Archive for November, 2011

DROGHEDA & BOYNE VALLEY GETTING MAJOR INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE FROM TOURISM IRELAND

Nov 29, 2011 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

DROGHEDA & BOYNE VALLEY GETTING MAJOR INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE FROM TOURISM IRELAND     Local Labour TD Gerald Nash has received information from Tourism Ireland, the State’s international promoter of Ireland as a tourist destination, which he says shows “a new and determined commitment to market and promote Drogheda and the Boyne Valley internationally”. He said, [...]

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NASH WELCOMES CRUCIAL APPOINTMENTS FOR DROGHEDA STROKE UNIT

Nov 21, 2011 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

NASH WELCOMES CRUCIAL APPOINTMENTS FOR DROGHEDA STROKE UNIT Gerald Nash has said he is delighted that the appointment of two crucial posts for the Stroke Unit in Our Lady of Lourdes, are now in the process of being filled. “It is essential to understand that an effective, functioning Stroke Unit is made up of people, [...]

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BETTYSTOWN/LAYTOWN WILL BE GRITTED IN SEVERE WEATHER

Nov 18, 2011 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

BETTYSTOWN/LAYTOWN WILL BE GRITTED IN SEVERE WEATHER Gerald Nash has welcomed a commitment from Meath County Council that the Meath Coast area will no longer be overlooked in the event of extreme winter weather. “The harsh weather conditions of the last two winters meant that Bettystown and Laytown were effectively cut off as the council [...]

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UNEMPLOYED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS MUST REAP REWARDS OF €17 BILLION BUILDING PROGRAMME

Nov 11, 2011 Comments Off

UNEMPLOYED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS MUST REAP REWARDS OF €17 BILLION BUILDING PROGRAMME Smarter State procurement policies must be central to Capital Programme A concerted effort must be made by government to ensure that Republic of Ireland registered construction firms reap the rewards of the €17 billion capital investment programme announced today. This investment must lead to [...]

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NASH WELCOMES INVITATION TO MINISTER HOGAN TO CLARIFY POSITION ON CLIMATE CHANGE LEGISLATION

Nov 08, 2011 Comments Off

  NASH WELCOMES INVITATION TO MINISTER HOGAN TO CLARIFY POSITION ON CLIMATE CHANGE LEGISLATION The Oireachtas Environment Committee has this afternoon acceded to Deputy Gerald Nash’s request that the Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan TD attends a special meeting of the Oireachtas Committee in order to clarify his position on climate change legislation.   [...]

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