Need to centralise information in respect of unidentified bodies – Burke
There is a need to centralise information in respect of bodies or parts of bodies which have not been identified, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Na Fianna GAA pitches to be saved under new plans - Rock
A Fine Gael TD has said a sustained campaign to prevent the proposed MetroLink using the GAA pitches of a well known Dublin GAA club as a tunnelling site looks set to result in a hard earned win.
Fine Gael statement on the Confidence and Supply Arrangement
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil met again today for over five hours to discuss the confidence and supply arrangement with a particular emphasis on the Health Sector.
Chair of Climate Action Committee to seek cross party support for Bill banning microbeads
Chair of the Oireachtas Climate Action Committee, Hildegarde Naughton, has welcomed the publication of legislation to ban microbeads.
Boost for Ballymun with new Community Services Programme contract for the Rediscovery Centre - Rock
Fine Gael T.D. for Dublin North West, Noel Rock has today (Wednesday) welcomed the announcement from the Department of Rural and Community Development that it will award a Community Services Programme (CSP) to the Rediscovery Centre, which is located at the heart of Ballymun.
Ellen O’Malley Dunlop to run for Fine Gael in Dublin South West
Fine Gael has announced that Ellen O’Malley Dunlop is joining Colm Brophy on the Party’s General Election ticket in Dublin South West.
Lombard calls for sun cream VAT reduction to be included in Finance Bill
Senator Tim Lombard said that the Finance Bill should include a reduction on the VAT on sun cream.
Time has come to bin election posters - Coffey
A widespread ban on election posters has been called for by Waterford Fine Gael General Election candidate Paudie Coffey.
Post Brexit passport rush continues - Richmond
Figures released to Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, have shown that the post Brexit rush for Irish passports in the UK continues with 2018 set to be the busiest year so far.
Fine Gael’s income tax reform means people will have significantly more take home pay than five years ago - Burke
Tax changes due to come into effect in the New Year thanks to Budget 2019 will mean real savings for people and families all across Ireland. That’s according to Fine Gael Senator Colm Burke who has revealed that over the last five years families have made significant savings thanks to Fine Gael’s programme of income tax reform.