Dunne calls for electoral register overhaul

Cllr Davy Dunne of Sinn Féin as called for an overhaul of the electoral register, after receiving a number of complaints from constituents about young people not being registered, and about the names of numerous deceased persons being repeatedly included. He was speaking during another visit to Carrick-on-Suir by Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate […]

Morris Questions Reliability Of Kelly Promises

Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate Cllr. Séamie Morris has followed up his recent criticism of the depths to which the Irish Health Service has been allowed to fall, by questioning whether promises from Minister Alan Kelly can be counted upon at all. He was speaking after the release of a video in which he […]

Morris Disturbed By Depths Health Service Allowed To Sink

Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate Cllr. Séamie Morris has expressed his horror at stories he has heard whilst canvassing about the health service in Tipperary. He was speaking while canvassing in Cashel, before heading on to Templemore. Cllr Morris said: “I hear more and more stories as I canvass that would shock any normal […]

The others only spoke of the hotel being full, I spoke of how I had filled it – Morris

Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate Cllr. Séamie Morris has reminded his constituency rivals of his ability to do rather than just talk about doing. Speaking after an interview for the Seán O’Rourke Show on RTE Radio Friday, he said the venue in which the show was held was one he had filled many times […]

Morris calls for public to support Sinn Féin vision, says Ireland at crossroads in time

Sinn Féin’s Tipperary General Election candidate Cllr. Séamie Morris has called on the public to realise that Sinn Féin’s progressive vision for society is the best option to achieve the ideals of the Republic. He was speaking after Taoiseach Enda Kenny dissolved the 31st Dáil this morning and announced Friday, February 26th as the date […]

Healy and Morris launch 2016 fight for change

“Throughout Tipperary a stand has been made since 2014, mirrored across the country, not to accept the practice of privatisation and commoditization of our water as a national asset, a public good and against the theft and sale of our national water infrastructure. This stand will continue in Clonmel on Saturday the 23rd of January […]

Morris congratulates the North Tipperary Emerging talent programme after 7th International call up

Statement by Cllr. Séamie Morris Morris congratulates the North Tipperary Emerging talent programme after the latest International player Chloe Connolly of Nenagh A F C made it 7 international players that have come through the programme in its short time in existence. The emerging talent programme has seen the standards of soccer in North Tipperary improve […]

Morris responds to H I Q A report on the Limerick Regional Hospital

Cllr. Morris responds to the recent H I Q A damning report on the Limerick University Hospital I am delighted that after several requests by me H I Q A have gone into the Limerick University Hospital and confirmed that we have all known since the closure of 24 hour accident and emergency facilities in […]

Cloughjordan Hosts Voices from Palestine

I was honoured to attend the  V S I hosted Voices from Palestine event in the wonderful Tomás MacDonagh Heritage centre in Cloughjordan last Thursday night. It was an event that drew a large crowd of over 50 enthusiastic attendees listened to 4 Palestinians who had four different tales to tell as there was one […]

Morris condemns the closure of the Acute Medical Assessment Unit at the Mid Western Regional Hospital to new G P referrals

I am very concerned at the recent closure of the Mid West Regional Hospitals Acute Medical assessment unit to new G P referrals as a result of recent overcrowding .  It comes in the wake of a the disgraceful decision by this Government to guillotine through flawed legislation to set up the Quango of all […]

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