McAuliffe calls on Govt to provide funding to schools to comply with Defibrillator legislation

Fianna Fáil Councillor Paul McAuliffe has called on the government to secure additional funding for schools to ensure that they comply with new legislation on defibrillators. The Public Health Availability of Defibrillator Bill 2018 imposes a fine of €10,000 and a possible 12 month prison term if organisations are found in breach of the legislation….

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Shock as ‘much promised’ Finglas LUAS Bus will now bypass Finglas village.

For many years Dublin Bus has been promising a link from Finglas to Cabra via Broombridge. The Bus has been campaigned for by local residents groups and by agencies who serve both the Finglas and Cabra communities. In response, In recent weeks the Government has been heralding a new service in the area with posters…

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Scourge of illegal dumping in Dublin is affecting services across the board

The scourge of illegal dumping in the Capital is draining major resources away from other important public services. We need a properly resourced crackdown on those responsible alongside a public information campaign on the impact and cost of fly tipping. The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment revealed to our Dublin Spokesperson John Lahart…

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Revenue must do more to stop new Internet telephone scam

Cllr Paul McAuliffe has warned members of the public not to use phone numbers for the Revenue Commissioners that they find on the website TAXOFFICEIRELAND.COM People searching on google and other search engines for phone numbers for the Revenue Commissioners may find phone numbers on this website and be unaware that dialling these premium  rate numbers can…

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39 more affordable homes in Dublin 11

O Cualann Co-housing Alliance has been selected by Dublin City Council to build another 39 affordable houses in Ballymun. Negotiations are on-going to agree the final terms and conditions and the project is subject to planning permission being granted. The project is also subject to agreement of local area councillors and the full council members….

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Govt risking future Northside jobs by failure to fund Glasnevin Makerspace – McAuliffe

]Today’s announcement that the ‘Glasnevin Makerspace’, backed by both Dublin City University and Dublin City Council, has not been awarded funding under the Regional Enterprise Development Fund is a bitter blow for Dublin’s start-up community and all those who have been involved in the project,” said the Fianna Fáil Dublin North West candidate, Cllr. Paul…

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New Fianna Fáil bill will help end ghost bids driving up house price

  New Fianna Fáil bill will help end ghost bids driving up house prices – Bidding Transparency Bill aims to end practise of fake third parties bids driving up prices – Fianna Fáil has today launched a new bill that will help to increase transparency in home buying bidding. The Property Services Regulatory Authority (Amendment)…

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