Fianna Fáil amendment to hedge cutting Bill is useless for farmers- Lombard
Fine Gael Cork Senator Tim Lombard has said Fianna Fáil’s amendment to the Heritage Bill on hedge cutting is useless for farmers.
Almost 3,700 new jobs created in businesses supported by the Local Enterprise Offices in 2016 – Ministers Mitchell O’Connor & Breen
A net total of 3,679 new full and part-time jobs were delivered in 2016 by the 6,846 small businesses from across the country that have been supported by the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs), according to the results of the latest LEO annual jobs survey published today by Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, T.D.
Remarks by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, White House Reception, 16th March 2017
It is a great honour to be back here again in the most famous House in the world to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, the most special of days for Irish men and women and those of Irish descent everywhere.
Rock takes on the ticket touts before Ireland game
Fine Gael Dublin North West TD Noel Rock has taken on and confronted ticket touts in advance of this weekend’s eagerly anticipated international rugby match. Demand to see Ireland play England at the sold out Aviva stadium has seen prices sky rocket, with touts charging punters up to €1,000 a ticket for Saturday's game.
Mortgage arrears decrease for thirteenth consecutive quarter - Daly
Irregularities in bank account of service users in St. Joseph’s Intellectual Disability Services extremely worrying – Farrell
Catch-up scheme needed for Meningitis B vaccine - Lombard
Fine Gael Cork based Senator, Tim Lombard, has called for the Meningitis B vaccine programme, introduced in October 2016, to be back-dated to allow for a catch up scheme for all children
Comreg must investigate possible breach of EU Law by Irish mobile operators – Rock
Fine Gael TD for Dublin North West, Noel Rock has today (Friday) called on the Irish Commission for Communications Regulation, ComReg, to investigate Irish mobile phone providers after it was reported that they could breach EU law if they exploit a loophole in new legislation which will give consumers the ability to use their mobile devices, within other EU countries, at domestic rates.
Let’s put the brake on exorbitant hospital car park prices – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator Catherine Noone today (Thursday) called on Government to support the Irish Cancer Society's ongoing campaign to reduce exorbitant hospital car parking prices by issuing a parking pricing guideline, similar to the one issued by the NHS in the UK.
€260 pension increase will help make life easier for recipients
Pensioners have said the €260 annual boost in their state pension will make life easier for them.