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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Patients at risk as staff numbers remain critically low in Beaumont

Fianna Fáil General Election candidate and Dublin North West councillor Paul McAuliffe is calling on the Minister for Health to urgently address the staff shortages in Beaumont Hospital. As of 19th January 2016, there were 116 nursing and 36 medical (NCHD and consultant) positions vacant in the hospital according to a response from the HSE….

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Dublin Castle to be opened to referendum campaigners – McAuliffe

Minister agrees to Dublin Cllr’s request to open gates of national results centre The Fianna Fáil Leader on Dublin City Council, Cllr Paul McAuliffe, has confirmed that the gates of Dublin Castle will be opened to campaigners tomorrow for the results of the Marriage Equality Referendum. Earlier this week, Cllr McAuliffe wrote to Minister for…

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Call for Minister Simon Harris to open Dublin Castle for referendum declaration

The Fianna Fáil Leader on Dublin City Council, Cllr Paul McAuliffe, has called on the Minister for the Office of Public Works Simon Harris to open the gates of Dublin Castle as the results of the Marriage Equality Referendum are announced. In a letter to Minister Harris, Cllr McAuliffe said there are hundreds of people…

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Greater vision needed on 1916 Moore Street site.

Fianna Fáil are unwilling to dispose of the 24/25 Moore Street site which is required by the developer to build his oversized shopping centre project. Fianna Fáil are opposed to that vision of the Moore Street historic quarter and believe that a more appropriate proposal which sits along side the national monument is required. This…

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New law would drive down commercial rates for local sports clubs – McAuliffe

Sports clubs across the city which have a licensed bar on site would see their commercial rates reduced under a new law being proposed by Fianna Fáil. Dublin City Councillor Paul McAuliffe has said: “We are proposing a change in the law which covers the valuation of property because at the moment sports clubs around…

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HOGAN TO KEEP FIRST YEAR’S PROPERTY TAX AS COUNCIL CONFIRMS IT WILL NOT SEE SHARE UNTIL TILL 2015.

Paul McAuliffe speaking about the property tax at a City Council meeting The country’s largest local authority, Dublin City Council has confirmed to councillors that it will not see a share of the local property tax until 2015, reversing an earlier commitment by Phil Hogan to allow council’s retain 80% of the new tax. The…

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