WhatsApp FORMER Defence Minister Willie O’Dea has told the Limerick Post that he is unhappy with communications from government over the past week.The Limerick East TD said that he will be supporting the budget on December 7 but wants radical appraisal within his party.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “I will be seeking a clear and transparent timetable from the party on both the budget and the upcoming election.“There is a need for the government representatives to be straight up and honest with the people”.He said that the budget will now have to be passed to ease pressure from the international markets.“I won’t be voting against the budget on December 7 and it looks like there is a lot of pressure from outside sources.“There’s fears that if this budget isn’t passed it will spread like a contagion to other countries”.Last night Taoiseach Brian Cowen vowed to continue on in government in order to get the budget passed and said that the Dail will be dissolved in January.When asked the if Brian Cowen will lead Fianna Fail into a general election campaign, Willie O”Dea said:“That will become clearer after tonight’s party meeting”. Advertisement Previous articleRequested false driving licence on CB radioNext articleThree injured in head-on collision admin Linkedin Facebook NewsLocal NewsO’Dea unhappy with government communicationBy admin – November 23, 2010 589 Twitter Email Print
Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Google+ Around 50 members of the IFA in Donegal held a protest outside Deputy Joe Mc Hugh’s office in Letterkenny today, saying the government is threatening what is one of the fewe viable industries in the country.Former Donegal IFA Chairman William Monagle said the budget cuts imposed on farming, particularly in relation to the Suckler Cow Premium would create serious problems in Donegal.He said while Deputy Mc Hugh wasn’t at the office, he wants him to take a message to the Agriculture Minister………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/will12.mp3[/podcast] Farmers protest outside Joe Mc Hugh’s office 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest By News Highland – December 15, 2012 Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook Previous articlePriest tells 15 year old’s funeral that suicide is never a solutionNext articleChinese man in Laghey drugs factory “didn’t know he was in Ireland” News Highland WhatsApp Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal
The second week of Ghana Rugby Club Championship women’s sevens league continued at the St. Thomas Aquinas School Pitch Saturday 18th January 2020.The participating teams this year were:Conquerous SC LadiesDansoman Hurricanes LadiesLions RFC LadiesGriffons RFC Ladies.The results of the first to fourth matches are categorized below:Match 1Griffons Ladies 25 vs 0 Lions Rfc Ladies.Match 2Dansoman Ladies 0 vs 19 Conquerous Ladies.Match 3Dansoman Ladies 20 vs 0 Griffons LadiesMatch 4Conquerous ladies 31 vs 0 Lions LadiesThe ladies’ games is indeed rising in a very competitive level as all teams are playing to their very best to uplift the name of their clubs.There have been various outstanding performances by the national team players showing a clear understanding of the game of rugby.This year’s women’s competition has brought new players, a different level of play, outstanding performances and amazing tries as the competition gets tougher. Catch up more amazing women’s games next weekend.