Mick Wallace .@sundaybusiness Someone should tell @rtenews - they continue to protect #NAMA and Fine Gael/ Labour's refusal t… https://t.co/6u28Ifqks7
Mick Wallace #Garda Comm claims undergoing "radical reform" - Nothing could be further from the truth. Gov hiding behind it's… https://t.co/HSEKIr8Uez
Mick Wallace RT @YouthsWomen: FULL TIME: Wexford Youths Women 2 - 0 Galway WFC, goals coming from Claire O'Riordan and Emma Hansberry in the second half!
Mick Wallace @WexfordFC lose out 2-0 to @WaterfordFCie in front of over 1600 - Good to see 18 year olds Craig Hayes and Eoin Po… https://t.co/hqVo7dmi5Y
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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