News Archive

  1. Tougher penalities needed to protect our architectual heritage October 30, 2008 The need for the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government to take appropriate measures to ensure that Churches …
  2. Outrage that Irish Family Planning Assoc has to suspend services to medical card holders October 9, 2008 Speaking on his adjournment motion today, Deputy Joe Costello stated that, "It is an outrage that the IFPA have had to …
  3. Govt fail to establish multi-denominational post primary scho September 25, 2008 Joe Costello TD has called on the Minister for Education to respond to the Educate Together National Petition Day, today 25th …
  4. 16 Moore Street - State Action Needed on National Monument February 16, 2008
  5. Residents Only Parking for Croke Park Residents - Residents Must Not be Penalised October 13, 2007 The Minister for Transport finally acceded to the wishes of the residents and to our requests to introduce provision for …
  6. Bord Pleanala Grants Permission for Cabra Hill Development September 9, 2007 An Bord Pleanala has decided to Grant Permission for the development at Cabra Hills, Carnlough Road on 6th September 2007. The …
  7. Arbour Hill Traffic Changes Proposals - Public Consultation March 6, 2007 Hill/Montpelier Hill In 2005 Dublin City Council introduced major traffic calming measures at Arbour Hill/Montpelier Hill without …
  8. New Planning Application at the Bakery Site March 5, 2007 Stateford have lodged a new planning application for the Bakery Site, Cross Guns Bridge on 16th February 2007. The main features …
  9. Bord Pleanala Reject Development on Royal Canal - Victory for local residents February 28, 2007 Residents of the Mountjoy Area scored a remarkable victory when An Bord Plenala refused permission for a two storey development …
  10. OPW U-Turn on Phoenix Park Traffic Management Proposal is Welcome January 18, 2007 Today was a good day for local democracy. I was very pleased with the announcement by the OPW to shelve the one way traffic …
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