News Archive

  1. A&E crisis gone from bad to worse, Costello tells Dail April 26, 2006 The crisis in our hospital A&E wards has gone from bad to worse in the last three years, Labour’s Joe Costello has said. He was …
  2. HSE report may sound death knell for Temple St February 3, 2006 The HSE decision to concentrate paediatric surgery in one hospital appears to have sounded the death knell for Temple St …
  3. Harney must respond to Temple St doctors' concerns January 30, 2006 Health Minister Mary Harney must respond urgently and positively to a letter from consultants in Temple St who expressed concern …
  4. McDowell's record: four years of inertia on crime January 28, 2006 The recently published crime statistics for 2005 reveal a sharp rise in serious crime. They show a 46% increase in gangland …
  5. Cyclist Death Highlights the Need for Daytime Truck Ban January 16, 2006 The death of a young cyclist who was struck by a truck at the junction of North King Street and Blackhall Place on Saturday …
  6. No Justification for Closed Mater Ward January 13, 2006 Labour’s Joe Costello has called for the re-opening of a closed-down ward in the Mater Hospital to ease the trolley crisis in …
  7. Costello Slams Gov Decision to Refuse Mater Access to Mountjoy Site January 10, 2006 The Labour Party Spokesperson on Justice and TD for Dublin Central, Joe Costello, has criticised the reported decision of the …
  8. Labour's First Mater Hospital A&E Protest of 2006 January 6, 2006 The average number of people waiting on trolleys for treatment in the Mater Hospital A&E department is 26 so far this year, …
  9. As €40,000 goes missing, Costello urges urgent review of Garda Station Secuity January 6, 2006 The Labour Party Spokesperson on Justice, Deputy Joe Costello, has called for a full review of the procedures for the storage in …
  10. Minister Ahern must do more to combat drug problem December 1, 2005 Deputy Joe Costello has welcomed the two latest drug seizures by the Gardai in Dublin believed to worth an estimated street value …
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