Timelines needed for action on Mental Health and Addiction – Neville
A timeline needs to be put in place to ensure that action is taken to properly treat addiction and mental health issues, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Councillor John Paul O’Shea joins Fine Gael
Fine Gael has announced that Cllr John Paul O’Shea has joined the party in Cork.
Corbyn's call for a post-Brexit Customs Union a sensible departure - Richmond
Welcoming the speech by UK Labour Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to students at Coventry University, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has stated that his stance on Brexit is a sensible departure.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor leads largest Education Mission to India to date
Let’s implement Project Ireland 2040 and end distraction tactics - Bailey
Fine Gael in Government is planning for the Ireland of the future and it is time for opposition TDs and Senators to step up and implement the innovative Project Ireland 2040 plan instead of attempting to delay it for political advantage, Deputy Maria Bailey has said.
FF cynical attempt to hijack suckler campaign won’t fool farmers - Deering
The Chairman of the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Pat Deering TD, has criticised Fianna Fáil’s cynical attempt to hijack the ongoing IFA and Irish Farmers Journal campaign aimed at seeking a €200 per head suckler cow payment.
Statement by Enda Kenny TD on the death of Brendan Henaghan
The community of Castlebar will miss Brendan Henaghan who passed away this week.
€1 billion Rural Regeneration Fund is new money which will transform communities – Ring
The Minister for Rural & Community Development, Michael Ring TD, has said that the Rural Regeneration and Development Fund is a game changer for rural Ireland.
False attempt to discredit Project 2040 does rural Ireland no favours– Carey
Fianna Fáil is misrepresenting Project 2040 in an attempt to discredit what is a good plan for rural Ireland, a Fine Gael TD has claimed.
Deposit system on bottles could help reduce plastic waste - Noone
The introduction of a deposit system on plastic bottles could help reduce plastic waste, a Dublin Senator has said.