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[20 Jan 2016 | No Comment | ]
Derek Keating Speaks for St. Mary’s

I have been living in Lucan for approx. 30 years and in very close proximity to one of the finest schools in Ireland. Yet, St. Mary’s Girl’s National School, also known as Scoil Mhuire, is in the process of being been denied it’s now promised and long overdue building refurbishment…

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[23 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
Crime and the Home Security Checklist Challenge

The most frequent topic of conversation with residents lately is the number and frequency of incidents of criminal behaviour, including burglaries and attempted burglaries, anti-social behaviour and drug related incidents…

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[24 Oct 2015 | No Comment | ]
Safety and awareness over the Halloween break

During the week ahead, including over the next two weekends, I ask all residents to be mindful of your property, including your neighbour’s home, especially in the case of older people. Some will also be collecting bonfire material which the Council will be endeavouring to collect…

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[14 Apr 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Derek Keating delivers his Dail maiden speech on suicide prevention and Pieta House

Recently I had the privilege of making my first address to Dáil Éireann. The focus of my speech was suicide prevention, Pieta House and the importance

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[5 Mar 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
A special “thank you” from Derek Keating TD

I’d like to take this moment to wish the people of Midwest a huge thank you for electing me to Dáil Éireann. To have received third place

General Election priorities, Renogotiate the bank bailout »

[14 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Renogotiate the bank bailout

Michael Noonan TD has accused Brian Lenihan of giving up on Ireland after the Minister ruled out renegotiating the punishing bailout interest rates, even though reports suggest this can be done.

“Fine Gael raised serious concerns about the terms of the bailout from the moment it was announced. The punishing interest rates of more than 5.5% are one of the worst elements of the deal.