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The establishment of a fire brigade for South Connemara and defending the rights of people to cut turf will be key election priorities for Republican Sinn Féin’s Tomás Ó Curraoin.
David Norris’ bid to enter the presidential election looks like being dealt another blow in Galway as he is almost certain to receive neither speaking time nor the support of the Galway City Council.
THE worst kept secret in local politics was confirmed on Wednesday afternoon when Kilkenny TD Phil Hogan landed the plum job of Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government.
The Fine Gael election strategists in Mayo can revel in tremendous success after all four candidates secured four out of five seats — an unprecedented result in the history of Irish politics. “It was a dream campaign,” chairman of the strategy campaign, former county councillor Paddy McGuinness, told the Mayo Advertiser.
The election is over! Bring on the next one! After the marathon counts in Galway East and Galway West, there cannot be many people who want another election too soon.
FINE GAEL TD Leo Varadkar launched 32 year-old Senator John Paul Phelan’s election campaign last Friday evening saying that Senator Phelan is part of a new generation of politicians, who believes in politics and is in politics because he believes it is a noble profession through which he can achieve good things,
The appointment of Micheál Martin TD as Úachtarán Fhianna Fáil marks a new era for Irish politics, according to Minister of State for Labour Affairs, Mayo TD Dara Calleary.
Mayo County Councillor and Director of Elections for Fianna Fáil Damien Ryan was accused of risking the lives of other motorists by driving dangerously on a twisted treacherous stretch of road at Galway District Court this week. Ryan has been fined a total of €800 and disqualified from driving for two years.
Mayo county councillor and FF director of elections fined €800 and disqualified for dangerous driving
A Fianna Fail Mayo County Councillor who risked the lives of other motorists by driving dangerously on a twisted treacherous stretch of road has been fined a total of €800 and disqualified from driving.
Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan told the Mayo Advertiser this week that he is giving serious consideration to putting forward his name for nomination to run for the party in the upcoming general election.