Fine Gael Meath East TD, Regina Doherty, has urged women to avail of regular breast checks. Deputy Doherty, who chairs the Fine Gael Internal Health Committee, was speaking following publication of a new report which highlights cancer survival rates here. “Survival rates for breast cancer in Ireland have improved
News Archive: November 2011
Fine Gael Cork East TD and Chair of the Internal Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Tom Barry, has said that Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary recently presented the Committee with some very worthwhile proposals on boosting tourism numbers here. The airline chief also outlined some of the many challenges facing the indigenous business sector at
Govt reports examine access to credit and barriers to growth Fine Gael in Government is determined to address the needs of the SME sector, according to Cork North West Deputy, Áine Collins, who was commenting on a report by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan on the demand for credit by SMEs and one by
I am delighted to be here at the first Fine Gael Presidential Dinner since our great party was elected to Government. It is also the first since we became the largest Party in the State. Those historic achievements are a fitting reward for the many years of dedicated work of many people in this room
Media must take care when reporting such sensitive issues Fine Gael Limerick TD, Dan Neville, has said that the tragic death by suicide of footballer, Gary Speed, raises concerns about the reporting of suicide within the media, and the impact it can have on vulnerable people. “The tragic death by suicide of Gary Speed is
Fine Gael Meath East TD, Regina Doherty, has said that the introduction of roadside drug testing will help to save lives. Deputy Doherty made her comments today (Monday) following confirmation of the move from the Minister for Transport, Leo Varadkar. “We have come a long way in recent years in improving safety on our roads.
Eithne Kenny, RIP, reposing at Coady’s Funeral Home, Castlebar on Sunday from 4pm -8pm, removal to The Church of The Holy Rosary.
The FG President’s Dinner will go ahead this evening. The Taoiseach will attend.
Counties like Waterford are at greater risk from silent killer Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has said the Minister for the Environment’s willingness to deal with radon gas, by establishing a new expert group to tackle the issue, shows he is serious about eliminating the health risk it poses to people right across
FF’s recklessness with taxpayers’ money continues Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, today (Thursday) said the suggestion made this week in the Seanad by Fianna Fáil Senator, Brian O’Domhnaill, that the Cavan model is adopted where septic tanks are concerned, would see a charge of €200 being imposed on households in place of the €50