Mick Wallace https://t.co/lupDn1qtGu - Is new #Taoiseach ok with #NAMA giving misleading information? Or is that what you do with awkward questions..?
Mick Wallace Another Strong Performance from Wexford @YouthsWomen, drawing 2-2 away to Peamount - staying top of the League tab… https://t.co/Y8PzJHi5rZ
Mick Wallace @WexfordFC Youths go down 2-1 to Longford, but stay just one point behind Athlone... https://t.co/qwVEM76JVe
Mick Wallace I've no problem with the #GardaCommissioner taking 5 weeks holidays - I think the Government should give her 5 yea… https://t.co/JdtirRZ2ke
Following the discovery of building flaws at the Priory Hall complex this week, Mick submitted a private notice question to the Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan askinh him how he plans to regulate building quality in the construction industry. The problems in Priory Hall have raised questions about the quality of building work in residential property nationwide. As someone involved in the construction industry for many years, Mick has indicated that the lack of supervision on building sites is enabling builders to carry out work below a reasonable standard. Minister Fergus O'Dowd responded on behalf of Minister Hogan. You can watch the exchange here.

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