Tuesday, 27th September 2016
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Deasy points to NAMA’s support for Waterford

Kenny accused of classic fudge; shopping centre appeal lodged Fine Gael TD John Deasy has accused Enda Kenny of throwing “good public servants” in NAMA “under a bus” when the Agency has been “nothing but helpful” in Waterford’s efforts to secure a badly needed large-scale retail development in the city centre.

Fine Gael TD John Deasy has accused Enda Kenny of throwing “good public servants” in NAMA “under a bus” when the Agency has been “nothing but helpful” in Waterford’s efforts to secure a badly needed large-scale retail development in the city centre.

Deasy told Tuesday’s Irish Times: “The way the Government is being run right now is that once the media goes in a particular direction, the Taoiseach follows”. He said setting up an inquiry into NAMA over the Project Eagle controversy is a “classic” case in point and has “more to do with keeping Fianna Fail and the Independents happy.”

He believes there should have been no inquiry until all criminal investigations had concluded and said the Cabinet had “abdicated... Read more »»

Deasy points to NAMA’s support for Waterford

Deasy points to NAMA’s support for Waterford

Waterford Greenway opens from Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan

Waterford Greenway opens from Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan

The Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan section of the Waterford Greenway will open for use to the public from Friday, September 23rd.

The 23 kilometre section of the dedicated walking and cycling... Read more »»

Arts and Wellbeing Programme for annual Well festival launched

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT), Waterford City & County Library Services and Garter Lane Arts Centre have launched their joint programme for the fourth Well festival of arts and wellbeing which will run from 3rd to 10th October 2016, in tandem with World Mental Health Day. Supported by Sanofi Waterford, Waterford City and County Council and the Arts Council, this colourful festival celebrates the benefits of participation in the arts and has something to suit everyone's... Read more »»

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    Crazy and DelusionalCrazy and delusional might be two of the qualities that people might need to enter the world of politics but in this particular instance Mick Wallace has said that it is the state that the Dáil is currently operating in. He believes that the fact that there is a minority Government that is only operating with the tentative assistance of the opposition means that in effect very little Government work is being done and that this Fine Gael led Government will not last another year. …

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