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-  Deborah Sweeney

Mitchell O’Connor and Min. Fitzgerald focus on women, children and families in Dun Laoghaire

Fine Gael Dun Laoghaire Deputy, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, will tomorrow (Thursday) welcome the Minister for Children, Frances Fitzgerald TD, to Dun Laoghaire, where the Minister will officially open the Cottage Home Family Support Service, visit the Harold Primary School and address the Women in Business Alliance at the Dun Laoghaire Chamber of Commerce.

-  Deborah Sweeney

Bannon welcomes engagement of OPW on River Shannon issues

Speaking following a meeting of the Committee on Environment, which was attended by representatives from the Office of Public Works, Fine Gael Longford/Westmeath Deputy, James Bannon, welcomed the engagement by officials and their commitment to address the issues of flooding on the River Shannon.

-  Deborah Sweeney

D’arcy welcomes €1m fodder scheme for farmers

Fine Gael Louth Senator, Jim D’arcy, has welcomed the new €1 million scheme announced by the Minister for Agriculture, Simon Coveney TD, to reduce the price of imported fodder to farmers.

-  Deborah Sweeney

€1m special boxing club allocation welcome – Coffey

Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has welcomed news by the Minister for Sport, Michael Ring TD, that boxing clubs around the country are to be allocated €1 million worth of funding. Deputy Coffey said these funds will be used to upgrade training facilities for young boxers, particularly women.

-  Deborah Sweeney

€1m special boxing club allocation welcome – Coffey

Fine Gael Waterford Deputy, Paudie Coffey, has welcomed news by the Minister for Sport, Michael Ring TD, that boxing clubs around the country are to be allocated €1 million worth of funding. Deputy Coffey said these funds will be used to upgrade training facilities for young boxers, particularly women.

-  Sarah Meade

Encouraging increase in Enterprise Ireland jobs in Meath - English

Fine Gael Meath West TD and Chairman of the Oireachtas Jobs Committee, Damien English, has today (Friday) said that new figures show there has been an encouraging increase in the number of jobs in Enterprise Ireland (EI) supported companies over the last two years. The number of jobs in EI companies in Meath was up to 4,771 last year, an increase of almost 500 since 2010. Furthermore, the number of jobs in EI companies in the county is now above 2008 levels.

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