Peter Fitzpatrick TD

Peter is a TD for Louth and the manager of Louth Senior Football Team, the Leinster finalists of 2010. He is a native of Dundalk, and ha’s lived there all his life. Peter is married to Ann and they have three grown up children, Stephen, Daramay and Grace He works in the electrical business and he served in the army from 1987 until 1990

Peter played GAA senior football for Louth from 1980 until 1996, during which time he captained the team for five years He’ is a loyal supporter of Dundalk Football Club and he played for the team in the late 1970's and early 1980's The Corrs and U2 are Peter’'s favourite bands and his favourite film is 'Gladiator'.

Public Service provides job opportunities for graduates – Fitzpatrick

Reforms mean Public Service can hire graduates and frontline staff

Reduction of speed limits in residential areas necessary to ensure safety of children, cyclists and pedestrians - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick, has welcomed the directive issued by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, requiring all local authorities to examine speed limits in residential areas and housing estates.

Hogan as Commissioner intent on supporting young farmers and reducing red tape - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick, has strongly welcomed the proposed measures to support the farming sector as outlined by the European Agricultural Commissioner elect, Phil Hogan, during his confirmation hearing in Brussels.

Sport Ireland Bill to streamline sports development and policy - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Member of the Oireachtas Health Committee and former Louth Senior manager, Peter Fitzpatrick, has welcomed the establishment of Sport Ireland, a new body which will combine the Irish Sports Council and the National Sports Campus. Deputy Fitzpatrick was speaking in the Dáil today on the Sports Ireland Bill 2014.

New jobs in tourism and an increase in visitors vindicates Govt’s VAT reduction - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick, has said that CSO job creation figures and the latest data on tourism figures represent a vindication of the Government’s decision to retain the 9% VAT rate for tourism services and the scrappage of the air travel tax.