John Hegarty has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The chronicle.ie' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, John Hegarty was highly popular in November, 2016.
Enter a key term, phrase, name or location to get a selection of only relevant news from all RSS channels. Enter a domain's or RSS channel's URL to read their news in a convenient way and get a complete analytics on this RSS feed.
[...] vital that all the infrastructural works take place before work on the houses begins. Cllr. John Hegarty said it was a difficult application and many people had concerns about the development but he [...]
[...] was unsympathetic. It’s one job or the other, he declared insisting on changing the time. John Hegarty was another that the change would cause problems for but he was prepared to put up with it. [...]
[...] frequency to make the service more attractive for commuters from all over the county, Cllr. John Hegarty told the meeting that in other countries it was not unusual for people to transfer to local [...]
[...] peace to a troubled Council District. But it’s not as simple as that, according to Cllr. John Hegarty. John is a teacher at Wexford CBS and in his work uses Restorative Practice. He pointed [...]
[...] in the matter and people should be careful about where they disposed of cigarettes. Cllr. John Hegarty said that he had been approached by a number of people recently who praised the level of [...]
[...] raised by members of the Gorey Municipal District Council in respect of both villages. Cllr. John Hegarty said that in principle he was opposed to any speed limits being increased in villages. Cllr [...]
[...] expressed concern for the fears which residents might have in relation to the plan. But Cllr. John Hegarty said there was a danger that too much emphasis might be put on possible negative impacts of [...]
[...] and it concerned him that it was being taken away from the people of the parishes. Cllr. John Hegarty said he believed Cllr Ireton had a point and the ownership of such properties was something [...]
[...] this the high point of his time in politics. He paid tribute to the two previous Chairmen, John Hegarty and Malcolm Byrne, for the work they did to bring the district to the point it is at now. [...]