News & Statements
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.
Water safety training must be compulsory in schools – Conway
Water safety training should be made compulsory in our schools to raise awareness and to save lives, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.
Health insurers must pass on savings from proposed abolished hospital charges to members – Conway
Health insurers in the State must pass on any savings from proposed abolition of hospital charges on to their members, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.
UL Hospitals Group must appear before Oireachtas Health Committee
UL Hospitals Group must appear before the Oireachtas Health Committee to deal with issues of concern in the HIQA report, a Fine Gael Senator and member of the committee has said.
HPV Vaccine to be made available free-of-charge to all women under 25 – Conway
All women under the age of 25 will now be able to receive the HPV vaccine free-of-charge, a Fine Gael Senator has said. Senator and Party spokesperson for Health in the Seanad, Martin Conway has campaigned for the last two years for the elimination of all charges associated with the HPV vaccine, particularly the very high cost of availing of a catch-up vaccine.
Standardised fare system for rail and bus network must be introduced – Conway
A standardised fare structure across the bus and rail network must be introduced to prevent a discrepancy in prices, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.
Continuation of reduced VAT rate is a positive boost for hospitality sector coming – Conway
The decision by Government to extend the 9% VAT rate for the hospitality sector is a positive boost for businesses coming into the summer season, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.
Blind PhD students won’t lose benefits – Conway
Visually impaired or blind students taking part in a third level PhD can be assured they will not lose any benefits due to their education aspirations, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has said.
Vigilant watch required of Shannon and Cork Airports to ensure Ukrainian refugees have necessary supports – Conway
Authorities must keep a vigilant watch on the numbers of Ukrainian refugees arriving at Cork and Shannon Airports to ensure they can access the necessary supports, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.