Export increases show need for more EU trade deals post Brexit – Richmond
Annual export increases show the need for more EU trade deals post Brexit, a Dublin-based Senator has said.
Taoiseach launches “Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery – a health led response to drug and alcohol use in Ireland 2017-2025”
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, today joined Minister for Health Simon Harris and Minister of State Catherine Byrne to launch “Reducing Harm, Supporting Recovery – a health led response to drug and alcohol use in Ireland 2017-2025”.
Cannabis Bill contains no safeguards against harmful use by patients- O’Connell
A report from the health committee has today recommended that the Cannabis for Medicinal Use Regulation Bill 2016 should not proceed to committee stage.
An ill-informed minority cannot be allowed to jeopardise RWC bid – Richmond
Speaking in the Seanad during the debate on the Rugby World Cup Bill, Fine Gael Senator and rugby player, Neale Richmond, has stated that an ill-informed minority cannot be allowed to jeopardise Ireland's bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
New Bill will give over 60,000 families greater certainty around autism supports
A Fine Gael Bill will see over 60,000 families benefit from greater supports for children with autism.
Unemployment in Ireland continues to fall - Rock
All religious families strongly protected in baptism proposals – Corcoran Kennedy
Myths and misinformation have no place in baptism debate – Cannon
Fine Gael TD Tony McLoughlin's fracking Bill passed by the Oireachtas
Fracking will now be banned in Ireland thanks to the first Private Members Bill to be passed through the Houses of the Oireachtas by a Government TD.
Minority faiths to be protected under new admissions rules - Richmond
Children of minority faiths will be protected under new proposals from Fine Gael Education Minister, Richard Bruton, on school admissions.