Most people seem pretty depressed about this new Dail. But there’s cause for optimism, if you look a little closer. Let’s get the two big concerns out of the way. First, it’s unstable. Fianna Fail will only ‘facilitate’ Fine Gael Read More >
More items are needed for Ireland- Calais Refugee Solidarity. Thank you to everyone who has so far donated to South Dublin / Wicklow Calais Refugee Solidarity collection at my office in Greystones. They need the following items: RUBBISH BAGS Read More >
There’s been so much talk about a housing crisis in Wicklow, that for many, it’s probably fading into the background noise. But imagine this – you’re living in your home and have been paying your mortgage for years. You have Read More >
This week I spoke to childcare providers about the need for investment in early childhood education.
Today, Fine Gael / Labour’s property tax will be rushed through the Dáil. Yet again the Government is using the guillotine to stifle debate (something they promised to stop doing before the election). This tax is badly designed, poorly timed Read More >
The economic justification for selling the Coillte harvesting rights is questionable at best. Even if it wasn’t, we are selling part of our national identity.