500 new jobs for Clare based company - Breen
Fine Gael TD for Clare and Chairman of the Oireachtas Foreign Affairs Committee, Pat Breen, has said that the announcement of 500 new jobs by healthcare recruitment company TTM, is very good news for Clare.
Keating receives apology from An Bord Pleanála in relation to Lucan United development
Fine Gael TD for Dublin Mid-West, Derek Keating, has received an apology from An Bord Pleanála following inaccurate reports suggesting he had objected to the Lucan United proposed development at Airlie Heights Lucan.
Over 5,800 additional new IDA jobs for Dublin in 2015 - Byrne
Fine Gael TD for Dublin South Central, Catherine Byrne, has welcomed the positive employment figures for Dublin released this week by the IDA, saying that continued job creation will keep the recovery going in Dublin.
How can Micheál Martin lead the country when he can’t lead his own party? – D’Arcy
Fine Gael Senator for Louth/East Meath, Jim D’Arcy, has this week called on all Fianna Fáil candidates to clarify their position on whether they will go into government with Sinn Féin as many seem to be definitively at odds with their party leader.
Cost creep in the tourism sector is totally unacceptable – Coghlan
Speaking in the Seanad, Government Chief Whip and Senator for Kerry, Paul Coghlan, said that cost creep and price gouging in the tourism sector is totally unacceptable and should not be tolerated.
2012 Committee Report should be considered as climate change causes major flooding – Corcoran Kennedy
Fine Gael TD for Laois/Offaly, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has said that recent flooding is alerting us to the fact that climate change is real and that the Oireachtas Environment Committee report from July 2012 should be considered in decisions made to deal with the issue. Deputy Corcoran Kennedy was speaking in the Dáil on the recent Shannon flooding.
Neville represents Ireland in Geneva to discuss children’s rights
Fine Gael TD for Limerick and Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Dan Neville, was one of only two Irish delegates to join the Minister for Children, James Reilly for the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Geneva.
Sligo mammography procurement meeting underway – McLoughlin
Fine Gael TD for Sligo/Leitrim, Tony McLoughlin, has said that today’s meeting with a company hoping to provide a follow up mammography service at Sligo University Hospital, is another welcome step in the HSE’s procurement process.
New national plan aims to get half a million more people taking regular exercise – Fitzpatrick
Fine Gael TD for Louth and Member of the Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children, Peter Fitzpatrick, has said that Ireland’s first ever National Physical Activity Plan will aim to get half a million more people taking regular exercise.
Julie Hogan to represent Fine Gael in Wexford in General Election
Fine Gael has announced that Julie Hogan will represent the party in the Wexford Constituency in the forthcoming General Election, along with Government Chief Whip Paul Kehoe and Senator Michael D’Arcy.