Dublin businesses will pay the price as FF Councillors look for soft target – Duffy
Dublin’s small and medium businesses will be hit with increased rates when they can least afford it because Fianna Fáil Councillors were looking for a soft target, a Fine Gael General Election candidate has said.
More hot air from Fianna Fáil on housing with their latest nonsensical proposal - O’Dowd
• Bill would mean that Local Authorities would be free to remove social housing requirement from build-to-rent developments • Darragh O’Brien’s Private Members Bill the latest FF housing initiative that doesn’t pass basic scrutiny • Fine Gael calls on other Dáil parties not to back this poorly thought out Bill
Will FF councillors back landmark investment in rural Ireland and show support for NBP?
Fianna Fáil councillors are set to come under pressure to show their support for the most significant investment in rural Ireland since rural electrification and back the National Broadband Plan, a Fine Gael TD has said.
FF continue to dodge questions on their lack of housing policy – O’Dowd
Fianna Fáil’s policy on housing is to simply talk about producing one but failing to ever do so, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Three new classrooms, a state-of-the-art science lab and new art room for Skerries Community College – Reilly
Fine Gael bye-election candidate, Senator James Reilly, has confirmed Skerries Community College has been approved for a state-of-the-art extension.
Minister Helen McEntee Elected as Vice-President of European People’s Party
Reilly welcomes sharp decrease in smokers
Fine Gael bye-election candidate, Senator James Reilly, has warmly welcomed the sharp decrease in the number of smokers in Ireland.
Fianna Fáil still can’t answer why they are proposing illegal housing policies – Brophy
Fianna Fáil still can’t answer why they are proposing illegal housing policies, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Statement from Verona Murphy and Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan
Minister Mitchell O’Connor highlights importance of College Awareness Week
The Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. today highlighted the importance of College Awareness Week, a nationwide campaign aimed at raising awareness relating to the benefits of going to college. The Minister also took the opportunity to emphasise to prospective students the many other pathways available to them through apprenticeships, traineeships and Post-Leaving Certificate (PLC) courses.