Deirdre Duffy to run for Fine Gael in Dublin Central
Fine Gael has announced that Deirdre Duffy is joining Minister Paschal Donohoe on the Party’s General Election ticket in Dublin Central.
Fine Gaelic - Politicians kick off National Fitness Day with football and hurling
They’re no strangers to running for election, and now a group of politicians have upped their fitness goals by taking part in a game of Fine Gaelic to mark National Fitness Day.
We can do more to foster disability and inclusion in sport - Conway
We can do more to foster disability and inclusion in sport, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Appointment of Design Team for €7.85m Medical Rehabilitation Unit at Roscommon Hospital a critical milestone for project - Feighan
Fine Gael Senator, Frank Feighan, has said that the official appointment a Design Team for the €7.85m Medical Rehabilitation Unit at Roscommon Hospital is a critical milestone for the project.
Statement from Minister Catherine Byrne
“Today I had positive and constructive discussions with the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister Eoghan Murphy.
New Apprenticeship app can open a world of possibility - Neville
A new Apprenticeship app being launched in Limerick today can open up a world of possibility, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Public Consultation portal launches - Corcoran Kennedy
A new central portal for people to participate in public consultations will greatly benefit anyone who wants to stay engaged with policy formation, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Solidarity/People Before Profit Bill will damage economic development and jobs in Cork
A Bill sponsored by the extreme Solidarity/People Before Profit Group will damage economic development and jobs in the Cork region according to Fine Gael Senator Jerry Buttimer.
Need for a statutory duty of care for social media companies- Noone
Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has called for a duty of care obligation to be introduced for social media companies, to ensure they do more to help protect people from online abuse and harassment.
Investment in infrastructure is good for the Western Region – O’Mahony
“Ongoing Government investment in infrastructure is good for the development of the Western Region, a Fine Gael Senator has said. Speaking in a Seanad debate with Transport Minister Shane Ross this week, Mayo Senator John O’Mahony highlighted a number of projects benefitting the west and also urged that Government investment in the region should continue.