150 new jobs a significant vote of confidence in local economy- Durkan
Kildare-based food manufacturer Dawn Farms, which exports to over 40 markets around the world, has today announced it will add a further 150 jobs to its headquarters in Naas over the next five years.
Parents & children must be aware - what goes online stays online
“What goes online stays online.” These are the words of caution for parents from Meath East Minister of State and Government Chief Whip, Regina Doherty, who is working to protect children from the potential risks of online communications.
Vet Lab in Limerick must remain open- Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick Tom Neville called for the veterinary laboratory there to remain open in the Dáil this week.
Richmond to Chair Seanad Brexit Committee
Fine Gael Dublin Rathdown Senator and Government spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has been appointed Chair of the new Seanad Select Committee on Brexit by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, and the Leader of the Seanad, Senator Jerry Buttimer.
Hard work rewards as Cork-Boston route finally set to take off – Buttimer
Fine Gael Senator and Leader of Seanad Éireann, Jerry Buttimer, has expressed his delight at the launch of Norwegian Airlines transatlantic routes from Cork after a long and challenging journey to secure the service.
Fine Gael Parliamentary Party statement – Chairman Martin Heydon
An Taoiseach and Fine Gael party leader, Enda Kenny TD, has told a Fine Gael Parliamentary Party meeting that he will outline his future intentions after his trip to the US next month. Fine Gael Party Chairman, Martin Heydon TD for Kildare South, said the Fine Gael party proceeds in “a united fashion”.
Tribunal of inquiry must not become a gravy train for a few – Buttimer
Fine Gael Cork Senator, Jerry Buttimer, has welcomed the approval of a Tribunal of Inquiry to investigate the alleged smear campaign against Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe, but has urged that we must ensure the costs don’t run unreasonably high.
Few Irish people are aware that we have a National Famine Commemoration day – Brophy
Fine Gael’s new law will protect cyclists on Irish Roads
In a bid to protect cyclists on Irish roads, Fine Gael Galway East TD, Ciaran Cannon and Government Chief Whip Regina Doherty, will tomorrow (weds) publish a Bill that will see motorists forced to obey a minimum passing distance of 1.5 metres- and one metre in zones with speed limits of under 50 km per hour- when overtaking cyclists.
Fine Gael’s Action Plan for Jobs has surpassed its employment target – Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick, and member of the Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Tom Neville, has said that Fine Gael’s Action Plan for Jobs has surpassed its employment targets ensuring that employment is now at its highest level since the economic crash in 2008.