Electric vehicle charging network set for overhaul - Lombard
Cork will greatly benefit from a multi-million euro pot to develop a state of the art electric vehicle charging network, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Luas lunch box strike must be derailed– Richmond
Any Luas drivers’ strike over their lunch breaks will be disastrous for the 109,000 commuters who use it daily, Fine Gael Senator Neale Richmond has claimed.
John Paul Phelan appointed as Fine Gael’s Director of Elections for the 2019 Local Elections
Minister of State for Local Government and Electoral Reform, John Paul Phelan TD has been appointed as Fine Gael’s Director of Elections for the Local Elections in 2019.
Additional €500k for Sligo Mountain Bike Trail – McLoughlin
Fine Gael TD for Sligo - Leitrim and Assistant Government Whip, Tony McLoughlin, has said the new Coolaney Mountain Bike Trail will be a major boost to tourism in the region.
Ennis data centre planning application must not be delayed - Carey
Fine Gael TD Joe Carey has asked Clare County Council to ensure there is no delay in facilitating a planning application for a one million square foot data centre on the outskirts of Ennis that will result in the creation of more than 2,000 permanent, ancillary and construction jobs.
100 new jobs for Waterford’s biggest employer- Coffey
THE biggest employer in Waterford is adding 100 jobs to its workforce at a lens manufacturing facility in a timely boost for the region, Senator Paudie Coffey has said.
Racial abuse aimed at young family completely out of order – Rock
A Fine Gael TD has expressed shock and disgust after a photo he posted on social media alongside a young family was bombarded with racial abuse.
Lombard calls for sun cream VAT reduction to be included in Finance Bill
Senator Tim Lombard said that the Finance Bill should include a reduction on the VAT on sun cream.
Time has come to bin election posters - Coffey
A widespread ban on election posters has been called for by Waterford Fine Gael General Election candidate Paudie Coffey.
Post Brexit passport rush continues - Richmond
Figures released to Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, have shown that the post Brexit rush for Irish passports in the UK continues with 2018 set to be the busiest year so far.