Monthly Archives: October 2013

Budget Shows Government Out Of Touch with Young People

Naas Fianna Fáil representative and 2014 local election candidate Rob Power has labelled last week’s budget as an attack on young people. He claims that the government seem to be convinced that young people would rather sit idle than get … Continue reading

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Selection Convention

On Wednesday night, I was selected to contest next year’s Local Elections on behalf of Fianna Fáil in the Naas local electoral area. I’m honoured and humbled to have been selected by the members of the party and I look … Continue reading

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Vote NO on Seanad Abolition

Nobody wants to keep the Seanad we have now. There’s no argument there. But to me, it seems ridiculous to do scrap an entire chamber of democracy without ever having attempted to reform it. There are one hundred ways to make the … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Vote NO to Seanad Abolition

The polls are now open for voting in the Seanad Abolition Referendum, and will remain open until 10pm this evening. If you need a reminder of why this vote is so important, take a look at the following five reasons to Vote No … Continue reading

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