The Michael Reade Show Wednesday September 2019
She’s faced a barrage of criticism over the controversial public services card including calls for her resignation but Minister Regina Doherty has come out fighting rejecting the findings of the Data Protection Commission’s report which was finally made public yesterday.
Fears for policing in Louth and Meath over the proposed changes to Garda divisions, Aontu’s Peadar Toibin launches bill to ban below cost selling in the beef sector, restaurants are warning that beef could soon be off the menu. and after a child attending a Meath school was penalised for not taking part in the communion choir is it time to convene a citizen’s assembly on the relationship between Church and State?
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