News & Statements
Shocking tragedy of heroic garda gunned down in the line of duty – Conway
Fine Gael’s Seanad spokesperson on Justice and Equality, Senator Martin Conway, has expressed condolences to the family of heroic Garda Colm Horkan, who was shot dead in Roscommon last night.
Conway calls on Micheál Martin to clarify FF policy on commemoration
The Fine Gael Seanad Spokesperson on Justice & Equality, Martin Conway, has called on the Fianna Fáil leader, Micheál Martin, to clarify the Party’s policy on commemoration.
Garda training on new Domestic Violence Act well underway – Conway
Garda training on the new Domestic Violence Act is well underway, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Conway welcomes the review on history as an optional subject
Clare Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has today (Monday) welcomed the announcement by Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, that a review is to be undertaken as to whether History should be an optional subject at Junior Cert level.
New funding for Braille to aid visually impaired students – Conway
Ahead of World Sight Day 2018, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has welcomed new funding for Braille to aid blind and visually impaired students.
We can do more to foster disability and inclusion in sport – Conway
We can do more to foster disability and inclusion in sport, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Conway added as General Election candidate in Clare
Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has been added as a party candidate in the Clare constituency for the next General Election.
Ratification of UN Convention momentous day for people with a disability – Conway
A Fine Gael Senator has said the Government decision to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) is a momentous day for people in Ireland who have a disability.
Conway welcomes new third level education bursary for students with sight loss
A new bursary programme for third level students who are blind or vision impaired was launched today, a Fine Gael Senator said. Senator Martin Conway said: “Young people who are blind or vision impaired have the same dreams as everyone else. But they face greater challenges in making them a reality.
€108,000 capital funding for Little Deers crèche in Ennistymon- Conway
Some €108,000 will be made available to facilitate the relocation of the Little Deers crèche in Ennistymon to an alternative site, Clare Senator Martin Conway has said.