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“FINAL LIKELY TO GO DOWN TO THE WIRE” – GALLAGHER

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25 Apr 2014 Comments Off on “FINAL LIKELY TO GO DOWN TO THE WIRE” – GALLAGHER
“FINAL LIKELY TO GO DOWN TO THE WIRE” – GALLAGHER

Donegal native Robbie Gallagher says Monaghan won’t fear Donegal and wouldn’t think Donegal like playing Monaghan. by KEVIN CARNEY Donegal native Robbie Gallagher has been ensconced in Monaghan town for 20 years. A Tyholland clubman, he hails from Termon, home club of both 1992 All-Ireland SFC medallist Tommy Ryan and current Donegal sub. ‘keeper Michael Boyle. Gallagher is a local councillor too. We have to take him at his word when he declares that he simply doesn’t know who’s gonna win this Sunday’s NFL Division Two decider between his native and adopted county. “I ...

MONAGHAN SEE IT LOCAL, BUY IT LOCAL MESSAGE ECHOED BY TOWN COUNCIL

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22 Nov 2013 Comments Off on MONAGHAN SEE IT LOCAL, BUY IT LOCAL MESSAGE ECHOED BY TOWN COUNCIL

An endorsement of the SEE IT LOCAL, BUY IT LOCAL message, emphasised by The Northern Standard last week as an encouragement for the support of local businesses in the Christmas shopping period, was forthcoming at Monday night’s meeting of Monaghan Town Council. Fianna Fáil councillor Robbie Gallagher stated that when people were considering their shopping and present-purchasing choices this Christmas, he would encourage them to consider shopping local. “Every € spent in the town will help keep jobs in place,” he pointed out, adding that there was excellent ...

SHARP CRITICISM OF DECISION TO DISBAND DIVISIONAL DRUGS UNIT WARNING THAT IT WILL “MAKE LIFE EASIER” FOR DRUG PUSHERS

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1 Feb 2013 Comments Off on SHARP CRITICISM OF DECISION TO DISBAND DIVISIONAL DRUGS UNIT WARNING THAT IT WILL “MAKE LIFE EASIER” FOR DRUG PUSHERS

By MICHAEL McDONNELL michael@northern-standard.ie THE DECISION to disband the Cavan/Monaghan Divisional Drugs Unit, despite its ongoing success in thwarting drug dealers and bringing about numerous prosecutions since it was established in 1999, has been met with sharp criticism from public representatives and a general sense of bewilderment among members of the public themselves. Fianna Fáil town and county councillor Robbie Gallagher, who highlighted the issue last week and is himself a former garda, described the move as “another major blow to law and order in this region”. His party colleague ...