More than 60 families given financial assistance so far after floods - McHugh
More than sixty families have been given financial aid since last week’s floods, Minister Joe McHugh has confirmed.
Sensible solutions in UK can lessen the impact of Brexit - Richmond
The shift in policy in relation to Brexit by the British Labour party is a welcome development, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU affairs, Neale Richmond has said.
Immediate financial supports available to people affected by Donegal floods- McHugh
Immediate financial supports are being made available to people affected by the Donegal floods, the Government Chief Whip has said.
Donegal flooding requires special emergency fund - McHugh
Prevention is always better than cure when it comes to contempt of court - Madigan
Donegal flooding will be treated as a priority case- McHugh
Last night’s flooding in Donegal will be treated as a priority case, the Government Chief Whip has said.
Minister Moran travelling to Donegal to see flooding impact after discussions with McHugh
the Minister responsible for Office of Public Works is to travel to Donegal later today to see for himself the damage caused overnight in the county by flooding.
McHugh welcomes HSE review of autism services and urges submissions from Donegal
People with autism spectrum disorder, parents and clinicians have been encouraged to make submissions to a HSE review of autism supports and services.
Bank on Coffey to fight for services for Kilmacthomas
In light of news that Bank of Ireland has reduced services for customers in Kilmacthomas, local Fine Gael Senator, Paudie Coffey has raised the matter at the highest levels on behalf of local people and businesses.
Ballymun / Finglas initiative needed in response to gang feuds- Rock
Ballymun and Finglas could benefit from a Government initiative similar to the one targeting gangland crime in the north inner city, a Fine Gael TD has said.