Nicola Curry

Nicola Curry (Dublin South)

Local Rep: Nicola Curry

Consituency: Dublin South

Mobile: 0872917415



PBP Dublin Rathdown meeting "FROM CRECHE TO COLLEGE - THE WAY OUR CHILDREN ARE CARED FOR" with Dr Peadar O Grady

26/06/2013 - 20:00
26/06/2013 - 22:00

Public meeting with Dr Peadar O Grady addressing the topic "FROM CRECHE TO COLLEGE - THE WAY OUR CHILDREN ARE CARED FOR". Venue: Loreto and Nutgrove Community Hall, Loreto Ave (off Nutgrove Ave). 8.00pm.

22/05/13 PBP Rathdown meeting with Cllr Brid Smith, 'Where now after the property tax?' 8pm Loretto Comm Centre, Nutgrove

22/05/2013 - 20:00
22/05/2013 - 21:30

'Where now after the property tax?' 8pm Loretto Comm Centre, Nutgrove

03/02/13 1PM PBP Dublin Rathdown Fundraiser - Historical Walking Tour of Dublin City

03/02/2013 - 13:00
03/02/2013 - 15:00

Book early - places are limited and the last one of these was over-subscribed:
Fund Raiser for People Before Profit - Dublin Rathdown
Guide: Paul O Brien (historian & author)
Meet Sunday Feb 3rd. 1.00pm Henrietta Street/Bolton Street.
Waged €10; unwaged €5.
Contact Mary Smith asap to reserve a place 087 2917415

Nicola Curry on women and economics and participation in politics

Election claims first victim

FIRST blood was drawn in the 2011 General Election campaign in the Dublin South constituency last week after an enthusiastic candidate had to be hospitalised after she got a nasty surprise when she called to one resident’s doorstep.


People Before Profit member and United Left Alliance candidate for Dublin South, Nicola Curry, was leafleting for her launch meeting in Ballyogan when a dog took a chunk out of her middle finger as she was trying to put a leaflet through one letter box.
"It wasn't pleasant, I got quite a fright and one of my fingers is in quite a mess,” said Nicola.
“I was well taken care of in Loughlinstown Hospital though. I even got the chance to pass around a few leaflets in there, so it wasn't all in vain!
“All joking aside though, this is a bit of a warning to canvassers to be very careful when leafleting. This dog didn't make a sound, so I got no warning.
“I'd hate to see anyone else get this kind of fright so I'd like to just alert candidates and their canvassing teams to be careful.”

Nicola is a working mother from Ballyogan and has been active in local and national campaigns to protect the environment and defend the rights of ordinary working people.
She has also campaigned against bin charges and for proper social investment and community facilities locally.
Nicola will be speaking at her official ULA Dublin South launch meeting on Thursday February 3 in Ballinteer St John's GAA club at 8 pm.

(Taken from Southside People newspaper)

Nicola Curry- People Before Profit Candidate Dublin South

Nicola Curry is a working mother of two who recently returned to education at UCD as a mature student. She qualified with a degree in social science, specialising in social policy. She also received a Masters Degree last year.

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