Community Funding Posted by Vote Malcolm Noonan Carlow/Kilkenny on Thursday, 18 February 2016
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Green Party calls for the elimination of temporary halting sites for the Traveller Community in the wake of Carrickmines tragedy.
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Community Participation Proposals in Local Government Reform have merit but are meaningless without resources
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