Electronic Tagging Of Offenders Allowed Since 2007 But Never Brought Into Force – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald to clarify why it has taken 10 years to enforce a provision of the Criminal Justice Act that sanctions the use of electronic tagging. Deputy McGrath was speaking after the Minister replied to his Parliamentary Question regarding the […]

Increased Enforcement Of Scrap Metal Laws Required To Deter Thefts – IFA

IFA Environment and Rural Affairs Chairman Thomas Cooney has called on local authorities and An Garda Síochána to increase enforcement activity to ensure that metal thefts across rural Ireland do not increase further.   Speaking after a meeting of the National Metal Theft Forum he said, “IFA successfully lobbied for the introduction of new track […]

Security Stepped Up For Templemore College Open Day!

Oh what a safe and secure place it was on Open Day!  Templemore College of Further Education (formerly St. Sheelan’s College) hosted their Open Day and Evening on Wednesday 19th March last. The College was a hive of activity all day and evening as prospective students visited and toured the college.   In particular the […]