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Daily Archives: January 22, 2010
Bank Robbery in Wicklow Detectives are hunting a gang who held-up a small-town bank branch in white boiler suits wielding a lump hammer and gun. Three men stormed the Bank of Ireland outlet in Rathdrum, Co Wicklow, at around 11.15am … Continue reading
This blog post by a former county councillor, Donal Corcoran, has caused quite a kerfuffle over the last few days in Kildare. source http://thestory.ie/2010/01/15/kildare-kerfuffle-reflected-nationally/ It details what conferences Kildare County Council was charged for by councillors for tickets to over … Continue reading
Billy Timmins (Wicklow, Fine Gael) I understand the issue of development aid has been deferred to next June’s Council meeting, but events in Haiti overshadowed the meeting of Development Ministers that took place last week. Will the Minister discuss with … Continue reading
Andrew Doyle (Wicklow, Fine Gael) Wicklow County Council has been given €850,000 to maintain its roads in 2010. With three weeks gone in the year and 49 weeks to go, I estimate that between €500,000 and €600,000 of that … Continue reading
InboxX Reply |email@example.com to me show details 10:22 AM (32 minutes ago) On behalf of the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Martin Cullen TD, we acknowledge receipt of email below. Your comments have been duly noted and forwarded to … Continue reading