Coffey welcomes announcement of further 100 jobs for Waterford city
Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has today (Monday) welcomed the announcement of a further 100 jobs for Waterford city. The jobs are to be created by Eishtec, which is a Waterford based call centre company that was established less than two years and that has grown to a point now where it will employ over 500 people in the city.
Green light given for Palliative Care Unit to progress at Waterford Regional Hospital - Coffey
Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has welcomed news of further progress for the Palliative Care Unit in Waterford Regional Hospital (WRH) under the HSE Service Plan for this year. Deputy Coffey has raised this matter with the Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly TD, for the delivery of the vital service for the South East Region. The Palliative Care Unit has been promised for many years but it is now being progressed further.
Buttimer welcomes opening of 20 extra beds at Marymount Hospice
e Gael Cork South Central TD and Chairman of the Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children, Jerry Buttimer, has welcomed the opening of 20 additional beds in Marymount Hospice saying it recognises the excellent services offered by the team and staff at Curraheen.
Murphy welcomes upgrade of Inniscarra Water Treatment Plant
Fine Gael Cork North Central Deputy, Dara Murphy, has welcomed confirmation from the Minister for Environment, Community & Local Government, Phil Hogan TD, that Cork County Council’s proposals for the Inniscarra Water Treatment Plant and Sludge Treatment Upgrade contract have been approved.
Ban on fish discards is a big step in the right direction - McHugh
Fine Gael TD for Donegal North East, Joe McHugh, has today (Wednesday) described this morning’s comprehensive European ban on fish discards as an important step forward for the fishing industry.
New youth leadership training programme honours the wonderful legacy of Dermot Earley – Feighan
Fine Gael TD for Roscommon/South Leitrim, Frank Feighan, has expressed his delight that a new youth leadership and development programme will honour the wonderful legacy of the late Dermot Earley, renowned Roscommon footballer and former Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces. The programme has been devised by NUI Galway and Foróige in partnership with the GAA and the Alan Kerins Project.
Coffey requests Minister to sanction funding for Palliative Care Unit at WRH
Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has asked the Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly TD, to sanction the required funding for the Palliative Care Unit at Waterford Regional Hospital (WRH). Deputy Coffey made the request following on from assurances given by the Minister that cancer services would be retained at WRH in any regional reconfiguration that would take place.
Landmark €300m investment in research will lead to high-end jobs in Cork - Harrington
Fine Gael Cork South West Deputy, Noel Harrington, has said the landmark investment being made by Government and private industry into seven world-class research centres, represents the largest investment of its kind in the State which will lead to high-end jobs being created in Cork and across the country.
JobsPlus will provide major incentive for small businesses to create jobs - Barry
Fine Gael Cork East TD and Chair of the Fine Gael Internal Jobs Committee, Tom Barry, has today (Friday) welcomed the inclusion of the JobsPlus initiative in this year’s Action Plan for Jobs (APJ) 2013, saying it will make it much easier for small businesses to create new jobs. JobsPlus is one of seven Disruptive Reforms included in the APJ 2013, and it will see the Government covering 25% of the cost of hiring someone who is long-term unemployed.
Jobs Committee report tackles issues of youth and long-term unemployment - English
Fine Gael Meath West TD and Chair of the Oireachtas Jobs Committee, Damien English TD, has welcomed the publication of the Committee’s report, ‘Creating Policies that Work: Actions to Address Youth and Long-Term Unemployment’, which has recommended a range of measures to help young people and the long term unemployed get back to work. The report makes a specific recommendation that the Discovery Zone initiative, which started in Co. Meath, should be promoted as best practice.