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-  Aoife Carragher

Wide reaching investigation into Palmerstown Village murder needed - Keating

Fine Gael TD for Dublin Mid-West, Derek Keating has extended his condolences to those affected by the violent murder that took place in Palmerstown Village yesterday (Tuesday). Deputy Keating has also called for a thorough and wide reaching investigation into this crime.

-  Jim Daly TD

Daly’s ‘West Cork Way’ moving at pace

Jim Daly, Cork South West Fine Gael TD, has said that Cork County Council is making significant progress with his ‘West Cork Way’ proposal, and he is confident that the next steps will see the development of the route come to fruition.

-  ClionaDoyle

Good news for Carlow’s fire service - Deering

Fine Gael TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Pat Deering, has said that today (Tuesday) has been a good day for Carlow’s fire service with the announcement of a new fire station at Graiguenamanagh and funding of €300,000 for a new fire engine for the county.

-  Aoife Carragher

Adare fire must not impact on long term tourism industry – Neville

The fire that took place in Adare village today has been a huge shock to the local community and I am very glad to hear that there are no reports of any injuries. However, it is vital that every step is taken to rebuild the cottages as soon as possible and to prevent long term damage to Adare’s tourism industry” says Dan Neville, Fine Gael TD for Limerick.

-  Paudie Coffey TD

Commission to be Established to Review Waterford City/South Kilkenny Boundary & New Plans for North Quays Redevelopment – Minister Coffey

Minister of State Paudie Coffey TD has announced a Boundary Commission will be established to review the current Boundary of the Waterford City/South Kilkenny Border. Minister Coffey said the Commission would look at the boundary from a planning and development perspective and would look to ensure historic and cultural ties were respected in any recommendations that are to be made. Minister Coffey also said there are exciting new plans for the re-development of the North Quays that will transform Waterford City and ensure its place as the main urban centre in the South East Region.

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