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Earlier to-day a demonstration from the concerned citizens of Wicklow town staged a picket on the Head shop here in the town
The town’s citizens are not going to let this situation continue without a fight
Family’s within the town are demanding the closure of this Head shop and will picket any other landlord that will offer premises for any other Head shop I am reliably informed
Well done to the brave ladies and Gents for this morning’s action
Parents believe that products sold are drawing children into experimenting with drugs and this must be stamped out Period!
To the Wicklow TD’s
Our viewers would like to know, what is your position on the spread of these Head shops?
What the current situation is with regards the spread of these head shops and what
are the current trading times allowed for such shops?
what are you doing rid our communities of these very
destructive and now life threatening dangers to our children.
For your information I attach a report on some compounds that are been sold to children from these head shops
You will be aware that two children were found dead last week in England after consuming “mephedrone”
Will we have to wait for the death of Irish children before we ban these Drugs?
See posting report at http://thepressnet.com/2010/03/18/selling-death/
Opposition parties have sought an assurance from the Government that other banks will not follow the lead of Permanent TSB if it puts up its variable mortgage interest rates.
Finance Minister Brian Lenihan said that no Minister for Finance since the foundation of the State had come into the Dáil and announced what mortgage interest rates would be.
He also pointed out that Permanent TSB had not applied to come under NAMA, nor had it sought any recapitalisation from the State.
Mr Lenihan added that Permanent TSB had paid for the benefit of the State
and said the bank was in a difficult situation with historically low interest rates.
Lenihan again, cops out!
Has he forgotten that is the Governments guarantees ,that keeps this corrupt financial Toxic Bank Afloat?
All he has to do is make a phone call, but for 70 thousand family’s,
The sad news is,
You’re not worth it!
Water pipes seem to be broken under this streach of the Marlton Road
We have tested this water and there is no chlorine present so it must be surface water coming up through the road.
This often happens where the land is higher than the road.
Thanks again for letting us know as it is always worth checking.
Wicklow Area Engineer,
Sent: 25 January 2010 21:43
To: County Secretary – Group
Subject: water pipe breakages
Dear sir or Madam
I wish to draw your attention to the water pipe breakages on the Marlton road
Please inform the relevant department,
Hoping this will bring about the speedy repair and help conserve this precious resource!