News & Statements
Extend the advertising watershed on junk food to 9pm – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has today (Tuesday) called for an extension of the watershed as it relates to junk food.
Close Loopholes on Online Junk Food Marketing – Noone
Loopholes surrounding online marketing of junk food to youths should be closed, Dublin Senator Catherine Noone has said.
Funding needed for drug to treat rare condition PKU – Noone
Today (Friday) Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has called on the HSE to provide funding for a drug which treats sufferers of the rare condition Phenylketonuria (PKU).
Noone calls for ban on sex offenders using dating apps
Fine Gael Senator Catherine Noone has called for a ban on convicted sex offenders using dating apps.
Sleazy signs have no place on the streets of our capital – Noone
Sleazy strip club advertising has no place on the streets of our capital, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
New study demonstrates safety of HPV vaccine – Noone
A new global report has confirmed the effectiveness of the HPV vaccine in preventing cervical cancer amongst young girls and women, whilst dispelling the myth the vaccine may cause serious side effects, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Sweet snack tax could further combat obesity – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator Catherine Noone, has called for the introduction of a sweet snack tax following the release of UK study showing such a measure could result in a greater overall reduction of sugar consumption than taxing soft drinks alone.
Folic Acid an obvious solution to Neural Tube Defects – Noone
Dublin Senator Catherine Noone has called for the mandatory fortification of flour with Folic Acid.
Sugar Tax is proving a huge success even before its implementation – Noone
In advance of the implementation of the Sugar Tax, it is already having an impact on how soft drinks companies are selling their products, Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone has said.
Deposit system on bottles could help reduce plastic waste – Noone
The introduction of a deposit system on plastic bottles could help reduce plastic waste, a Dublin Senator has said.