Fitzgerald comments prove Fine Gael is in Denial on Rural Crime – Moriarty
Fianna Fáil general election candidate in Kerry Norma Moriarty has said comments made by the Justice Minister on the closure of rural garda stations are proof that Fine Gael simply doesn’t appreciate the problem of crime in rural communities.
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Posted by Norma Moriarty on Saturday, January 23, 2016
“The closure of garda stations in communities across Kerry has caused a real sense of isolation and vulnerability,” said Councillor Moriarty.
Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Kerry Councillor Norma Moriarty has questioned the detail of the
proposals announced in the budget on childcare, warning that the Government has made a number of claims that the small print simply does not stand up.
Fianna Fáil general election in Kerry Norma Moriarty has called on the Government to extend the deadline for applications for the water grant. Irish Water is being inundated with calls from members of the public trying to apply before the October 8th deadline.
Cllr Norma Moriarty says the development is another chapter in the never ending mess that is Irish Water.The Department of Social Protection is currently writing to households telling them that they can now apply for the conservation grant.Cllr Moriarty says the State is already €800m worse off because of the setting up of Irish Water and the government is now introducing a new charge that will cost them money.
Concerns of Kerry parents on major tax liabilities will be addressed
Onerous tax regime hasn’t been this restrictive in 20 years
Kerry Fianna Fáil General Election candidate Norma Moriarty has said major reform is on the cards to ease the burden of inheritance tax for families in Kerry.
Election candidate Norma Moriarty says recent Credit Union survey highlighting €400 Back-to-School costs is only “tip of the iceberg”
Range of financial options needed to help parents meet costs in a reasonable timeframe
Kerry Fianna Fáil election candidate Norma Moriarty has said a new strategy is needed to help Kerry parents to manage the financial cliff that comes with back-to-school costs every September.
Cllr Norma Moriarty says they are causing undue delays in the transfer and treatment of patients.
Speaking at Kerry County Council’s June Meeting the Fianna Fáil Cllr spoke of an incident in Caherciveen recently when an ambulance couldn’t transport a patient to hospital because there was only one paramedic on duty.The incident occurred at a GAA match.
Official Launch Speech
To each and every one of you a sincere “Thank you” for coming out here tonight. I would like at the outset to gratefully acknowledge the presence of Brian Crowley MEP and of course John O’Donoghue who served as minister of Justice and Minister of Art, Sport and Tourism as well as Ceann Comhairle. The O’Donoghue family have given 54 years of sterling service to public life and continue that service today. John O’Donoghue has left a fine legacy from his time in cabinet with the Legal Aid Board here in Cahersiveen and the Arts Department in Killarney. Two fine examples of decentralisation more of which we need today. ...continue reading