Statement by Fine Gael Leader and Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar
"I had a series of meetings today with Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin, and Independent Ministers and TDs.
The economic recovery is jobs rich - Burke
Strong jobs growth, falling unemployment and an expanding workforce are clear indicators that there is strong momentum in the Irish economy, according to Fine Gael Cork Senator, Colm Burke.
Fine Gael members have their say in leadership election as hustings conclude
Fine Gael rounded off a series of hustings for its leadership election in Cork last night (Sunday), with Party members hearing the two candidates debate their vision for the future of the country and the Party.
Fine Gael Leadership Election Debates
Communications expert, Gavin Duffy, will be the convener at the four Fine Gael Leadership Election debates.
Fine Gael Leadership Election 2017- Formal Declaration of Fine Gael Leadership Candidates
In accordance with Rule 49 of the Fine Gael Constitution and Rules, nominations are now closed for the Fine Gael Leadership Election 2017.
Process for the Fine Gael Leadership Election 2017
The process for electing the next Leader of Fine Gael is defined in Rule 49 of the Fine Gael Constitution and Rules.
Michael Noonan deserves huge recognition for our economic recovery - Heydon
Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Martin Heydon, has today praised the contribution of Michael Noonan in his roles as Minister, Party Leader and most recently as Finance Minister following the country’s most serious financial crisis.
Stream like home anywhere in the EU- Clune welcomes new Netflix rules
European Parliament gives its final approval to new rules around paying streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify, guaranteeing access to your domestic subscription in all EU member states
Statement by Chair of Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Martin Heydon TD, on the announcement by Fine Gael Party Leader and Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD
The Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Martin Heydon TD, has praised Enda Kenny's role as leader of Fine Gael after he announced he was stepping down with immediate effect as Party Leader at this evening’s Parliamentary Party meeting.
Statement by Enda Kenny TD, Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael
Last year I indicated that I would not lead the FG Party into the next General Election. I have decided to implement that decision today. Therefore I will retire as Leader of Fine Gael effective from midnight tonight 17th May 2017.