National Braille Press Publishing Braille Programs for Rose Parade

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Civil War legacy is finally laid to rest in Limerick as…

Friday the 13th nightmare for opponents of Irish Cement tyre-burning plans Families and workers must be supported through public health emergency Minister Harris “missing in action again” as crisis in University Hospital Limerick is raised in Dáil says Limerick TD Linkedin ‘Fully resourced’ crime office needed in Bruff Twitter Advertisement RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsLocal NewsCivil War legacy is finally laid to rest in Limerick as main parties grab top jobsBy Alan Jacques – June 19, 2014 696 Print Previous articleTributes to former Limerick mayor at City HallNext articleCaherdavin householders say no to water charges in Limerick Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Council collects €53 million in commercial rates Facebook WhatsApp Email TAGSAnti AustCllr Cian PrendivilleCllr John GilliganCllr Maurice QuinlivanCllr Sean LynchFianna FáilFine GaellimerickLimerick City and County CouncilLimerick Metropolitan DistrictSinn Fein Boycott of Israeli goods rejected by Council Cllr Maurice QuinlivanCIVIL War politics were laid to rest as Fine Gael and Fianna Fail become bedfellows on new local authority.With the pact between the two coalition parties resulting in key positions being divvied up between them, their alliance has been criticised by those on the left of the political divide as contemptuous of the electorate.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Speaking at Limerick Metropolitan District’s first ever meeting this week, Cllr John Gilligan (Ind) commented, “Fianna Fail and Fine Gael have no intention of standing up to anyone. The Civil War is over. They have finally come together.”Cllr Gilligan went on to point out that what the electorate wanted was ignored, with Cllr Quinlivan (SF) and his poll-topping landslide in City North, making him the obvious choice for mayor. He suggested that the top three candidates in each of the three city wards should be their first citizens for the first three years.“I have nothing to gain by this proposal, but Fianna Fail and Fine Gael have excluded everyone else. They sit well together,” he said.Although disappointed at not being elected Mayor, Cllr Quinlivan said he was not surprised at the carve up between the new FF/FG partnership.“Nothing changes. There is no difference between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael. We all see that now,” he declared.First-time Fianna Fail councillor Sean Lynch claimed the pact with Fine Gael was made for the good of the city and county.“We all have differences, but our main objective is working for the people of the city and county,” he said.Meanwhile, Cllr Cian Prendiville of the Anti Austerity Alliance urged Sinn Fein councillors Maurice Quinlivan, Seighin O’Ceallaigh and Malachy McCreesh and independent Cllr Gilligan to abandon their “pro-austerity pact” with Labour councillors Joe Leddin, Elena Secas and Frankie Daly. read more

1 dead, 1 injured in Sipalay stabbing

first_imgBACOLOD City – A man was killed andanother was wounded in a stabbing incident in Barangay Cartagena, Sipalay City,Negros Occidental. According to police investigators,Joemar was sleeping inside a nipa hut when Galanido allegedly attacked himusing a bladed weapon around 7:30 p.m. on March 5. Joemart tried to rescue hisbrother. Joemar and Joemart were rushed to theMerciditas J. Montilla District Hospital in Sipalay City were the attendingphysician declared the former as “dead on arrival.” Galanido, meanwhile, was detained in thecustodial facility of the Sipalay City police station after a manhuntoperation. Police tagged the 47-year-old NiloGalanido of Barangay Bulata, Cauayan, Negros Occidental as suspect. The 35-year-old resident Joemar Salibiodied of stab wounds on the body, while his brother Joemart, 38, sustained stabwounds on the right arm, a police report showed. The motive of the incident was notimmediately established as of this writing./PNlast_img read more