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Today in Dáil Éireann at Leaders' Questions I raised the issues of Homelessness with Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Simon Coveney. Many families and individuals are living only one crisis away from homelessness and it is a issue which affects all areas of our society.

Those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness are some of the most exposed and vulnerable members of our society. We need to act decisiveness and with urgency to tackle the ‘perfect storm’ that has arisen and which is leading to a catastrophic increase in the incidence of homelessness.
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'Cut Loose' will take place at Holycross GAA Club on Sunday 16th July 2017 and it promises to be once again the highlight event of the summer.

Tickets are now on sale from this weekend and available in my office should anyone wish to purchase them as a Christmas Gift.
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Following representations made to Tipperary Co. Council in relation to Cardens Court, Templemore, and in particular, to the lack of public lighting at that area.

I am please to received confirmation from the Company dealing with Cardens Court, have resolved issues with the energy supplier in respect of the public lighting which is a further step in having the public lighting restored within the estate.
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