News & Statements
Commitment to free HPV vaccine for young people must be given – Conway
A commitment and timeline to provide the free HPV Vaccine to young people must be given by the Department of Health, according to Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway.
People must not hinder emergency services with reckless behaviour during Storm Barra – Conway
Outdoor enthusiasts must not hinder the efforts of emergency services with reckless and dangerous behaviour during Storm Barra, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has said.
Conway appointed to international OSCE panel to represent people with disabilities
Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has been appointed to a panel within the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to promote political participation of people with disabilities.
Mid-West Independent TD is against State supports for Shannon Airport and aviation sector – Conway
People in the Mid-West region should be alarmed by Limerick TD Richard O’Donoghue’s Dáil remarks that he does not support State assistance provided to the aviation industry, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Flu vaccine should be given to everyone free of charge – Conway
The HSE should consider giving the flu vaccine to everyone free of charge to minimise pressure on our health service and prevent respiratory-type illnesses, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
More Eye Clinic Liaison Officers needed to support those with sight loss – Conway
More Eye Clinic Liaison Officers (ECLOs) are needed to support those with sight loss, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway has said.
Free HPV vaccine for young people will help to boost take up – Conway
Waiving costs for those who latterly avail of the HPV Vaccine will help boost take up, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Ó Céidigh Appointment is good news for the Midwest – Conway
Fine Gael Clare Senator, Martin Conway, has today (Tuesday) welcomed the approval by Cabinet of Pádraig Ó Céidigh as the Chair of the Shannon Group.
Employers must commit to increasing job opportunities for people with disabilities – Conway
Employers must commit to increasing job opportunities for disabled people to tackle the disparity that exists in the employment rates of people with and without disabilities, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
National Dementia Care Strategy must be prioritised post-pandemic – Conway
Challenges faced by those living with dementia did not disappear during the pandemic and must be tackled by expediting the implementation of the National Dementia Care Strategy as we emerge from the height of the Covid-19 emergency, a Fine Gael Senator has said.