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Two-year delay for Stepaside Garda station

7th January, 2018
Stepaside Garda station

Department of Justice officials warned that Stepaside Garda station could take up to two years to reopen in a confidential memo written four months ago.

The reopening of the Garda station in Minister for Transport Shane Ross’s constituency was announced last June and re-announced by the government before Christmas, along with five other stations, on a pilot basis.

But confidential emails obtained by The Sunday Business Post show that an official in the...

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