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-  ClionaDoyle

Richmond calls for all-Ireland soccer team

Speaking on the Seanad Order of Business today (Thursday), Fine Gael Dublin Rathdown Senator, Neale Richmond, called on the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Trade, Shane Ross TD, to work with his Northern Ireland Ministerial counterpart, as well as the FAI and IFA, to initiate the creation of an all-Ireland soccer team.

-  Senator Colm Burke

63,000 people attend out-patient clinics per week – Burke

Fine Gael Cork Senator, Colm Burke, has welcomed the publication of the HSE’s Annual Report and Financial Statements for 2015, which shows that 63,000 people per week attend out-patient clinics. The report outlines how the HSE has responded to the many challenges it faces, in providing a quality health service for all, as well as providing for population growth and increased life expectancy.

-  ClionaDoyle

Irish can decide Brexit - Richmond

With a week to go until the people of the UK vote on whether or not to stay within the EU, and with polls extremely tight, Fine Gael Senator Neale Richmond has called on Irish people to get involved in the final stages of the campaign.

-  Deirdre Clune MEP

67 million unregistered firearms in the EU – Clune

Fine Gael Ireland South MEP, Deirdre Clune, has expressed her shock at estimates from the European Parliament research service showing that there may be as many as 67 million unregistered firearms in the EU.

-  Jim Daly TD

Daly’s ‘West Cork Way’ moving at pace

Jim Daly, Cork South West Fine Gael TD, has said that Cork County Council is making significant progress with his ‘West Cork Way’ proposal, and he is confident that the next steps will see the development of the route come to fruition.

-  Martin Heydon TD

Heydon honoured to be elected Chair of Fine Gael Parliamentary Party

Fine Gael TD for Kildare South, Martin Heydon, has said he is honoured to have been elected Chair of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party and will work hard to ensure that the issues that matter most to people are raised at Fine Gael Party meetings.

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