October 19, 2021
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THE first shots of the Civil War were fired on 18 February 1922, when an IRA unit commanded by Ernie O’Malley seized a police station in Clonmel. The last shots were fired in April this year when Séamus Ó Néill, president of Fianna Fáil’s  Comhairle Dáilcheantair for Waterford, issued a statement criticising Micheál Martin for proposing a government coalition
A Waterford TD has strongly criticised the new Government for “neglecting” the South East. Local poll topper David Cullinane spoke out after it emerged Waterford and the region were passed over in the new Cabinet appointments. Deputy Cullinane described the absence of any senior cabinet position for the South East as “incredible”, which he said […]