicians like one of the burst pipes spurting water during the big thaw.
Dragon, Bobby Kerr or TD John McGuinness — who would you like to Serve it Up to you on Saturday November 13?
Green Party TD for Carlow/Kilkenny Mary White has said the Green Party is to pursue an ambitious reform agenda in the next Dáil term.
Smoke-filled room, Leinster House. Wednesday evening. Around teatime— Testing wan, two three. Let the meeting of the Cabinet begin. Say the prayer, Tanaiste.
In the space of 10 days the Greens have been hit by a double whammy of resignations and plunged into a public bickering match with their coalition colleagues Fianna Fáil.
The new local election ward of Galway City West - formerly and confusingly known as the South Ward - is located around Salthill, Knocknacarra, and the Claddagh. This ward now has a new section adjacent to Taylor’s Hill.
Nigerians Paul Osikoya and Tokie Lotan broke new ground in Galway politics when they became the first non-nationals to run for elections to the Galway City Council in 2004.