News & Statements
Heritage Bill crucial for farmers- Carey
The Heritage Bill will allow farmers to manage their land in a more effective way, the chair of the Oireachtas Committee on Rural Affairs and Community Development has said.
False attempt to discredit Project 2040 does rural Ireland no favours– Carey
Fianna Fáil is misrepresenting Project 2040 in an attempt to discredit what is a good plan for rural Ireland, a Fine Gael TD has claimed.
Cross-party scaremongering on unpublished plan is amateur hour- Carey
Cross-party scaremongering on the unpublished National Planning Framework is amateur hour from a would-be coalition, a Fine Gael TD has said.
€220 million funding for rural communities- Carey
The Chair of the Rural and Community Development Committee said €220 million in Budget 2018 funding will have a positive impact on people and families living in rural communities.
Rural and Community Development Committee will ensure a counterbalance to the capital is created- Carey
The chair of the new Committee on Rural and Community Development has committed to creating a counter balance to the capital.
Carey congratulates party and constituency colleague Pat Breen on his appointment as Minister
Fine Gael TD for Clare, Joe Carey, has congratulated his party and constituency colleague, Deputy Pat Breen on his appointment as Minister of State at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, with responsibility for Employment and Small Business.
All efforts must be made to secure a buyer for Roche and retain jobs in Clarecastle – Carey
Fine Gael TD for Clare, Joe Carey, has called for all efforts to be made to secure a buyer for Roche and ensure jobs are retained in Clarecastle,
Clare roads to benefit from flood damage funding- Carey
Fine Gael TD for Clare, Joe Carey, has received confirmation from the Taoiseach in the Dáil of a new €106 million national fund for repair of roads affected by flood damage.
Focus on securing buyer for Roche plant gathers momentum – Carey
Fine Gael TD for Clare, Joe Carey, has helped to ensure that the process of finding a buyer for the Roche plant in Clarecastle, County Clare, remains high on the agenda of both the Government and State agencies.