News & Statements
Fine Gael delivering for individuals and families with expansion of GP visit card scheme today –Conway
Fine Gael is delivering for families and individuals as an additional 215,000 people are set to benefit from free GP visit cards from today, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
The introduction of disability quotas in politics to be a key topic at expert led meeting – Conway
A major two-day meeting which will focus on the Political Participation of Persons with Disabilities is taking place in Leinster House this week and will discuss if introducing quotas for people with disabilities is the way forward to creating more inclusion and diversity into political representation, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
PHREAG report shows Government’s Covid response was right – Conway
Ireland’s excess mortality was among the lowest in Europe during the Covid pandemic and is a testament to the responses of the Government and Irish people, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Trolley numbers at University Hospital Limerick requires urgent review – Conway
The Health Minister needs to immediately ensure the situation at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) is reviewed with high trolley numbers this week, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
News that blockade is to be lifted at Inch is a positive step – Conway
A Fine Gael Senator has welcomed news that the blockade at Inch is to be lifted.
Senator Martin Conway appointed Chair of Select Committee on Scrutiny of EU-related Statutory Instruments
Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has been appointed as Chair of the new Seanad Select Committee on Scrutiny of EU-related Statutory Instruments.
Checktheregister.ie must be fully accessible to people with disabilities – Conway
Website checktheregister.ie must be fully accessible for those with disabilities, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Twitter accessibility team is vital for inclusivity – Conway
Twitter’s Accessibility Experience Team are integral in delivering a user-friendly experience to people with a disability and must be maintained, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Health Minister must do more for people of Mid-West – Conway
The HSE Winter Plan announced by Health Minister Stephen Donnelly must be more ambitious in delivering for the people of the Mid-West, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Clare community in deep shock following murder of pensioner in London – Conway
The brutal murder of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran in London has left his home community in Clare in deep shock and sadness, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has said.