Archive for January, 2011

NOTE ON THE ERECTION OF ELECTION POSTERS

Jan 31, 2011 Comments Off by gednash

NOTE ON THE ERECTION OF ELECTION POSTERS The Department of the Environment, Heritage & Local Government has today (24 January, 2011) issued guidance in respect of the register of electors and on the erection of election posters. Election Posters Following a public consultation process on the control of postering for elections and referenda in September [...]

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Nash wants to know ‘when Micheál Martin & Fianna Fáil travelled on the Road to Damacus’

Jan 31, 2011 Comments Off by gednash

Nash wants to know ‘when Micheál Martin & Fianna Fáil travelled on the Road to Damacus’ Labour candidate in Louth & East Meath, Gerald Nash has called on local Fianna Fáil election candidates to clarify “when Micheál Martin took them on a junket to Syria to find the road ot Damacus.” “This conversation is the [...]

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Nash says Labour will abolish upward-only rent reviews

Jan 31, 2011 Comments Off by gednash

Nash says Labour will abolish upward-only rent reviews Labour candidate for Louth & East Meath, Cllr Gerald Nash has called for an immediate end to the practice of upward only rent reviews. “Labour’s job strategy will outlaw upward only rent reviews which are crippling business, leading to shop closures and massive lay-offs. “If elected to [...]

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NASH URGES CITIZENS TO ‘GET REGISTERED’

Jan 24, 2011 Comments Off

Labour’s General Election candidate has urged voters to get registered in the coming days. He said, “The first step is to check that you are on the electoral register. If you find that you are not, then you will not be able to vote. “The Registers for Louth and Meath can be checked at www.checktheregister.ie [...]

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LABOUR WILL IMPROVE CHILD LITERACY RATES – NASH

Jan 24, 2011 Comments Off

Speaking after the launch of ‘Reading as a Right’, Labour’s action plan to improve literacy standards, Cllr. Gerald Nash said: “Overall child literacy rates in Ireland have not improved since 1980, despite more investment and smaller classes. One in ten primary school children – that is 50,000 pupils – have serious literacy difficulties. Radical action [...]

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