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3 hrs ago | Sinn Fein Newsroom

Government struggling to fund corporate monster of Irish Water - Brian Stanley TD

Sinn FA©in's spokesperson on the Environment Brian Stanley TD has claimed that Labour and Fine Gael are at sixes and sevens in its struggle to fund the corporate monster of Irish Water.

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7 hrs ago | Independent.ie

Water charges: Gilmore indicates Government tensions centre on ability to pay

TANAISTE Eamon Gilmore has indicated that the Labour Party 's dissatisfaction over water charges centres around metering and the ability to pay.

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11 hrs ago | Leinster Express

Tougher wind turbine rules get Dail support

Laois' Sinn Fein TD Brian Stanley is suspicious of the government's motives for not blocking his party's bill on wind energy.

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Related Topix: Wind Power, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Alternative Energy, Energy

13 hrs ago | Sinn Fein Newsroom

Fine Gael speaking out of both sides of its mouth on taxation & water charges - Lynn Boylan

Sinn FA©in Dublin EU candidate Lynn Boylan has accused Fine Gael of speaking out of both sides of its mouth on reducing taxation for the squeezed middle while pushing ahead with the introduction of water charges.

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14 hrs ago | Sinn Fein Newsroom

Border, midlands and western region continues to be neglected under...

Sinn FA©in's Matt Carthy has said that the border, midlands and western region is being severely economically neglected by Fine Gael and Labour.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Independent.ie

Plans for free GP care for children under six again deferred

But the plan has now been put back until after Easter adding to existing serious doubts about meeting the target date of this summer.

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Sinn Fein Newsroom

Goverment MEPs have danced merrily to the austerity tune - Liadh Ni Riada

Sinn FA©in EU candidate for Ireland South Liadh NA Riada has stated that the latest update from the Government on its stability programme highlights the need for ordinary families to elect Sinn Fein MEPS who will fight against the consensus for cuts.

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Leinster Leader

On the hustings in Kildare town with first-time candidate

However, with the pace of Mary Donnelly's election team, it's clear they don't feel the cold as they purposely walk from house to house in Crockanure, leaflets tucked under arms, and voting registration forms in folders.

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Dundalk Today

Ardee Castle work will continue as council set to sing Auld Lang Syne

Ardee town councillors have been told that the work on redesigning the interior of Ardee Castle, so that it can be opened permanently to the public, is still in progress and the project has not been forgotten.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Independent.ie

We would love to think Reilly can reform the health system - but our confidence is shaken

A friend of mine used to argue that the hospital car park was a metaphor for the entire health system.

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Related Topix: Health Insurance, Health, Medicine, Opinion

Leinster Express

Portlaoise ghost estates on the airwaves

Children hanging out of the open window spaces on the third floor of an unfinished apartment block in Kilminchy greeted RT reporter, Valerie Cox and local Fine Gael Councillor, Willie Aird.

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Related Topix: iPhone

Independent.ie

Flannery's OK to a 2.5m fees to John Hussey

FRANK Flannery, then chief executive of the Rehab Group, sanctioned the payment of a 2.5m in consultancy fees to a brother-in-law of a former Fine Gael minister during a period when the consultant concerned was also a director of Rehab, the Sunday Independent can reveal.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Independent.ie

How Fine Gael's central asset became a liability

The Taoiseach seemed to be channeling the spirit of President Bill Clinton in the Dail last week when, in response to questions about a former CEO of troubled charity Rehab, he only just stopped short of saying: "I did not have personal relations with that man."

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Related Topix: Bill Clinton, History in the News, Opinion

Fri Apr 11, 2014

Independent.ie

Tax cuts for 'squeezed middle' back on table

A RANGE of measures to ease the burden on squeezed middle-income families is firmly on the table for the Budget in the wake of forecasts of the end of austerity.

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Related Topix: Tax

Independent.ie

Fine Gael turf war breaks out on 'breach of campaign rules'

Party figures have attempted to play down the rift between the candidates caused by incursions into forbidden territory as "confusion over the use of SatNavs".

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Sinn Fein Newsroom

Adams raises 'racist' Fine Gael leaflet with Kenny

Sinn Fein Leader Gerry Adams TD has written to Taoiseach and Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny about a leaflet from a Fine Gael Councillor, which he says has raised serious concerns about anti-traveller racism.

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Related Topix: Sinn Fein

Thu Apr 10, 2014

Independent.ie

Kerins sanctioned a 400k Flannery fees without board's nod

REHAB boss Angela Kerins sanctioned payments of more than a 400,000 in consultancy fees to Frank Flannery without seeking approval from the charity's board.

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Donegal Today

Doherty confirms that he will rejoin Fine Gael

It has also been reported that the councillor is one of two candidates whose names have been submitted to Fine Gael headquarters for consideration as a third Glenties Electoral Area candidate.

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UK Against Fluoridation

Ireland

FG councillors question 
water fluoridation policy Two Fine Gael county councillors have questioned the policy of adding fluoride to drinking water.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Independent.ie

Coalition ministers' lines cross over future closures in rail system

FINE Gael and Labour are on a collision course over controversial transport cuts, with Junior Minister Alan Kelly ruling out any closure of loss-making rail lines.

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Related Topix: Ireland, Europe, World News

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