Mulherin urges women to avail of free cervical screening
Fine Gael Senator, Michelle Mulherin, has urged Mayo women to avail of free and lifesaving cervical screening.
Fing-LUAS: Phase 1 complete, new bus service links Finglas to LUAS Cross City- Rock
A new bus route connecting Finglas with LUAS Cross City is “another step towards getting the LUAS extended to Finglas”, according to Fine Gael TD Noel Rock.
Cross-party scaremongering on unpublished plan is amateur hour- Carey
Cross-party scaremongering on the unpublished National Planning Framework is amateur hour from a would-be coalition, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Ratification of UN Convention momentous day for people with a disability – Conway
A Fine Gael Senator has said the Government decision to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) is a momentous day for people in Ireland who have a disability.
McHugh announces €129,800 funding boost for Donegal Volunteer Centre
Donegal Volunteer Centre plays a vital role in enabling volunteering locally, allowing them to give back to the community. The Centre publicises opportunities and facilitates volunteers who want to feel connected to their community. It helps foster a sense of involvement and promotes good citizenship. Since 2008 they have helped 2,500 people to volunteer across a range of areas in Donegal. Donegal Volunteer Centre provides good practice in volunteering and is a major asset to our county and our community. This funding of €129,800 will help them continue their incredible work in 2018
Dart must be extended to Drogheda- O'Dowd
The Dart should be extended to Drogheda, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sinn Féin is not a voice for farmers in Europe- Mulherin
Fine Gael Senator Michelle Mulherin has slammed comments by Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan regarding Ireland’s agri-food sector.
Official State position on Kerry babies case must be reconciled with the truth – Coghlan
Speaking in the Seanad today, Leas-Chathaoirleach Senator Paul Coghlan welcomed the Minister for Justice and Equality’s decision to consider how to deal with the discredited 1985 report which is still the official state position on the Joanne Hayes case.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor successfully steers the Technological Universities’ Bill through the Dáil
Cannon says Oscar nominations prove finesse of Irish artistic talent
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has congratulated the Irish artists who have received nominations for their work for the 90th Academy Awards.