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Brendan Ryan T.D Press Statment

Labour Party Representative – Dublin North
Monday 7th March 2011
Ryan Welcomes Re-instatement of Pay and Display Machine at Healy’s Lane, Malahide

Further to my ongoing representations on behalf of Malahide residents regarding the need for the Pay and Display machine at Healy’s Lane, Malahide, to be re-instated, I am glad that it is now in place.  The Pay-point was located behind Malahide Library and across the road from St. Sylvester’s GAA Clubhouse.
I understand that the meter had been vandalised and that the Council, in conjunction with the Gardaí, had been examining alternative locations.
However the lack of the Pay and Display Paypoint at this location was causing difficulties for drivers, who had to take a detour quite a distance away to other machines in the area in order to purchase the parking voucher and avoid a fine.

For more information contact Senator Ryan at Mobile Number 086 821 6176

Labour Party Deputy for Dublin North
Thursday, 03 March 2011
Mooney Excels in Victory over Auld Enemy in Cricket World Cup

Heartiest congratulations to the Irish cricket team on their well-deserved victory over England in the Cricket World Cup on Wednesday.  This record achieving victory surpassed previous victories such as beating the West Indies in Belfast a number of years ago and Pakistan in the 2007 world cup series.
The achievement of Kevin O’Brien in setting a record for the fastest century ever scored in a world cup series was pivotal to the victory.  He was more than ably assisted by our own Johnny Mooney and the team as a whole.  
Johnny produced his best ever bowling performance for Ireland in taking four English wickets, and he will go down in history as the batsman who scored the winning runs in the famous victory over the “auld enemy”.  
Regrettably due to injury our second representative from the North County, Andre Botha, was not considered for the match.
The development of cricket in Fingal, and in Ireland, north and south, in recent years is an example of what Irish people can achieve when they are given the opportunity and when they apply themselves to the task.  The Irish cricket team has given a sense of pride and a boost to the morale of everyone in Ireland by virtue of this victory and hopefully we can look forward to further successes in the remainder of the tournament.
For more information contact Deputy Ryan at 086 821 6176

Labour Party branches across Dublin North are set to remove the unsightly remnants of cable ties in the aftermath of the recent General Election.  Deputy Brendan Ryan said. Read more anout the removal of the poster ties

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