EU loan is no bailout, it's financial bullying
Europe is exploiting our crisis in order to profit at our expense. If the interest rates on the EU loans are not reduced, the Irish public will suffer unnecessarily while our European partners profit from these loans.
ECB must write-down this €75bn odious debt
At 494% of national income, Irish combined debt levels are the most crushing in the world.
Parliamentary Question addressed to the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs when she expects to receive the report from the Adoption Authority following its recent visit to Ethiopia; and the timescale she envisages for the signing of a bilateral agreement between the two countries should that report be positive; and if she will make a statement on the matter?
Dundrum residents forced out of homes due to fire hazard
The situation at The Laurels apartments in Dundrum is another example of incompetent and selfish developers who cut corners during the construction of properties in order to make a quick buck.
Lights to be turned back on in Cruagh, Stepaside
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have agreed to fix the street lights in Cruagh Wood and Cruagh Manor in Stepaside
Let's not delay in pouncing on ECB admission
The European Central Bank must cough up for wrongly forcing Ireland to repay bondholders
Commuters stranded as Irish Rail fails to cope with August storm
DART services suspended three times yesterday due to general system failures and stormy weather
Campaign to re-open Mount Merrion car park gains momentum
Re-opening the car park on a temporary basis until the Receiver sells the overall property would greatly assist the local shops and their customers.
Private Members Business - Palestine
I am very happy to support the motion because I am fully in favour of the sentiments behind it.
Action Plan delivers 911 new jobs in Govt supported start-up companies
In my own constituency in Dublin South, SalonAddict.ie, an online booking service for hair and beauty appointments, started off 18 months ago with three young lads who had an idea that they believed could be developed into a successful business.