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Irish Examiner
Clear call to liberalise laws on abortion
Irish Examiner
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is facing fresh pressure to endorse the wide-scale liberalisation of Ireland's abortion laws after politicians made clear-cut calls to repeal the Eighth Amendment, allow abortion up to 12 weeks pregnancy and to decriminalise the ...
Where does committee stand and what's the next step?Independent.ie
Miriam Lord: A momentous day. A day some of us never thought we'd seeIrish Times
Leo calls for d-day on abortion after group recommends repealing the 8thHerald.ie

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Independent.ie
Taoiseach department disputes €965 bar and restaurant debts
Independent.ie
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar famously said that politicians who refused to pay Dáil bar bills should have the amount deducted from their salary. But his own department was among those listed as benefiting from a controversial €5,500 write-off of bar and ...
Who's round was it anyway? in disputed €5k Dail bar billHerald.ie
Leo Varadkar dreams of naming children's hospital 'Starship'Irish Examiner
Taoiseach favours 'simple' name for children's hospitalRTE.ie
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thejournal.ie
Should neighbours of land bought under compulsory purchase order get compensation?
thejournal.ie
The Law Reform Commission is examining 23 issues on compulsory purchase orders and wants to hear from interested parties. By Cliodhna Russell Thursday 14 Dec 2017, 6:00 AM. 47 minutes ago 1,182 Views 6 Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3748439. Share Tweet ...
Reform body proposes changes to overhaul CPO processIrish Examiner
Coercing developers with CPOs is not a quick fix to the housing crisisProperty Week

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Connacht Tribune Group
Plant expansion creates 75 new jobs
Connacht Tribune Group
The granting of planning permission for an extension to a medical manufacturing facility in Gort has resulted in the announcement of an additional 75 new jobs for the town. The company behind the new development has been a solid employer in the South ...
Extension of Gort medical facility to create 75 new jobsGalway Bay FM

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Independent.ie
Who's next for top job at Garda HQ?
Independent.ie
Assuming the political schedule stays on course, some of the most significant events in Irish politics will take place next summer. In May, it's expected the country will vote on whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment - some 34 years after it was ...
Civilian might not be regarded as 'real Garda commissioner'Irish Times

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Irish Examiner
Three-year strategic plan for youth detention centre
Irish Examiner
A new three-year strategic plan for the country's main youth detention facility will be launched today, including a new Oberstown Campus Council in which young people will have a say on issues at the centre. The main strategy to cover the next three ...
New Oberstown strategy aims to 'provide best care' for young offendersDublin Live

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Galway Advertiser
Galway family off to Lapland for festive holiday
Galway Advertiser
Pictured are Barry Clifford and Emma Lambe, Louise Lambe, Katelyn Clifford and Michaela Clifford from Rockfield Park, Galway who won a family trip to Lapland this Christmas with Sunway Holidays and Gateway Retail Park, Galway . Photo: Ray Ryan. The ...
Galway family win Christmas holiday to LaplandGalway Bay FM

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Galway Daily
A local lad who went away...and came back
Galway Advertiser
There is a lot to be said about being able to work in your own place, among your own people. It's very parochial and comforting to be walking the paths of your childhood, waving good mornings to people you grew up with. There is a familial concept to ...
New bishop of Galway appointedGalway Daily (press release)

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