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#Kathleen Doyle

# kathleen-doyle - Tuesday 6 February, 2018

Mayo star Keegan hits out at 'very dirty' Kerry tackle on team-mate Evan Regan

The Westerners are monitoring a few injury concerns at the moment.

# kathleen-doyle - Friday 7 October, 2011

Quarter-final countdown: the view from Wales

Curious about how the Welsh view Irish rugby? Look no further: we’ve found a bona fide, valley-dwelling Welsh person to respond to your queries.

# kathleen-doyle - Wednesday 31 August, 2011

Loughnane's boots were made for walking... just not in 88% humidity

Galway’s Olive Loughnane put in a brave effort to finish four minutes off the pace in the 20km Walk at the Athletics World Championships this morning.

# kathleen-doyle - Tuesday 17 May, 2011

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Strong response to Prime Time's exposé of the Irish taxi industry

Spokesperson for the Irish Taxi Federation, John Ussher, and Taxi Regulator Kathleen Doyle have responded to the claims made in last night’s programme about taxi drivers in Ireland.

# kathleen-doyle - Thursday 15 July, 2010

A RANDOM CHECK of 100 taxi drivers in Galway one night showed that 20% were not tax compliant. Speaking to the Oireachtas transport committee yesterday, Norman Gillanders, assistant secretary of the Revenue Commissioners said the check reflected other checks carried out in other parts of Ireland.

Mr Gillanders said “we’ve done these checkpoints all around the country” and “when the checkpoints appear certainly the taxi traffic thins out quickly”.

Frank Fahey, chairman of the committee said: ““I think the fact that so many people disappear when such an exercise takes place, does prove the point that has been made time and again, by legitimate full-time taxi operators . . . and it will certainly help to keep the cowboys out of the business.”

Yesterday, Taxi Regulator Kathleen Doyle announced a four-week public consultation process to review taxi fares. The public can make submissions online and the outcomes will be announced in September.