High time for card payments for taxis – Rock
It is high time credit and debit card payments were made available to passengers in all taxis, a Fine Gael TD has said.
€80m investment in bog rehabilitation would secure 200 jobs in Midlands – Corcoran Kennedy
An €80m investment in peat restoration in the Midlands region would secure 200 jobs for Bórd na Móna employees, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Stronger rights for shoppers as retail figures show the strength of the economy - Noone
Fine Gael Senator and election candidate for Dublin Bay North, Catherine Noone, has highlighted new consumer protections for shoppers as the latest retail figures show the strength of the economy.
Fine Gael Statement
Fine Gael’s Executive Council has agreed to add Councillor TP O’Reilly to the General Election ticket for the Cavan Monaghan constituency.
National policy on flexible working needed – Carey
A national policy on flexible working is needed to ensure that Ireland is prepared for the changing world of work, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Fianna Fáil would bring in nationwide coal, peat and wood ban through the backdoor - Heydon
Fianna Fáil are looking to introduce a nationwide ban on smoky coal which would bring in a ban on turf, peat and wood by the back door, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor announce €18.75m capital grant for Cork institute of Technology under Project Ireland 2040
Multi-million investment in CIT - Lombard
An €18.75m investment in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) will prove to be an immense benefit to current and future students, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor Announce 3,000 New Student Places
€24 million Government funding under new Human Capital Initiative creates additional university and college places on 138 undergraduate courses. 22 higher education institutions benefit from increased investment
Statement from the Leader of Fine Gael An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, on Senator Paudie Coffey
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, has paid tribute to Senator Paudie Coffey following his decision to leave public life at the end of the current Seanad.