6.5% increase in visitors shows 2013 is a great year for tourism - Varadkar
Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Leo Varadkar has said 2013 has become a great year for tourism after the CSO published new figures showing a 6.5% rise in overseas visits to Ireland for the first eight months of 2013.
Fianna Fáil increasingly isolated on No side in Seanad debate - Harris
Government’s strongest critics add voices to Yes side.
Cowen’s tactics show FF has lost the argument on saving the Seanad – Corcoran Kennedy
Fine Gael Laois/Offaly TD and Deputy Director of Elections for Leinster in the Seanad Abolition Referendum, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has today (Sunday) said that the tactics being used by Barry Cowen TD show that Fianna Fáil has already lost the argument on saving the Seanad.
An Taoiseach officially launches Fine Gael’s campaign for a Yes vote on October 4th
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, has today (Tuesday) joined Director of Elections, Minister Richard Bruton TD, and the Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter TD, to launch Fine Gael’s campaign for a Yes vote on October 4th in the Referendums on abolishing the Seanad and establishing a Court of Appeal.
Taoiseach congratulates new Australian Prime Minister
Taoiseach congratulates new Australian PM.
Martin’s barefaced lies are a desperate attempt to hoodwink electorate - Doherty
Restructuring the interest rate on the bailout deal from 6% to 3.5% represents a significant renegotiation in anyone’s language.
FG kicks off programme of regional activity for Seanad Abolition Referendum
Fine Gael’s Director of Elections for the Seanad Referendum, Minister Richard Bruton TD, has today (Wednesday) announced details of Fine Gael’s programme of regional activity for the Referendum campaign. This will kick off with a public meeting in Dublin tomorrow night.
Doherty and Twomey welcome AIB commitment to step up mortgage writedowns
Fine Gael TDs and members of the Oireachtas Finance Committee, Regina Doherty and Liam Twomey, have welcomed a commitment from AIB CEO, David Duffy, that the bank will write down hundreds of millions of euro in distressed mortgages over the coming 12 months.
FF’s personal attack on Mulvey is a red herring - Doherty
Fine Gael’s Deputy Director of Elections for the Seanad Abolition Referendum, Regina Doherty TD, has today (Tuesday) described Fianna Fáil’s personal attack on Kieran Mulvey as a red herring, aimed at distracting voters from its own flip flopping on the issue of the Seanad.
Seanad abolition major element of wider political reform - Noonan
Speaking at a public meeting on the Seanad Abolition Referendum in Limerick this evening (Friday) the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD, said the abolition of the Seanad is not a stand-alone measure, but a major element of a wider reform package.