News & Statements
Disgust at Sinn Féin TD’s opposition to HPV vaccine – Carey
FINE Gael TD Joe Carey said he is disgusted by the opposition of a newly elected Sinn Féin TD to the HPV vaccine and other vaccines.
Incentivise vacant property owners for new homes outside Dublin – Carey
People who own unoccupied private properties in rural towns need a tax incentive to bring them back into use as homes, a Fine Gael TD has said.
National policy on flexible working needed – Carey
A national policy on flexible working is needed to ensure that Ireland is prepared for the changing world of work, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Landmark rollout of broadband a step closer with EU decision – Carey
Today’s decision by the European Commission to grant state aid approval to the National Broadband Plan means the landmark rollout of rural broadband is a step closer, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Eamon Ryan and the Greens are disconnected from reality – Carey
Eamon Ryan’s proposal that villages in rural Ireland with 300 families could voluntarily restrict themselves to 30 cars per village and share transport needs demonstrate a severe disconnect from reality, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Diesel rebate for hauliers is good news for transport sector – Carey
HAULIERS and public transport companies nationwide faced with the possibility of a hard Brexit received a timely boost with a diesel rebate scheme in Budget 2020, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Unemployment at lowest level since 2005
Fine Gael Clare TD and member of the Oireachtas Committee on Employment Affairs and Social Protection has highlighted that figures published today (Wednesday) by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) indicate the monthly unemployment rate for May 2019 stands at 4.4%, the lowest rate since 2005.
Sinn Féin wants to scrap broadband plan – Carey
Fine Gael TD Joe Carey has expressed his concern and surprise as Sinn Féin has cosied up to Fianna Fáil by calling for the National Broadband Plan to be axed.
Remote working will ensure sustainable communities – Carey
REMOTE working has to be adopted by all employers as technology continues to evolve, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Ennis data centre planning application must not be delayed – Carey
Fine Gael TD Joe Carey has asked Clare County Council to ensure there is no delay in facilitating a planning application for a one million square foot data centre on the outskirts of Ennis that will result in the creation of more than 2,000 permanent, ancillary and construction jobs.