McLoughlin welcomes exciting new venture for Sligo as LiveTiles to establish AI innovation centre
Some 50 new high quality jobs will be created in Sligo this year by global software company LiveTiles, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Pre-registration of teenagers on register of electors could encourage political engagement- Rock
The Government should consider giving local authorities the power to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to pre-register on the register of electors to encourage younger people to be politically active, according to a Fine Gael TD.
Co-ops need to show solidarity with hard pressed farmers - Lombard
Co-ops needs to show solidarity with hard pressed farmers by not dropping the price of milk, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Cannon welcomes EU Regulation on portability of online content services
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciaran Cannon, has welcomed a new EU Regulation ensuring that people from Galway and across the country will be able to access their online subscriptions such as Netflix, Spotify and Sky Sports wherever they are travelling in the EU.
Donegal TD Joe McHugh welcomes €55,000 in Development Education funding for the Inishowen Development Partnership
This €55,000 funding for the Inishowen Development Partnership will help members of the public to see for themselves the importance of sustainability and improve their awareness of their role as global citizens.
Tougher penalties needed for rip-off toll operators- O’Dowd
Toll operators must face tougher penalties for ripping off motorists, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Talk of a United Ireland referendum is irresponsible - Richmond
Reacting to comments by Sinn Féin deputy leader, Michelle O’Neill, Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond has stated that talk of a United Ireland referendum is irresponsible.
Garda station needed for Cherrywood - Bailey
An Garda Síochána must examine the need for a new Garda Station in Cherrywood, Co. Dublin, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Oireachtas Brexit delegation to Westminster a success - Coghlan
Fine Gael Senator and Seanad Leas Chathaoirleach, Paul Coghlan, has discussed Brexit with a wide range of British politicians as part of an Oireachtas European Affairs delegation to Westminster. The visit comprised members of both Houses of the Oireachtas who sit on the EU Affairs Committee and also the Seanad Special Select Committee on the Withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
Richmond invites UK Brexit politicians to Irish border
At an engagement between the Seanad Brexit Committee and the UK Department for Exiting the European Union, Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, invited UK Brexit politicians to the Irish border to discuss the potential impacts of Brexit.