9% VAT rate must be retained - Coghlan
Seanad Leas-Chathaoirleach Senator Paul Coghlan believes the 9% VAT Rate continues to be essential for continued growth in the tourism and hospitably sectors across rural Ireland.
Opening schools in August impacting on West Cork tourism - Lombard
A Fine Gael Senator said the opening of schools in August is having an adverse effect on tourism in West Cork.
Let’s help drive change with electric vehicles - Lombard
The new Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action will consider ways in which the Government can further support the transition to electric vehicles, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Let’s aim for greener groceries- Naughton
Retailers must reduce plastic packaging on products to help make grocery shopping greener, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Grants to help you go green - Rock
Homeowners and motorists can avail of a range of supports to reduce their carbon footprint and slash energy costs, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Increase in housing supply is key to solving our housing crisis - Bailey
The latest increase in housing supply is key to solving our housing crisis, according to Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey, who says that the figures are going in the right direction according to today’s (Tuesday) CSO figures.
€1 in every €5 spent under National Development Plan will go towards tackling climate change - Coveney
Over €1 in every €5 spent in the National Development Plan will go towards tackling climate change, the Tánaiste has said.
Béal na Bláth Oration : Minister Michael Creed
Minister for Agriculture Food & Marine, Michael Creed TD Oration at the Annual Michael Collins Commemoration, Béal na Bláth, Cork Sunday, 19th August 2018
Buttimer Calls for rejuvenation of Noel Cantwell Walk
Leader of Seanad Eireann and Cork South Central Senator Jerry Buttimer has called for the Noel Cantwell Walk to be cleaned up and rejuvenated by Cork City Council.
Richmond encourages young graduates to apply for an EU traineeship
With just two weeks left to apply for a traineeship with the European Commission, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on European Affairs, Neale Richmond, is encouraging Irish graduates to get their applications in on time.