Nuala has managed the office of Catherine Murphy since 2012 and  spends the majority of her time dealing first hand with constituent queries with a view to finding the relevant solutions. This has enabled her to understand the issues facing people in their daily lives.

This direct experience has given Nuala the knowledge and expertise to navigate the systems of local and national government in
order to deliver solutions.She has strong relationships across local and national politics. These relationships allow her to be proactive in handling any issues that arise in North Kildare.

Nuala played a pivotal role in the campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment and she was a founding member of the ‘Leixlip for Repeal’ and the ‘Clane for Repeal’ groups.  She also worked on the Kildare Coalition to Repeal and helped to establish other regional groups during the campaign.

Nuala was born and raised in Leixlip as the third child of a family of 9 and attended primary and secondary school in Leixlip. She has a wide extended family and a large circle of friends in the area and she continues to live with her son in North Kildare. Nuala also worked in local government in the UK as an Employer Engagement and Business Development specialist developing and providing award winning public sector training.

Nuala has been involved with the Social Democrats since the foundation of the party. She believes that we have the vision to radically change Irish politics but more importantly to make a meaningful difference in people’s everyday lives.

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Confusingly, Irish Water refers to distribution input as “demand”, and instead of calling this an “increase in mains leakage” Irish Water calls it an “increase in
demand”. When leakage from the mains gets worse, Irish Water says “demand
has gone up”

#not1pipe #right2water

#IrishWater told the Joint Committee that only “one or two”
European cities have leakage below 10% and that (with one “possible” exception)
“a target of 20% is not achieved in any water utility in any part of Britain”. This
was not the case:

Irish Water is scrambling to drum up support for one of the biggest – and most
illogical – infrastructure projects in Ireland’s history. @KennedyAnalysis

#FixthePipes #not1pipe

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