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-  Noel Rock TD

E-Scooters are a reality, the law needs to reflect – Rock

Fine Gael TD Noel Rock has today (Tuesday) called on Transport Minister Shane Ross, to publish the results of a public consultation on e-scooters at the “first practicable opportunity", saying: “We've waited long enough.”

-  Fine Gael Press Office

FF in Cork welcome National Broadband Plan

Fianna Fáil councillors in Micheál Martin’s home constituency have gone against their party leader and welcomed the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP).

-  Senator Neale Richmond

Are Fianna Fáil becoming the leave party? - Richmond

A series of anti-EU comments from Fianna Fáil TD, Margaret Murphy O’Mahony has forced Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on European Affairs, Neale Richmond, to ask are Fianna Fáil becoming the party of leave?

-  Martin Heydon TD

Future of Athy rugby is secure - Heydon

The future of one of the country’s oldest rugby clubs is safe after public insurance was secured, a Fine Gael TD has said.

-  Dara Murphy TD

Statement from Dara Murphy

“Last night, on Tuesday the 3rd of December, I met with the Acting Ceann Comhairle and gave him a letter informing him of my decision to resign my seat in Dáil Éireann.

-  Marcella Corcoran Kennedy TD

Progress for the just transition for the Midlands as assessments visits from the European Platform for Coal Regions in Transition begin – Corcoran Kennedy

Offaly Fine Gael TD, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, has welcomed a visit from the START Secretariat from the European Commission, to begin support for the Midlands as a new member of the European Platform for Coal Regions in Transition.  START is the Secretariat Technical Assistance to Regions in Transition.

-  Mary Mitchell O'Connor

Ministers Breen and Mitchell O’Connor announce the establishment of Joint Labour Committee for the English language education sector

The relationship between strengthening employment standards for teachers and staff working in this sector and enhancing Ireland’s considerable reputation as a quality learning destination for international students was strongly highlighted in the debates – in both the Seanad and the Dáil – on the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) (Amendment) Act 2019 which I successfully brought through the Oireachtas prior to the summer recess.

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