Dublin West and Longford -Westmeath Bye-Elections
Following the moving of writs in Dáil Eireann, Mr. Phil Hogan, T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government has made an order today (1 May 2014) appointing Friday 23 May 2014 as the polling day for the Dublin West and Longford-Westmeath bye-elections.
Crucial to send a strong, experienced voice like Brian Hayes to European Parliament to fight for jobs in Dublin – Bruton
It is crucial to send a strong, experienced representative like Brian Hayes to the European Parliament to fight for jobs in Dublin, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD said today. Speaking in Dublin today, Minister Bruton said:
Foreign Affairs Council imposes additional sanctions as situation in Ukraine deteriorates
EU Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels described the referendum held in eastern Ukraine yesterday as “illegitimate and illegal” and moved to impose additional sanctions against individuals, and companies based in the Crimea.
Minister Donohoe to attend Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels
The Minister for European Affairs, Paschal Donohoe, is attending the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels today, which is expected to be dominated by the crisis in Ukraine.
Speech by Ms Frances Fitzgerald, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
The aim of the Children First Bill 2014 is to improve the care and protection of children by raising awareness of child abuse and neglect.
Charlie Flanagan TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs welcomes Erasmus+ (2014-2020) bringing over 16 million Euro to support youth work in Ireland over the next 7 years.
Minister Charlie Flanagan T.D. welcomed the launch, by the Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairi, Quinn T.D. of the Erasmus+ 2014 – 2020- the EU’s support programme for life long learning, training and sport.
Another step in the right direction as 350 new jobs announced for Cork – Buttimer
Voxpro recruiting for multilingual and technical positions
An Taoiseach launches Fine Gael’s campaign for the Local Elections 2014
Strong tourism performance continues - further boost expected with €0 travel tax - Varadkar
Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Leo Varadkar TD has welcomed the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office for overseas visits to Ireland and predicted a further boost after the travel tax falls to €0 next week.
Reply by the Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Alan Shatter TD re The need to establish a commission of investigation into the case of a particular person: Cynthia Owen
I fully understand the detailed concerns that have been raised in relation to the infant who died in such terrible circumstances and I am, of course, deeply conscious of the ongoing profound trauma and distress of the mother of the child concerned.