22nd November 2010 In light of today’s announcement, it appears we will have a general election at the end of January next (probably the 20th or 27th) – that’s about 9 weeks away, if not before. Some time ago, I announced to Fine Gael Members in Dún Laoghaire, that I intend to seek a nomination…Details
Press Release 5th November 2010 Ward welcomes facilities for civil marriage at County Hall Historic ‘Assembly Hall’ now open to all, for civil marriage ceremonies Councillor Barry Ward has welcomed the opening of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown’s historic Assembly Hall to everyone as a venue for civil marriages. “Dún Laoghaire Town Hall is a wonderful community asset…Details
The Assembly Hall in the Old Town Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire is now being made available by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council as a venue for the ceremony of solemnisation of civil marriage. For more information, please go to this link: www.dlrcoco.ie/gp/Civil_Marriages.htm The Town Hall was originally constructed between 1878 and 1880, and was one…Details
The High Court has declared that the Government is guilty of “unreasonable delay in moving the writ for the by-election in Donegal South West”. You can read the full judgement of the President of the High Court, the Hon. Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns by clicking this link.
The European Commission has designated 116 000 as a harmonised hotline number for missing children across the 27 EU countries, which means that it can be called in any member state. The 116000 number was launched by the European Commission in February 2007. but to date, no funding has been identified in Ireland to run…Details
Letters to the Editor The Irish Times, 16th July 2009 Criminal Justice (Amendment) Bill Madam, – I read with dismay the ill-informed views of Michael J McCann (July 9th) on new criminal justice legislation and the motives of criminal lawyers in writing to this paper. As long as we in Ireland couch…Details