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 Hotel Beds a Key factor in Dublin Web Summit Decision

  Dublin City Council’s Chairperson of Enterprise and Economic development, Cllr Paul McAuliffe has said he is extremely disappointed that the premier technology networking event ‘Web Summit’ will be moving to Lisbon for its 2016 event. Commenting Cllr McAulife said “Paddy Cosgrave and the Web summit team are an amazing example of how a small…

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A new plan to rejuvenate Dublin City’s urban villages

Radical measures proposed to bring life back into village centres across the city download here  Dublin – A City of Villages 2015 Fianna Fáil has launched proposals aimed at radically boosting economic and social activity in Dublin city’s urban villages. The policy, written by Dublin City Councillors Daithí de Róiste and Paul McAuliffe, targets villages…

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SNAs left in the dark about cuts at Dublin schools – McAuliffe

Many SNAs still waiting to find out if they have a job to come back to in September Special Needs Assistants at some schools in Dublin are still waiting to find out if they will have a job to go back to in September, according to Fianna Fáil Councillor Paul McAuliffe. Cllr McAuliffe claims that…

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Dublin residents forced to dig up public paths to fix drains

Irish Water refuses to take responsibility for fixing drains on residential pathways Dublin residents are being forced to bear the cost and responsibility for fixing drains in public pathways outside their homes, according to the Fianna Fáil Leader on Dublin City Council Cllr Paul McAuliffe. The latest fiasco involving Irish Water has come to light…

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McAuliffe calls for statutory funding for Crime Safety Forums

Finglas crime meeting hears calls for greater community safety supports A public meeting on crime in Finglas has heard calls from local residents for statutory supports for community crime safety forums. Around 50 residents attended the meeting in the Shamrock Lodge in Finglas last night, organised local Fianna Fáil Councillors Paul McAuliffe and David Costello. …

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FF promises to cut childcare costs for Dublin families

McAuliffe highlights the need for investment in the pre-school sector The Fianna Fáil Leader on Dublin City Council has outlined details of his party’s plans to cut the cost of childcare for working families across Dublin. Speaking at the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis in the RDS at the weekend, the Finglas Councillor highlighted the urgent…

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