HIGH SPEED eFIBRE BROADBAND ROLL-OUT WILL BENEFIT DROGHEDA FIRST

May 16, 2013 Comments Off

Local Labour TD Gerald Nash has welcomed the announcement that Drogheda will be one of the first towns in the country to benefit from the roll-out of the next generation of high speed eFibre broadband. Eircom’s ‘Network for a Nation’ programme is designed to extend the fibre optic network necessary for high speed broadband out [...]

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WELCOME INCREASE IN FUNDING FOR LOUTH MEATH HOSPITAL GROUP

Feb 04, 2013 Comments Off

Labour TD, Gerald Nash has welcomed the announcement that the Louth-Meath Hospital Group has had its funding increased by 14% for the coming year. “There was a shortfall in funding last year and while great strides have been made to eliminate waste and bring in greater efficiencies. I was always of the view that ultimately [...]

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ACTION PLAN ON BULLYING A HUGELY POSITIVE STEP

Jan 29, 2013 Comments Off

ACTION PLAN ON BULLYING A HUGELY POSITIVE STEP Labour T.D., Gerald Nash, has welcomed the Action Plan on Bullying launched today by Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn. “This Action Plan has been produced by the Anti Bullying Working group which was established in June of last year, following a very successful Anti-Bullying Forum, set up [...]

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WILLIE FRAZER SHOULD REMOVE HIS TONGUE FROM HIS CHEEK AND CALL OFF RECKLESS DUBLIN PROTEST

Jan 07, 2013 Comments Off

Louth Labour TD Gerald Nash has called on Willie Frazer to call off his protest planned at Leinster House next Saturday. “I note that Mr Frazer describes his plans to protest against the flying of the Tricolour at Leinster House as ‘tongue in cheek’. “He would be well advised to remove his tongue from his [...]

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NASH WELCOMES POSITIVE IDA JOB FIGURES

Jan 07, 2013 Comments Off

Labour T.D., Gerald Nash, has welcomed the publication of IDA data showing a net increase of 6,570 agency-backed jobs in 2012, which represents the best performance for almost a decade. “The results today show that recovery is well underway in Ireland. Louth has been a major beneficiary in 2012 with 1,000 jobs from Paypal and [...]

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