Archive for January, 2012

NASH WELCOMES FUNDING TO REMEDY LETHAL JUNCTIONS

Jan 30, 2012 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

NASH WELCOMES ROAD IMPROVEMENT FUNDING FOR LOUTH  Deputy Gerald Nash has welcomed the allocation of €665,000 in NRA funding for road improvement projects in the Drogheda area, including the Boyne Valley Hotel/Castlewood/Roschoill junction and the Beaulieu junction both of which have been the scenes of fatal accidents. ‘I’ve had many representations from locals on this [...]

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NASH PLEDGES TO CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR FUTURE OF COTTAGE HOSPITAL

Jan 24, 2012 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

NASH PLEDGES TO CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR FUTURE OF COTTAGE HOSPITAL Labour TD Gerald Nash has reiterated his determination to secure the future of the Drogheda Cottage Hospital and services for older people in Louth and East Meath. “I took part in that march as did hundreds of other Drogheda people because I passionately believe [...]

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT

Jan 19, 2012 Comments Off by Gerald Nash

I was very pleased with the Industrial Relations Act which will restore JLC agreements to protect low paid workers. I and my Labour coleagues fought hard to ensure that vulnerable workers were not left exposed. V7mdunEoApA

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DROGHEDA ROAD FATALITY CALLS AMBULANCE RESPONSE TIMES INTO QUESTION AGAIN

Jan 17, 2012 Comments Off

DROGHEDA ROAD FATALITY CALLS AMBULANCE RESPONSE TIMES INTO QUESTION AGAIN     Deputy Gerald Nash has called for a full investigation and a Dáil debate with the Minister for Health in relation to response times for the ambulance service in Drogheda, Ireland’s largest provincial town. Deputy Nash said: “It is unacceptable that it took 30 [...]

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MINISTERS PLANS FOR COMMUNITY NURSING UNITS MUST TAKE ACCOUNT OF BOTH PRESENT AND FUTURE NEEDS OF AGEING POPULATION

Jan 16, 2012 Comments Off

MINISTERS PLANS FOR COMMUNITY NURSING UNITS MUST TAKE ACCOUNT OF BOTH PRESENT AND FUTURE NEEDS OF AGEING POPULATION Gerald Nash TD has stressed that any decision on the future of Community Nursing Unit provision in Louth must take into account not just the current but also the future needs of the county and the Drogheda [...]

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