Cllr. in South Dublin County Council for Greenhills,Templeogue-Terenure

Dermot has a degree in Social Science (Social Policy and Politics with Sociology) from UCD and a Higher Diploma in Primary Education from Hibernia College.

Dermot has been a councillor since 2009 and joined the SocDems in June 2017. He is from Greenhills, Dublin 12 and works as a primary school teacher in St Dominic’s National School, Tallaght.

Dermot is a patron member of St Patrick’s Athletic FC and a qualified football coach.

“The Social Democrats are an exciting new force on the left in Irish politics. I have been enthused by the energy and activism of their members in challenging the status quo and standing for a fairer, more decent society.”

“The Social Democrats are an exciting new force on the left in Irish politics. I have been enthused by the energy and activism of their members in challenging the status quo and standing for a fairer, more decent society.”

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1 week ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

**Update on Traders/McHugh site in Greenhills. Please feel free to share.*** I will be delivering the letter to residents over the next few days. Please feel free to get in touch on 086-0683007 or Carly.bailey@socialdemocrats.ie. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Sean Fallon

Suzanne Hughes Fagan Margaret Corbally Hogan Aine Connolly Niland Niamh Haverty Amanda Kealy Elaine Norton

Vincent Walsh

Sara McNally

Give us a shout if u need a hand delivering

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2 weeks ago

Cllr Dermot Looney

As some of you may know, I am currently involved in researching the history of St Patrick’s Athletic FC.

I am giving a talk on the early history of St Pat’s on Monday January 28th at Richmond Barracks as part of the club’s 90th anniversary celebrations. All are welcome.

Please feel free to share this amongst your friends who might be interested.

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As some of you may know, I am currently involved in researching the history of St Patrick’s Athletic FC.I am giving a talk on the early history of St Pat’s on Monday January 28th at Richmond Barracks as part of the club’s 90th anniversary celebrations. All are welcome.Please feel free to share this amongst your friends who might be interested.Dermot 🔴⚪️

 

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I will be there Dermot..looking forward to it

Will it be videoed Dermot

hi Janine played for drumcondra.(we think) . And definitely Bohemian s and shamrock rovers and shelbourne but not St. Pat's?

Hughie Hutchinson this might interest you

Yes he did Nuala Ní Chonchrá x

Rita Crowe Power Terri O'Loughlin Nuala Ní Chonchrá didn't grandad play for Pats too?

Anita Glynn.... he would love this

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Greenhills College of Further Education is open to the public today for our annual Open Day!

Prospective students have the opportunity to meet staff, look around the college and learn about the study opportunities available.👩🏼‍🏫👩🏼‍💻📚👩🏻‍🎓 @ddletb

Company who took my money to deliver leaflets, then destroyed those leaflets, then strung me along for months pretending the leaflets weren’t destroyed, then refused to refund me, then refused to engage via solicitors, have just emailed me looking for more business. #BrassNeck

The members of the first Dáil promised to eradicate poverty and to use the country’s wealth & resources for the benefit of all of its people. Regrettably, we do not live in that Ireland yet. @RoisinShortall addresses #Dail100 commemoration #SocDems @CathMurphyTD

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