News & Statements
170 new jobs a vote of confidence in Carlow – Deering
The announcement of 170 new jobs at a local leading pharmaceutical company is a vote of confidence in Carlow, a Fine Gael TD has said.
More debate time needed for agriculture and climate change– Deering
MORE time needs to be spent addressing agriculture and climate change by those making key decisions, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Netwatch merger great news for Carlow- Deering
Fine Gael TD Pat Deering has welcomed the merger of Carlow-based Netwatch with UK & US monitoring companies to form new global security powerhouse following investment from The Riverside Company.
Huge step forward for Higher Education will benefit Carlow – Deering
The enactment today of the Technological Universities Bill is a really progressive step forward for higher education and will be of huge benefit to communities in Carlow and the South East region, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Deering welcomes a further €10 million investment in local roads for 2018
A further €10 million funding for improving local roads will be announced later this month, a Fine Gael TD has said.
FF cynical attempt to hijack suckler campaign won’t fool farmers – Deering
The Chairman of the Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Pat Deering TD, has criticised Fianna Fáil’s cynical attempt to hijack the ongoing IFA and Irish Farmers Journal campaign aimed at seeking a €200 per head suckler cow payment.
Deering welcomes proposed lifting of age cap for relief on interfamily farm transfers
The proposed removal of an age cap for interfamily farm relief is a great boost for farmers, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Town and Village Renewal Scheme to receive further funding next year- Deering
Local communities will benefit from further funding allocated to the Town and Village Renewal Scheme, a Fine Gael TD has said.
€1.5 billion for the Agriculture sector will ensure rural communities are Brexit-proof- Deering
Investment of over €1.5 billion in the Agriculture sector will ensure rural communities are Brexit-proof, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Howlin labouring under a misapprehension: It is Fianna Fáil who would put Sinn Féin in Government, not Fine Gael
Brendan Howlin is labouring under the misapprehension that Fianna Fáil are more certain than Fine Gael about keeping Sinn Féin out of Government.