Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor announce €18.75m capital grant for Cork institute of Technology under Project Ireland 2040
Multi-million investment in CIT - Lombard
An €18.75m investment in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) will prove to be an immense benefit to current and future students, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor Announce 3,000 New Student Places
€24 million Government funding under new Human Capital Initiative creates additional university and college places on 138 undergraduate courses. 22 higher education institutions benefit from increased investment
Statement from the Leader of Fine Gael An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, on Senator Paudie Coffey
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, has paid tribute to Senator Paudie Coffey following his decision to leave public life at the end of the current Seanad.
Statement from Senator Paudie Coffey
Senator Paudie Coffey has notified the Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael, Leo Varadkar TD, and the Party’s General Secretary, Tom Curran, that he will not be contesting the next General Election whenever it may be held.
Time for Fianna Fáil and Lisa Chambers to come clean on Dáil voting – O’Dowd
Fianna Fáil TD Lisa Chambers needs to give a full and frank account of her questionable Dáil voting record, a Fine Gael TD has said.
24-hour buses are a fare success for Dublin – Rock
Dublin’s new 24-hour bus service has been declared a roaring success just two weeks after the service began.
Major primary care project for Drimnagh - Byrne
A NEW primary care centre for Dublin 12 has been confirmed by Fine Gael Minister Catherine Byrne.
Important to get legislation correct on Bill to allow interventions on certain institutional burials - Farrell
ENSURING that the legislation to allow interventions on certain institutional burials is tested through an Oireachtas Committee is a positive initiative, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Full explanation needed from absentee Fianna Fáil Senator - Lawlor
FIANNA Fáil’s Keith Swanick needs to give a full and frank account as to why he failed to vote in Leinster House on the vast majority of days he recorded his attendance, a Fine Gael Senator has said.