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Monday, March 2, 2015 12:00
‘I was shafted’
• Cllr David McGuinness
POPULAR FIanna Fail councillor David McGuinness believes he was “shafted” by a core bunch of Fianna Fail members at last week’s party convention to select a candidate for the next general election. Cllr McGuinness made it to the last count of the Dublin West by-elections in 2011 and 2014, despite his party’s poor showing in national polls, and had been tipped by pundits to be a strong contender in the next general election. More...
Monday, March 2, 2015 12:00
Bruton rejects Cadbury job losses criticism
Dublin People
MINISTER for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, has hit back at stinging criticism from a Northside senator following the announcement of major jobs losses at the Cadbury plant in Coolock.  Last week, the company, which has been a major employer in the area since the 1960s, announced that 160 jobs will be lost between the Coolock factory and another plant at Rathmore, County Kerry. More...
Monday, March 2, 2015 12:00
Brendan will be Grand Marshal for Paddy’s Day
• Brendan O’Carroll on Moore Street after being selected by St Patrick’s Festival to lead this year’s parade. PHOTO BY LEAH FARRELL/PHOTOCALL IRELAND.
FINGLAS funnyman Brendan O’Carroll already leads the way when it comes to comedy and he’ll be doing it again at this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade. The writer and star of Mrs Brown’s Boys has been announced as 2015 Grand Marshal so he’ll be marching at the head of the parade on March 17 next. More...
Monday, March 2, 2015 12:00
Liffey Valley plan a “massive vote of confidence in the area”
• An architect’s vision of the revamped Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.
A MASSSIVE €26 million extension of the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre will lead to the creation of over 450 new jobs when work gets underway. Major investment will bring a new Penney’s store, six restaurants, a cinema upgrade and a new civic space to what is considered one of Ireland’s best shopping and leisure destinations. More...
Monday, March 2, 2015 12:00
Dublin pensioner has her stolen goods replaced
• Michael Buckley presents iPad and €200 Dunnes Stores vouchers to Elizabeth Gannon.
TWO of Dublin’s largest family owned businesses have stepped up to help an 84-year-old Crumlin woman who was the victim of a cruel robbery. Elizabeth Gannon was the winner of an iPad as part of a competition run by Greyhound Household. More...

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