News Archive for 2014

  1. Need to be included as criteria for sports grants - Costello October 2, 2014 Deputy Joe Costello today welcomed confirmation from Sports Council CEO, John Treacy, and Chair Kieran Mulvey, that following his …
  2. Registration of lobbying will enhance transparency- Costello October 1, 2014 Speaking in Dáil Éireann on Registration of Lobbying Bill  I welcome this opportunity to speak on the Registration of Lobbying …
  3. Costello congratulates Gardai on drug arrests September 30, 2014 I wish to congratulate the Gardai for their great success in arresting seven people in the North Inner City today who were …
  4. Costello calls for alternative educational use for All Hallows College September 17, 2014 The inability of All Hallows College to continue to function as an educational institution to train priests for the foreign …
  5. Costello to raise Greyhound dispute at PAC August 26, 2014 Speaking at a fundraiser for the Greyhound workers in the Parnell Bar, Parnell St, organised by Labour Youth, Deputy Joe Costello …
  6. Costello condemns Israeli escalation of Gaza conflict July 30, 2014 The decision by Israel to escalate the war in Gaza is appalling. Already, some 1,200 Palestinians, the vast majority of whom are …
  7. Costello condemns continued lockout of Greyhound workers July 25, 2014 Labour TD, Joe Costello, has condemned the lockout of Greyhound Recycling and Recovery workers since June 17 this year. …
  8. Costello raises concerns about UN vote on Palestine July 25, 2014 Ireland’s decision to abstain on the resolution tabled at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Wednesday was most …
  9. Brooks must decide on fate of Croke Park concerts July 13, 2014 It is time for Garth Brooks to make a final decision on whether he will play the three sellout concerts for which he has been …
  10. Costello announces €1 million to protect women and girls from violence July 13, 2014 Minister for Trade and Development Joe Costello, T.D., today announced €1 million in funding to tackle violence against women …
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