No question of Northern Ireland being used as a bargaining chip on Brexit - Coghlan
There is no question of Northern Ireland being used as a bargaining chip for the Brexit negotiations, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Alternative tunnelling site for MetroLink must be found- Rock
Tunnelling for a new rail service for the capital cannot take place where it is currently proposed, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Heritage Bill crucial for farmers- Carey
The Heritage Bill will allow farmers to manage their land in a more effective way, the chair of the Oireachtas Committee on Rural Affairs and Community Development has said.
70 new jobs for Drogheda- O’Dowd
Drogheda is set to receive a jobs boost with 70 new jobs announced at PCI Pharma Services, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Cannon named as Political Champion for Education in Emergencies
Junior Minister for International Development, Ciarán Cannon, has today been named as a Political Champion for Education in Emergencies.
EU - Mexico trade deal a blueprint for Irish trade post Brexit - Richmond
Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond has welcomed the new EU-Mexico trade deal, stating that it provided a blue print for Irish trade post Brexit.
Minister McHugh announces five Donegal Seafood Processing and Aquaculture companies to benefit from grants worth almost €1.5M
I am delighted to announce that Donegal has received a huge investment boost from the Government & European Union to sustain the hugely important seafood & aquaculture industry in the county. Five companies will benefit, businesses that are providing valuable employment and helping to sustain coastal communities
Netwatch merger great news for Carlow- Deering
Fine Gael TD Pat Deering has welcomed the merger of Carlow-based Netwatch with UK & US monitoring companies to form new global security powerhouse following investment from The Riverside Company.
Minister McHugh announces almost 1 million euro in improvements for private, local and rural roads in Donegal
€884,000 will be spent in the county in the latest round of funding to repair and improve rural roads providing access to homes, farms, tourist spots and local amenities. It takes funding through the LIS scheme in Donegal to more than €4.2million in the last two years.
McHugh announces more than €10 million in funding for Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) for disadvantaged communities in Donegal
Donegal is on course to receive a total of more than €10million over the next five years, which for this year alone includes €1,058,745 for Donegal Local Development Company (DLDC), €597,180 for the Inishowen Development Partnership and €352,992 for Gaeltacht areas. There is no doubt that this funding will be of huge benefit to these areas and communities which have been affected in the past by cutbacks and unemployment.