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Sellafield “a disaster waiting to happen” insists Breathnach

Local TD Declan Breathnach has spoken out about Sellafield which he described as “a disaster waiting to happen”. In the wake of Monday night’s BBC Panorama programme which raised safety

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Breathnach calls for Irish Water to delay works in Bridge Street and Clanbrassil Street until 2017

Local TD Declan Breathnach has called on Irish Water to delay the works planned on the water main rehabilitation project in Bridge Street and Clanbrassil Street in Dundalk until 2017 when

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Breathnach calls for grant for Cooley Mountain range

Local TD Declan Breathnach has called on Minister Michael Creed to consider the Cooley Mountain Range as one of the areas chosen for a grant to participate in the Locally

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Former Bose factory in Carrickmacross to be offered to eBay as an alternative to Dundalk

The former Bose factory in Carrickmacross is set to be offered to eBay as an alternative location for their local operation. Last week the multi-national announced it was to close

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Breathnach expresses “serious concern” following eBay’s decision to wind down in Dundalk

Fianna Fáil TD for Louth Declan Breathnach has expressed serious concern following the news that eBay is to wind-down its operations in Louth. Deputy Breathnach made the comments after a

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Breathnach calls on Minister to move on Sports Capital Grant allocations

Local Declan Breathnach insists sports clubs across Co Louth and the country as a whole are losing out on important funding because the Sports Minister has failed to announce the

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Breathnach urges patients on waiting lists to consider availing of the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive

Local TD Declan Breathnach is urging people on hospital waiting lists to consider availing of the Cross -Border Healthcare Directive. The Fianna Fáil representative said that in accordance with the

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Breathnach expresses concern over fish kill in Ramparts River

Local TD Declan Breathnach has expressed his concern about a worrying fish kill on the stretch of the Ramparts River between the new Tesco Extra and Martin’s Garage on the

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No reason for eBay to leave Dundalk, insists Adams

Local TD Gerry Adams insists he is continuing to press the government and the IDA to “make every effort to ensure that eBay stays in the Dundalk area”. Last Thursday

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Breathnach appointed vice chairman of Good Friday Agreement implementation group

Local TD Declan Breathnach was yesterday appointed Vice Chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement at its inaugural meeting. Speaking afterwards Breathnach, who

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Adams and Breathnach meet with IDA to advocate for eBay to remain in Dundalk

Local TDs Gerry Adams and Declan Breathnach yesterday met with senior officials from the IDA to advocate for eBay to remain in Dundalk. The future of the multi-national company in

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Breathnach once again calls on Minister for Transport to intervene in toll dispute

Local TD Declan Breathnach has once again called on the Minister for Transport Shane Ross to intervene in the dispute between eFlow and the Celtic Roads Group. This dispute will

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Four local reps vow to work together to preserve eBay jobs in Dundalk

Three local TDs and a senator have vowed to work together to ensure the local eBay jobs remain in the area. There has been speculation in recent weeks that the

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Minister for Jobs confirms eBay is looking at alternative locations

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor has confirmed that eBay are looking at new locations amid fears the multi-national company might be set to leave Dundalk. The

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Breathnach wants to see the 5,000 vacant properties in Louth used for social housing

Local TD Declan Breathnach has called on the Minister for Housing Simon Coveney to address the shortfall in social housing by utilising the large number of vacant units currently in