McHugh Encourages Donegal Graduates with Early-Stage Start-Ups to Apply for €500,000 fund
I want entrepreneurial students and graduates to think hard about competing in this €500,000 fund. It will provide up to €50,000 in equity for up to 10 successful applicants. This incentive is designed to accelerate the growth of start-up companies that have the capability to succeed in global markets.
€200 million in funding is a major boost to the Irish Film Industry - Neville
Over €200 million in new funding will be a major boost to the Irish Film Industry over the next decade, Limerick TD, Tom Neville has said.
Ballymun is the ideal location for Irish Language Hub – Rock
The Government needs to strongly consider Ballymun for the location of its planned new Irish language and cultural hub for Dublin, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sugar Tax is proving a huge success even before its implementation - Noone
In advance of the implementation of the Sugar Tax, it is already having an impact on how soft drinks companies are selling their products, Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone has said.
Minister McHugh Announces 10 year plan for €178 million investment package on the Irish language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands as part of Project Ireland 2040
The long-term funding package will run over 10 years and includes investment for Údarás na Gaeltachta of €105 million to help drive employment in the Gaeltacht with targets of 1,000 new jobs to be created a year. Some €33 million will be invested in the Gaeltacht Language Planning Process and €13 millon invested in Irish Language Networks and Gaeltacht Service Towns like Letterkenny, Galway, Dingle, Donegal Town and Dungloe. Another €27 millon will be invested in island marine infrastructures.
McLoughlin welcomes exciting new venture for Sligo as LiveTiles to establish AI innovation centre
Some 50 new high quality jobs will be created in Sligo this year by global software company LiveTiles, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Co-ops need to show solidarity with hard pressed farmers - Lombard
Co-ops needs to show solidarity with hard pressed farmers by not dropping the price of milk, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Donegal TD Joe McHugh welcomes €55,000 in Development Education funding for the Inishowen Development Partnership
This €55,000 funding for the Inishowen Development Partnership will help members of the public to see for themselves the importance of sustainability and improve their awareness of their role as global citizens.
Garda station needed for Cherrywood - Bailey
An Garda Síochána must examine the need for a new Garda Station in Cherrywood, Co. Dublin, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Rolling Stones Fans Can’t Get No Fair Transaction - Fans Gouged As TD Urges Action
Today, Rolling Stones fans were outraged as concerts across the globe sold out with tickets instantly appearing on Ticketmaster-owned Seatwave for multiples of face value. Fine Gael TD Noel Rock last year authored legislation to ban the above cost reselling of tickets and today called for that legislation to be enacted by Government immediately.