Irish Rail have published draft changes to the 2016 commuter service, the commute for Greystones users is getting longer, with no additional Darts. The new schedule means: More Darts for Continue Reading →
Holding the banking inquiry in year five of this Government means a lot of relevant information is coming to light too late. Nonetheless, testimony in recent weeks points to big Continue Reading →
Kildare Wicklow Education and Training Board has been announced as the patron of the new primary school in Greystones. The school which will open this September is set to take Continue Reading →
Last night, the Dáil debated the investigation of the Siteserv deal. Public trust in the political system in Ireland has collapsed.
On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, the Dail recognised the state of Palestine. Above is my contribution to the debate, and here’s the motion that we passed. That Dáil Éireann— notes Continue Reading →
I have branded Budget 2015 politically cate, but economically foolish. This budget offers some very welcome relief for the many households that have suffered for the past few years. It’s Continue Reading →