Browne is Sinn Féin General Election choice for County Limerick

first_imgNewsPoliticsBrowne is Sinn Féin General Election choice for County LimerickBy Alan Jacques – August 13, 2015 664 WhatsApp Previous articleRugby – Munster name side to face FC GrenobleNext articleRugby – Zebo gets chance to shine at full back versus Scotland Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Print Linkedin Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSCllr Seamus BrownelimerickSinn Fein center_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Cllr Seamus BrowneNEWCASTLE West councillor Seamus Browne was selected at a Sinn Féin party convention this week to contest the forthcoming General Election in County Limerick.Speaking after his selection, Cll Browne stated that a vote for Sinn Féin will be a vote for a “more humane and civilised society – one that looks after the poorest and weakest while also sustaining economic and social progress”.“The Government says that a recovery is underway. But it is not a fair recovery. It’s a two-tier recovery that benefits the wealthy elite, not the majority of hard working families struggling to survive,” the West Limerick politician claimed.He said he believes that a fair recovery is possible and that cronyism and greed can be replaced with fairness and hope.“The type of country I want is based on the right to decent work with decent pay, access to first class public services, affordable childcare, abolition of water charges, a fair tax system and advancing the all Ireland economy for all our benefit.“Sinn Féin has a vision for rural Ireland. It is a vision to make it a sustainable place to live and work. A place where the quality of life is matched by the quality of public services, a place where young educated graduates have the opportunity to stay and build their future and a place that welcomes back emigrants forced to leave over recent years.” Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

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Subte expansion proposals

first_imgBUENOS AIRES plans to call bids later this year for a 9 km addition to the Subte metro. Expected to cost US$360 to US$450m, Line H would improve connections between the predominantly east-west routes, running under Avenida Jujuy and Avenida Pueyrredón before heading up Avenida Córdoba to the Cid Campeador monument. French consultancy Systra has been hired to undertake feasibility studies.Subte concessionaire Metrovías had earlier suggested a 10 km expansion package. This comprised extension of Line A from Primera Junta to Flores for US$100m and a new north-south Line F costing around US$500m. A combination of state, city and Metrovías funding was envisaged by Managing Director Roberto Macías.The city is currently funding extension of Line D from Carranza to Monroe, with stations at Virrey del Pinos and Juramento due to be finished in 1997 and 1998 respectively. Negotiations have begun for a further extension across the city limits to Vicente López, where the local authority plans to invest US$25m in a bus-metro interchange. At the end of last year, Metrovías was finalising a US$200m finance package for 80 new metro cars for use on Line A. The Argentinian government has agreed to invest US$100m from a World Bank loan on infrastructure modernisation for the line. The remainder will go on construction of 20 bus-rail interchanges and elimination of 20 level crossings on suburban lines; the rail concessionaires are to remove another 30 crossings at their own expense. olast_img read more

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Premier beaten again in camogie league

first_imgCork put in a much better display in the second-half and goals from Katrina Mackey and Niamh McCarthy helped them to a five-point victory.Tipperary’s next match is away to Wexford on Sunday week, March 12th. Brian Boyle’s side went down 2-14 to 1-12 in a match played at Carrignore WIT.The Premier led 1-9 to 0-7 at the break, thanks, in part, to Megan Ryan’s 12th minute.Tipp could have been further ahead if Róisín Howard’s effort shortly after the green flag was raised for the first time during the game had gone under rather than just over the crossbar.last_img read more

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